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A set of data or a set of links to data that match the criteria of a query. See SERP, page ranking, search engine optimization and search engine.
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The feature is a follow-up to Instant Search, a feature Google unveiled in September that updates search results as people continue typing.
The general one-to-one environment does not have appropriate space nor equipment to allow students to link electronic artifacts such as individual web search results among different mobile computers to attain and reflect upon a global view of web search results.
Earlier this year, in a surprise about-turn, Google announced it would no longer filter search results on its Chinese search engine and said it was prepared to shut down its China operations entirely if authorities in Beijing refused to accept that.
Users who view the image are directed to an information page that details Google's search results, which states: "Sometimes Google search results from the Internet can include disturbing content, even from innocuous queries.
The agreement is limited to the display of paid search results (where the advertiser has paid Google to highlight their entry) and not to any results returned by Google's search algorithms.
A search for penguins on CBBC returned 23 pages of search results that came from CBBC web sites: CBBC nature fact files, CBBC news, and CBBC feature presentations.
He also advises administrators to build subcollections carefully so search results don't end up in the wrong place.
* marketers' increasing requests for search results traffic
The "accounting standards directory" provides search results for approximately 150 specific searches and national accounting standards.
Search results can be collected and stored in Outlook folders and saved for off-line analysis.
The value determined in this way is called a page's PageRank and determines its placement in search results (Brin & Page, 1998; Google, 2004; Marlow, 2001-2002).
For example, search engines may use and display third party descriptions of the website in the search results. (8) Search engines may also index "anchor text" (the text that third parties use in hyperlinking to a website), (9) which can cause a website to appear in search results for a term the website never used (and may object to).