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Search Engines

What is a search engine
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Ryan Osborne

on 10 October 2012

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Transcript of Search Engines

Search Engines Search Engines are what you write your internet suggestions on. For example Bing, Google, Yahoo and Ask Jeeves or Ask.com. What is a search Engine Yes they have as in 2006, there was only 2.7 billion searches a month on Google, whilst in 2012, there is approximately 31 billion searches on google. Google was found on September 4 1998, in California, but in 1996 Ask.com was founded. The bold results that you get at the top of the result list are normally direct links to companies, these companies have to pay more to have their website at the top. What are the bold paid for results? Organic search results are the search results that come below the bold search results. These companies still have to pay to have these search results on the internet, but not as much as the one in bold, where the companies have to pay extra for their websites to be in bold. What are organic search results? By Ryan Osborne Have search engines grown?
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