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How does Google work? learn here

If you're curious to know how Google works then you're at the right place because here you'll explore more about how Google exactly works.

In today's internet era, there will hardly be anyone who does not use Google to fulfil their daily needs, it has become an important part of our life. If you have to search for anything, then Google is the best option through which you can search anything by speaking and typing in any language. Seeing Google's vision, many other search engines also put their steps in this vast world of the Internet and achieved good success, although do you know how Google and other similar search engines work? , if not then you will know today because, in today's article, I will tell you how Google answers your every question in a few seconds. So stay with me till the end.

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When was Google founded?

Google was founded on 4 September 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded the Google company. Larry Page liked to read books related to computers from his teenage days. When Larry Page and Sergey Brin were developing the search engine, they named it Backrub. Although later they named that search engine google, the word Google is placed above the word Googol, which came to be known as google due to wrong spelling.

Where does Google get information from?

Crawling: Google Search uses crawling technology to get you all kinds of information. If you are also wondering what crawling is, then let me tell you that crawling is a process by which Google continuously crawls the pages and keeps adding new pages to its index. To carry out this process, Google uses the Google bot of Web Crawlers. For your information, let me tell you that Web Crawler is a software that finds web pages and follows the links on them. These crawlers collect data by visiting every link and add the data to Google's servers. Through this process, users get new information from Google.

Indexing: After getting a webpage, Google checks the content on that page, including images and videos, to make sure that the page that has been crawled is what it is. Apart from this, Google also checks the correct URLs, keywords, and content, as well as identifies the new page, and removes the copy-pasted content from its platform. After this, Google stores all the collected information in the Google Index and creates a large database. 

How can users improve their page index?

Users should always ensure that their content is meaningful, always add a relevant headline, URL, and keywords. When it comes to the title, remember that content attracts users only when its headline is short. Also, make sure that images are added to your content, apart from this, you can also add videos.

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