Have you ever thought about how Bing delivers search results with such accuracy? This isn’t any kind of weird magic… it is simply a matter of great development. Read this article below and learn all you were wondering about how this great search engine works to make your life easier!
It’s all about the decision!
Bing search engine is, as they say, a ‘decision engine’. This isn’t just another search engine. The difference lays in the way Bing works. It has been designed to minimize the amount of useless results included in the result list after performing a search. This helps simplify tasks and researches, while helping you ‘make the most informed decision’, as the developers proudly say.
The main objective of this search engine is to ‘connect users with the most relevant results from the web’, based in very well-designed algorithms. This reduces the amount of useless web results appearing on your screen. However, the developers clearly state they have no control over what the indexed websites publish online.
When performing a search, Bing surfs through the indexed websites to build a new index according to relevancy of the contents to your search. The system is clean and efficient, however can fall victim of sneaky ill-intended website publishers too.
What is the difference with regular search engines?
Each search engine uses their own algorithms to provide their search results. The difference perhaps is that Bing strives to provide only the most accurate results related to your search. This might leave out some slightly-related results, which can prove to be useful for your researches.
On the other hand, it provides simple, directly-related results to your search, and it is a great tool to get punctual, specific information when you are preparing a report, or any other important document for school or work.
Find out more about how Bing delivers search results following this link.