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Google’s search engine gets more traffic than any other Web site and if you don’t feature on Google you don’t exist full stop.

Finding information on the ­World Wide Web is something many of us take for granted. There are over 20 billion active Web sites on the Internet today. The task of sifting through all these sites to find helpful information is astronomical. That’s why Goggles use complex algorithms – mathematical and scientific instructions that tell computers how to complete assigned tasks.

Google’s does the work for you by searching out  pages on the web that contain the keywords you used to search, then assigning a rank to each page based on various factors, including how many times the keywords appear on the page. The higher ranked pages appear further up in Google’s search engine results page, this mean that the best links relating to your search query are in theory the first pages Google lists.

For Web administrators, being listed prominently on Google will result in a big boost in site visibility and traffic. Getting a good spot on Google could mean a huge boost in the number of site visitors.

Google’s keyword search function is similar to other search engines like Bing and Yahoo. Google makes use of automated robots called spiders or crawlers to travel the World Wide Web, moving from link to link and building up index pages that includes certain keywords. When a user enters a search query Google references this index. Search engines list the pages that contain the same keywords that were in the user’s search terms.

­Keyword placement plays a big part in how Google finds sites. Google looks for keywords throughout each Web page when scanning it, Here we need to note that some sections are more important than others. The most important being the keywords in the Web page’s title. Google also searches for keywords in headings. Headings may be placed in a range of sizes. Keywords in larger headings are more valuable. Keywords used though out your text is also important. Webmasters need to avoid keywords being overused, but it is  recommend that they be used  regularly throughout a page.