The Netoby search engine was created to make the information accessible on the Internet to the general public in all around the world.
On our website you can find search results for leading queries in the State of Israel as well as use our dedicated search engine for a quick search of the information.
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A search engine is a software program or online service that helps users find information on the internet. It works by indexing and cataloging web pages and then providing a way for users to search through this index using keywords or phrases.
Here’s how a search engine generally works:
- Crawling: The search engine uses automated programs called “crawlers” or “spiders” to browse the internet and visit web pages. These crawlers follow links from one page to another, collecting information about the content of each page they visit.
- Indexing: The information collected by the crawlers is then processed and organized. This creates an index, which is essentially a massive database that contains information about the content of web pages. This index is what allows the search engine to quickly retrieve relevant results when a user performs a search.
- Searching: When a user enters a query into the search engine, the search algorithm scans the index for pages that match the query. The algorithm takes into account various factors, such as relevance, quality, and popularity, to determine the order in which results are displayed.
- Displaying Results: The search engine then presents a list of search results, usually in the form of clickable links along with brief descriptions (called snippets) of each page. These results are ranked based on their perceived relevance to the user’s query.
Popular search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo operate on this principle. They constantly update their indexes to reflect changes in web content, ensuring that users get the most relevant results possible.
Search engines have become an integral part of the internet, enabling users to quickly find information on a wide range of topics. They’re used for everything from finding answers to questions, researching products, looking up news, and much more.