When searching with Google you have certainly come across results that weren’t really relevant to what you were looking for. Everyone has and a lot of people complain about occasional irrelevancies.
And then again chances are that 99% of your searches have been successful and you were able to find what you were looking for. We know for a fact that Google offers some of the most precise results for pretty much any keyword.
But have you ever wondered how is all of this possible? What steps does the search engine take to give you the exact result you are looking for?
You’ve certainly heard about all the algorithms that play a role and the Google updates that we are seeing a little too often lately…
In the quest to help you understand how Google understands us, today I would like to share with you a great infographic, created by the Vertical Measures team.
Some of the main takeaways include:
- Where do the search results actually come from
- What happens when you enter a search query
- How Google understands the meaning of your search
- On-site factors determining what you will see
- The actual search results
Scroll down to see the actual infographic and don’t forget to share your feedback!