Google Search Explained | Search for Beginners Ep 4

In this episode of Search for Beginners, we explain how Google Search finds your online business (a discovery process called crawling), organizes it (a process called indexing), and, finally, presents it to your potential customers (a process called ranking). Learn how Google Search works!

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SEO Starter guide →
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15 thoughts on “Google Search Explained | Search for Beginners Ep 4”

  1. Subtitles are now available in Portuguese, Spanish, French, Hindi, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Italian, Chinese and English for this video. Click on the Settings icon in the bottom right corner of the video, and select Subtitles/CC from the menu. Apologies for the slight delay!

  2. All right. Only you forgot to say that the number of paid advertising links displayed in Google search results already exceeds the number of other unpaid links. And the user has no choice but to click on what he sees in the first place, i.e. for advertising. And going to such sponsored links gets disappointed, because he does not see what he really needs. Every day I’m convinced that the main task of Google is not to provide the information that the user needs, but to make money banal both on users and on advertisers. This is the main point of the Google search. I apologize for my English, as himself from Ukraine. Used a Google translator 🙂 P.S. And why are there no subtitles in Ukrainian?

  3. Albert Einstein Quotes. If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough. Thanks for your explanation – very simple how it works. However, SEO is another story )

  4. The ads are clearly labeled but you have to use a magnifying glass to see the green tiny text 😉

    Very clever marketing strategy. Many people, to this day, don't know they click on the ad when they search.

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