We do SEO to get on top of Search Engines. But do you know how Search Engines work?

Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. All are popular search engines.

The popularity of search engines can be gauged from the fact that whenever we need some information, we search for it by going to Google.

What are search engines?

The search engine is actually a software program called spiders, bots or crawlers.

They collect information on all the webpages available online and when a search is done, they give us all the information related to it.

How do search engines work?

Search engines collect a lot of information, organize it properly and when asked, the user is displayed in the form of results.

You must have seen -

Whenever you type something in Google's search box, within a few seconds we get a lot of results.

In today's time, Google's search engine is very popular.

Google has designed its software program very well so that the best results can be reached to the users.

I remember when I was in school and had to make a project on Indian culture.

I first went to the library to collect information.

And the library in charge very quickly removed the related book and gave it to me.

There are many books in the library, but still, they are arranged in a very different way.

In the same way, there is also a lot of information online.

Search engines work in 3 steps -

  • Crawling
  • Indexing
  • Retrieval

First, search engines do crawling.

He goes to a webpage and follows the link given on it, second, then third, etc.

In this way Online collects information of all webpages.

  Whenever you create a new website, please submit it to search engines.

It is necessary for Search Engine Optimization, whenever you create a new website, you must submit it to search engines.

And the sitemap of your website should also be given to search engines,

So that crawlers are able to collect the information on our website correctly and add to their database.

The second step is - Indexing

After collecting the information, add this information to your database.

All the collected information is analyzed and ranked. That is, in SERP (Search Engine Result Page), which of the thousands of webpages to show at which position.

This process is called indexing.

Every search engine has its own rules (algorithms) based on which the ranking is decided.

If we talk about Google, then there are about 200 factors on which bases analyze and rank all webpages.

for example -

If I type the Taj Mahal in Google, then the Taj Mahal is written in the title, description, and URL of the websites that have come to the top.

  This is because when ranking, Google considers the title, description, and URL of the search webpage to be very important factors.

Apart from this, more things that decide our ranking in Google's search results.

  •   Like - How old is our website?
  •   How is the quality of the information given on it?
  •   How many websites link to that webpage? (backlinks)

These are all things that indicate to Google which webpage to show in which position.

The third and last step is -Retrieval

In this step, the user's query is understood and all the results related to it are displayed.

Whenever we type something in Google's search box, nothing within seconds

  All the information related to him is available online, he shows us in his search results.


Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. All these search engines are actually software programs,

After searching whatever the user gives all the information available online related to it very quickly.

All search engines work like this - collect information, rank it by analyzing it and show results to the user when asked.

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