In maths, an algorithm is – in simple words – a solution scheme. Search engines including Google & Co. also use algorithms. Users enter a question and obtain a result a few seconds later. To display useful and appropriate results, the search engine must work out a “solution” (result) for the “problem” (question); this is where algorithms come into use. How they establish the order and relevance of the results depends on the rating criteria set by the respective search engine operator.
Moreover the OnPage factors play a significant role in the ratings. In addition to the page content, the internal links, loading time, location of the server, the navigation, formatting, freshness and user-friendliness all go into the rating.
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