The days of Google, are people from a landscape full of light and bright. Complete with levity like a giant company sandy beach, fun time and entertainment. But for any search engine, Google enters changes every month, if not from day to day. That is an underrated fact from search engines.
The moments of the ‘Woodstockesque’ party can change in the future. So see what might happen in the future for search engines, and see if the changes are good. For background, the search engine works on retrieving cache or indexing webpages. For example, Google uses bots that crawl every corner of the Web, to find and archive (if permitted by a website), webpage content.
The bots work continuously, all the time, to keep and re-index new or existing webpages. First, this is a big effort, astronomy. In addition, Google must use the possibility of millions of servers to keep everything running like a well-oiled machine.
So, when search visitors search Google, or “to Google something” for the use of verbs, they actually look for Web indexes, and not actual real time results. In addition, the frequency of Google bots coming to your website or crawling your website depends on how high the ranking is; basically, how much Page Rank Google assigns to a website determines its general value.
And real time is what is in the future for search engines. Google recently introduced real-time results via Twitter to find visitors. With real-time Twitter results, the search engine results page (SERP) will display a dynamically updated box with real-time conversations on Twitter, about the search keywords chosen, if applicable.
They also recently released Google Caffeine, which focuses on increasing data for the performance of search engine results. Caffeine emphasizes search speed, indexing speed and general speed. Overall, it’s logical to assume that Google will come out faster and increase optimization like this.
Google’s ability to determine the relevance of your website basically depends on the bot. If bots can crawl every corner of your website through a sitemap, they will get to know your website more. But what about videos? Google bots cannot crawl video content at this time, but I think that will change.
The company has worked tirelessly to use bots that can crawl almost all file formats, including PDF. To provide the best user experience, they must be able to access any content. For example, websites that I know are entirely video-based, with very little text. At this time, what bot can be crawled, besides the Meta title and description? That is what will improve in the future.
With YouTube’s closed text system, technology to be able to crawl video content seems to be getting closer to the real reality. The YouTube system while not perfect can recognize the words spoken in the video and connect the appropriate text. It doesn’t do the best job, but is able to decipher the content in the video.
In the future, we will see the transfer of search to real time versus indexing or caching. We will also see the text turn into a video, with results based on what is actually in the video. Although the use of text will not die, it will turn into a more interactive Web approach and search engine integration.