Alphabet’s Google Search has become such an invaluable resource for the human race that over 5.4 billion searches are conducted every single day.
Google itself is sometimes the subject of those searches.
It is such an amazing service, and yet, a lot of people have no clue of how it works.
WHAT EXACTLY IS GOOGLE SEARCH?
Google Search, which is usually just referred to as Google, is a search engine that uses fully-automated software known as “web crawlers” that explore the world wide web to find websites they can add to their web index.
There have been a multitude of books written about Google, but I’m going to try and shorten that a fair bit so you can at least achieve a better understanding.
For several years now, Google has been mapping hundreds of billions of pages of the world wide web and collecting it into an index. Google then takes these billions of pages, and ranks them.
Let’s say you want to design an eBook. You’re trying to create a side hustle for yourself to increase your cash flow.
So you go on Google Search and type in Free Design eBook.