Whenever you go to Google and start typing in the search field, Google starts to fill out some suggestions as you are typing. Ever wonder where those suggestions come from?
Well, they mostly come from what other people are currently searching for. The list is comprised of searches that people have been entering lately that begin with the letters you are typing. Pretty cool, eh?
Now there are several factors that go into what Google puts into that list like your location, what you have previously searched for and many other measures.
There is a great article by our friends over at SearchEngineLand that go into much more detail on what these factors are and here is the link: How Google Instant’s Autocomplete Suggestions Work
Just How Does Google Know What to Autosuggest? #HowTheyDoThat
It’s a well known feature of Google. Start typing in a search, and Google offers suggestions before you’ve even finished typing. But how does Google come up with those suggestions? When does Google remove some suggestions? When does Google decide not to interfere? Come along for some answers.
Danny goes into great detail about how Google makes these decisions about what to show when you start typing into their search bar. This article is a great read and will help you understand some of the mysteries of Google. Learning how Google works will help you in your online business as you try to write good content and know what people are searching for on the internet.
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