Just like when people first heard of social networks (social networking) or maybe chat. For us who often struggle with the Internet world, the term SEO and Search Engine is not new. SEO is an acronym for the English language, which is Search Engine Optimisation. Now, what’s “Search Engines”? In this article, we will explain it to you. You can also visit us at GuaranteedSEO.Services to get the best SEO services, for those of you who still doubt we also provide free consultation that you can do with us.
Search Engine is a computer program designed to help a person find specific information. In the context of the Internet, the information sought may be a web page, file, information about a person, product, service, etc. (whatever that information, and the evolving context in accordance with the development of information technology). Search engine data/information on the Internet is automatically, and then index it (sorting, grouping, etc.) into a database with the criteria and search engine algorithms was created. So that when someone searches for specific information, the search engine will display the results quickly and accurately matches the search criteria inputted by the user.
The search engine also allows us to obtain information on specific criteria just by simply entering a particular word or phrase, and then the search engine will process search index into the database and generates a list of search results are sorted according to relevance. As I have described above, that the indexing (the process of sorting, grouping, etc.) of course according to the algorithm of the search engine itself is built. The search engines do indexing on a regular basis, continuously and update it automatically to its databases in accordance with the development of information on the Internet. That is why, up to now and in the future, search engines will always produce relevant search results that are always up to date (the latest).
Most search engines are run by private companies internationally that have and use algorithms and closed databases. That is, the user can search for a specific information, but does not need to know the contents of or how the database was created and do not need to know how the algorithm that search engines classify, sort the results information, etc. Some companies that are running and the most popular search engines today are Google, Microsoft with its Bing (formerly MSN Search), and Yahoo !.