Search Engine Working Process

What is SEO?

SEO

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is all about optimizing a Web page for Search Engines. Simply it is a process of making a website easy to crawl, easy to find and easy to categorize the data. It is all about to help the customer to find our website among thousands of websites. When people search for keywords related to their services or products.

–>Improve the quality of traffic to our websites through organic search engine results.

How does a search engine work step by step process?

The search engine works based on 3 activities to deliver search results. i.e. crawling, indexing, retrieval

  1. Crawling:

    Crawling: Crawler is also called as a Spider. It is the process for looking new or updated web pages. Google discovers the URLs by following the links, reading the sitemaps and by many others means. Google crawls the web for searching new pages and then indexes them.

  1. Indexing:

    This component categorized the data collected by the crawler and stores that data in different segments in the database. Whatever data stored in the index will show up in the search engine results page (SERP). The indexer can reject the data based on some factors like duplicate content and empty pages…

  1. Retrieving:

    This is the final step in the search engine (Google, Yahoo, Bing, and DuckDuckGo) activities. The search engine provides relevant and useful answers to the user.

 

Search Engine Optimization(SEO) Strategies divided into 2 different categories, Those are

  1. On-Page Optimization
  2. Off-Page Optimization

 

Conclusion:
Nowadays most of the peoples are using the Internet, SEO is the best way to promote your Website/brand online (digitally) with less budget.

If you do On-page and off-page optimization for your website then you will get high authority backlinks and referral traffic to your website. Your brand value will be increased.

 

Also Read  Types Of SEO Techniques

Important Topics to Read:

How to build a Website

Types of SEO Techniques

What is On-Page Optimization

What is Off-Page Optimization

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