Google introduces two new algorithm tweaks on its search-related pages
Google has introduced two new algorithm tweaks with regard to the search-results pages of its web-dominating search engine. While the first additional feature offers longer site descriptions, the second provides for a longer list of searches. The company said in its blog
post that the changes are aimed to "help guide users more effectively to the information they need."
The changes, which come into force today onwards in 37 language searches, imply that whenever users would enter three or more words on Google. com, they can look forward to more wide-ranging results of their search. There will be a broader scale of related
searches to correlated concepts within the search term, as well as lengthened "snippet" information, summarizing the searched sites below hyperlinks.
Google's explanation of the new changes went thus: "When you enter a longer query, with more than three words, regular-length snippets may not give you enough information and context. In these situations, we now increase the number of lines in the snippet to provide
more information and show more of the words you typed in the context of the page."
With literally having made expanded search practical, Google has elaborated that the new technology is also more capable of better comprehension of "associations and concepts" related to any particular search.