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Search engines are designed to look for information on World Wide Web (WWW) and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) servers.
The next parts of search engine algorithms are the individual factors which make every search engine distinct from other search engines.
Another part of algorithms which is specifically designed for each search engine is called off-Page factors. Off page factors are described as click-through measurement and linking.
Search engines regularly updates they algorithm to give the best search result to the user. Just recently Google has changed its’ algorithms to stop so-called “Content farms”, which produce low grade content packed with popular keywords.
Relevancy of the web page is one of the first things a search engine algorithm verifies. The algorithm will check the web page to find out if it has any relevancy at all for the specific keyword. It does that by whether scanning the web page for the keyword or looking at how these keywords are used.
Most of today search engines are crawler-based which have three major elements. As it has been mentioned above, search engines are using software called crawlers or spider to travel the web page in concurrent.