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How Google Search Works – Why Nobody Should Miss This Opportunity

How Google Search Works – Why Nobody Should Miss This Opportunity

This article looks at how Google search works and how Googlebots crawls the web. Alex delves into the importance of submitting sitemaps for indexing and optimization of your page.How Google Search Works - Why Nobody Should Miss This Opportunity Google is used by billions of people around the world. Data from Internet Live Stats shows that the search engine now processes over 3 billion search queries every single day. That equates to almost 35,000 searches a second! Whether you’re searching for the latest headlines or researching different products, you get relevant search results in a fraction of a second. Ranking your products or services means more traffic and sales for your business. Increasing visibility in the search results starts by understanding how Google crawls the web and organizes that information in its index. Here we’ll breakdown the major aspects of how Google search works. How Google Crawls the Web Automated programs called crawlers or Googlebots scour the entire web. This process is known as crawling and starts with pages that have already been crawled before. Googlebots go from link to link, and continually add newly discovered pages to its ever-growing search index. Algorithms determine which sites to crawl, how often, and how many pages to fetch.  The first step to driving traffic from SEO (search engine optimization) is for Google to crawl your site. You can submit a request to have Google crawl your site but it can take up to a week or two. You’re much better off doing the following: Submit a sitemap: A sitemap is a file that contains a list of all the pages on your site. Think of it as the table of contents for a book. Once you create a sitemap, you can then submit it through Search Console....

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