How does Google search work?
Google's search engine doesn't actually search the web. It searches Google's web index. This is done by using something called 'spiders.' Spiders search for a few web pages. Web pages have links which point to other web pages. These spiders follow these links and reach out to the other pages. Spiders search for web pages until a good number (a few billion) of pages across thousands of servers are retrieved. They are then displayed as search results on Google search engine.
Basic search tips
When you search for something on the web there are a few things to be kept in mind.
Interpreting search results
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