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How does the Search Engine find websites?

by Guest22452050  |  8 years, 11 month(s) ago

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It’s all very new to me. I’m confused that how search engines find so many websites on internet, especially the new ones that are being created every day?

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  1. TedSmiths

    Basically a spider bot crawls a website with regards what keyword is used.

    Like for example, if you search for "outsourcing in the philippines" it will display websites such as http://sourcefit.com and the likes pertaining to outsourcing in the philippines.

  2. Guest27202715

    Basically a spider bot crawls a website with regards what keyword is used.

    Like for example, if you search for "outsourcing in the philippines" it will display websites such as http://sourcefit.com and the likes pertaining to outsourcing in the philippines.

  3. SEO Expert
    There are two ways a search engine can find a website to add to its database. The first and most direct method is to accept submissions from website designers and optimizers. Most search engines have a "submit your URL" section inviting submissions from Internet users. The second, and least obvious method of finding websites is to send a "spider" to follow each and every link on, off, and through a website. New URLs encountered by the spider will be added to the database. In this way, some search engines will grow very rapidly.

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