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[豆知识] 【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

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[Homework]【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

I am a engineer of the quality troup of google. And I'd like to talk today about what happen  when you do a web search.
First thing to understander is when you do a google search , you are actually searching the web. You are searching google's index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do this with sofeware programs called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few webpages, then they follow the links on those pages, and fetch the pages them point to ,then follow all the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to, and so on ,still we index a pretty big chunk of the web. Many billion of pages stored across thousands of machines.
Now ,suppose I want to how fast  a  cheetch can run. I type in my search,say cheetch ,runing ,speech and hit return. Our software searchs our index to find evey pages that includes those search terms.  There are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want. By asking questions ,more than hundreds of them, like :how many time did these page contain your key words? Do the words appeard in title? in the URL? directly adjacent?  Does the page includes synonym for those words ? Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality,even spamming?  What is this page's page rank? That's a formula invented by our founders Larry Page and xxx that rate a webpage's importance by looking at how many outside link point to it and how important those links are. Finally we can combine all these factors together to produce each page's over all score. At google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously.  We do not ever accept payment to add a site to our index, update more of them ,or improve its ranking.
Let's take a look at my search results. Each of them includes a title , a URL, and a snippet of the text to help me decide whether this page is what I am looking for. I also see the links to similar pages, google 's most recent stored version of this page. And  related searches that I might want to try next. And sometimes, along the right, and on the top, I will see ads. We take our advertising bussiness very serious as well . Both our commitment to deliver the best possible  audience for advertisers and strive to only show ads that you really want to see. We are carefu l to the distinguish you ads from the regular search results. And we won't show you any ads at  all if we can't find any that we think will help you to find the information you are looking for,which in this case, the cheetah's top running speech is more than 60 miles an hour. thanks for wacthing. I hope this made the google a little bit more understandable.

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Now, suppose I want to know how fast a cheetah can run. I type in my search, say "cheetah running speed" and hit return. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes those search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results. How does Google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions, more than two hundred of them, like: How many times does this page contain your keywords? Do the words appear in the title, in the URL, directly adjacent? Does the page include synonyms for those words? Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality, even spamming? What is this page’s page rank? That’s a formula invented by our founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin that rates a webpage’s importance by looking at how many outside links point to it, and how important those links are. Finally we combine all those factors together to produce each page’s overall score, and send you back your search results about half a second after you submit your search. At Google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment to add a site to our index, update more of them, or improve its ranking.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

I'm an engineer in quality group of Google .I'd like to talk today about what happens when you do a web research.The first thing to understand is that when you do a google search,you aren't actually searching the web you are searching google's index of the web or at least as much as you can find.We do this with soft programes calls spiders .Spiders start by fetching a few web pages then they follow the links on the pages and fetch the pages they point to and follow all the links on those pages  and follow the pages they link to and so on until you get a pretty big chippet of web.Many billions of pages store across thousands of machines Now suppose i  want to how fast the can run.I type in my search say running speed and had returned.Our software searches  the index to find every pages that include these search terms.In this case there are hundreds of thousands of possible results.How does google decide which few documents i really want .By asking questions more than two hundred of them like how many times does this page contain your key words ?Do the words appear in the title and URL ,directly adjacent ?Does the page include of these words?Is this page for my quality website or is a low quality even .What this pages rank?That is a forluma invented by our founders Larry Pages that ranks the web pages of importance by looking how many outside links point to it and how important the links are.All those factors together to produce each page overall and send you back your results.About half second after you submit your search.At google we take a commitment to delivering useful and impartial search results very seriously.We don't ever to update more often .Let's take a look at my search results.Each entry includes a title a URL and a of text to let you decide whether the page is what i am looking for.I also see links to similar pages .Google's most recent store version of that pages and related searches that i might try next .And sometimes along right and at the top i 'll see ads .We take our advertising business very seriously as well.Both are commitment to deliver the best possible for advertisers.And strive to only show ads which you only what to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads for regular search results.And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find any we think will help you to find the information you are looking for.Which in this case ,the running speed is more sixty per hour.Thanks for watching .I hope this makes google a little more understandable.

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[Homework]【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

Hi,my name is Matt Cutts.I'm an engineer at quality group of google.And I'd like to talk about what happens when you do a web search.The first thing to understand is that when you do a google search,you are actually searching the web.You're searching google's index of the web or at least as much of it as we can find.We do this with software programes call finders.Spiders start by fetching a few web pages,then they follow the links on those pages and fetch the pages they point to and follow links on those pages and fetch the pages they link and so on until we index a pretty big chunk of the web.Many billions of pages stored arcoss thousands of the machine.Now suppose I want to know how fast the treat can run.I type in my search say treater,running,speedand hit return.Our software searchs our index to find every page that includes those search terms.In this case,there are hundreds of thousands of possible results.How does google decide which few documents I really want.By asking questions,more than 2 hundred of them like:how many times do this page contain your keywords?Do words qppear in the title?And ?Directly ?Does the page include synonym for those words?Is this page from a quality website or is a low quality,even spamming?What's this page's page rank?That's a formula invented by our founders page and that rates web pages' importances by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are.Finally we combine all of those factors together to produce each page's overall score and send you back your search results.About half a second after you submit your search.At google will take our commitment to delivering you useful and impartial search results very seriously.We don't ever accept payment to add site to our index,update more of them or improve its ranking.Let's take a look at my search results.to help me decide wheather this page is what I'm looking for.I also see links to similar pages.Google's most recent store versions of that page and relate searchs that I might want to try next.And sometimes,along the right and at the top I'll see ads.We take our advertising business very seriously as well.Both our commitment to deliver the best possible audience for advertisers and to strive to only show ads that you really want to see.We are very careful to distingush ads from regular search results.And we won't show you any ads at all if we can't find anyhing that we think will help you find your information you are looking for,which in this case,the 's top running speed is more than 60 miles an hour.Thanks for watching.I hope this make google a little bit more understandable.
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Hi, my name is Matt Cutts, I’m the engineer the quality group of goole. What I’m talking today is what happens when you do a web search. The first thing you should understand is that when you do a web search, you are not actually searching the web, you search the google index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do this with software programmes called spiders. Spiders start by search a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages, and then fetch the pages they point to. And then follow the links on those pages, and search the pages they link to. And so on, until we then index a pretty big trunk of the web. Many billion pages stored across thousands of machines.

Say, suppose I wanna know how fast Chitar can run, I type ”Chitar running speed” and then return. Our software search all our index to find any pages include those terms. In this case, there will be hundrends of thousands of possible results. How will google know which few ducuments are what we really want? By asking questions, more than 200 of them. Like, how many times does this page contain the key items; do the word appear in the title, in the ul? Directly adjacent? Does the page include ……. for the words. Is this page from my quality website? Or, it’s a low quality, even spammy? What is this page’s page rank? There’s a formular, invented by our founders Lerry Page and Therngn Bran, that rates away pages important by looking at how many outside links point to it and how important those links are. Finally we combine all those factors together and produce each pages over our score. and send you back your search results, about half a second after you submit your search.

In google, we take our commitment to deliver useful and impartial results very seriously. We don’t ever except payment from adding ads to our index, update more often, or improve its ranking. Lets look at my search results. Each includes a title, a UL, and a snap of the text to help me decide whether this page’s what I’m looking for. I also see links to similar pages. Google’s most recent store version of that page and latest seachers that I might wanna try next . And sometimes, along the right, and at the top, I’ll see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver the most possible best audience for advertisers, and the strike to  only show ads to who really want to see. We are very careful in distinguish ads from regular search results. and we won’t show you any ads at all if we can find any that we think will help you find what you are looking for. Which in this case, the … running speed is more than 30miles an hour. Thanks for watching, I hope this helps to make google a little more understandable.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

Hi,My name is Matt Cutts,I'm a engineer in the quality group of Google,and I'd like talk today about what happens when you do a web search.The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search,you aren't actually searching in the web,you're searching Google's indexed web,or at least as much as we can find.We do this with software programs called spiders.Spiders start by fetching a few pages.Then they follow the links on those pages,and fetch the pages they point to,and follow all these links on those pages,and fetch the pages they link to and so on,until we then index a pretty big chunk of the web.Many billions of pages store across thousands of machines.Now suppose I want to know how fast the cheetah can run.I type in my search,say cheetah,running,speed, and hit return,our software searches in our index to find every page that includes those search terms.In this case,there are hundreds of thousands of possible results.How dose Google decide which few documents I really want. By asking questions,more than two hundred of them,like how many times dose this page contain your keywords?do the words appear in the title?in the URL?directly adjacent?Dose this page include citation for those words?Is this page form a quality website or is low quality, even spamming? What is these pages' page rank?That's a formula invented by our founders,Larry Page and Sergey Brin.That rates a webpage's importance by looking at how many outside links pointed to it and how important those links are.Finally, We combine all those facts together to produce each pages overall score and sent you back your search results.About half of a second after you submit your search, At Google, we take our commitment to delievering useful and impartial search results very seriously.We don't ever except payment to add site to our index,update more often or improve the ranking.Let's take a look of my search results.Each entry includes a title,a URL and a snipped text to help me decide whether the page is what I'm looking for.I also see links to simular pages,Google's most recent stored original pages,and related searches that I might want to try next.Sometimes,along the right and at the top,we see ads.We take our advertising business very seriously as well.Both our commitment to leave the best possible audience for advertisers and to strive to only show ads that you really want to see.We're very careful to distinguish the ads from regular search results.We won't show you any ads at all if we can't find anything we think will help you find the information you are looking for.Which in this case,the cheetah's top running speed is more than sixty miles an hour.Thanks for watching,I hope that makes Google a little bit more understandable.                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】2010-05-16&05-22 Google三大核心业务之一:搜索

Hi, my name is Matt Cutts. I am an engineer at the quality group of Google. And I am like to talk today about what happens when you do a web search.

The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually searching the web. You are searching Google’s index of the web, or at least as much as we can find. We do this with the software program called spiders. Spiders start by fetching a few web pages, then they follow the links on those pages, and fetch the pages they point to, and follow all the links on those pages and fetch the pages they link to, and so on, until it makes a pretty big trunk of the web. Many billions of pages stood across thousands of machines.

Now, suppose I want to know how fast treat can run. I typed in my search, say, treater running speed, and here returned. Our software searches our index to find every page that includes these search terms. In this case, there are hundreds of thousands of possible results.

How does Google decide which few documents I really want? By asking questions. More than two hundred of them, like, how many time does this page contain your key words, do the words appear in the title, in the url, directly or adjacent, does the page include synonyms for those words, is this page from a quality website or is it low quality, even spamming, what is this page’s page link, that’s a formula invented by our founders Larry page and ** that rates a web’s importance by looking at how many outside links point to it, and how important those links are.

Finally, we combine all those factors together to produce each page over our own score and send you back your search results, about half a second after you submit your search.

At Google, we take our commitment to delivering useful and impartial results very seriously. We don’t ever accept payment to add our site, tour index, update it more often, or improve its ranking.

Let’s take a look at my search results. Each entry includes a title, a url, and a snip of text to help me decide whether this page is what I am looking for. I also see links to similar pages, Google’s most recent store version of that page, and related searches that I might want to check next.

And sometimes, along the right, and at the top, I will see ads. We take our advertising business very seriously as well. Both our commitment to deliver our best audience for advertisers and to strive to only show ads that you those really want to see. We are very careful to distinguish your ads from regular search results. And we won’t show you any ads at all if we can’t find any that we think won’t help you find anything you are hoping for, which in this case, the treat’s running speed is more than 60 mile an hour.

Thanks for watching. I hope this make Google a little more understandable.                                                   
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