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Google works on Search algorithms to stay ahead

Google works on Search algorithms to stay ahead
If you think that Google’s winning Internet-browsing formula is complete and Google cannot come up with anything new, then perhaps you should give that another thought! Nothing could be further from the truth.

Software engineers at Google have been diligently refining its search algorithms so that by the end of the day, it ends differently from when it started. Many Google teams have tested more than 6,000 changes to the search engine in 2010 itself, with nearly 500 of them passing the test and moving on to become permanent.

Google has made so many changes to its search engine that it has now become second nature to them. Today, Google has managed to root out all the low quality websites and is only keen on promoting quality sites. Google’s search algorithms are tweaked at least twice in a day.

Google is looking to move quickly and to make big changes. But on the other hand, Google also does not want people to say that they don’t recognize these changes. In February, Google took the step towards making improvements to its secret search formula in the United States.

At the end of it all, Google’s only aim is to deliver the most relevant search results to people in the quickest manner possible.