Bing is the search engine created and provided by Microsoft, in which users can find information and files like photos, videos and text in webpages all over the web, with just one click respecting a specific query or words introduced by the users. For many of us, this process can look like magic and certainly seems like it, but obviously there are some procedures and technical aspects behind it.
There are plenty of technologies, protocols and processes that are carried out in matter of milliseconds for search engines and Bing to provide results, since there are literally billions of websites that offer information respecting a query, so it is the job of the engine to order this sites and show them for the user to find what they are looking with the fewer clicks possible. Here is how Bing delivers search results.
The process for Bing to function
As it was said before, Bing is a search engine that delivers results respecting specific queries and words that users introduce. To do that, such search engines follow some complex procedures to perform this function, in a matter of a blink to give the best websites and information possible.
In other words, what Bing considers great quality in content for the user´s intent will be of the first results to appear, as simple as that, since the interest of the engine is to provide information as fast as possible.
Now, Bing is based in a computing algorithm that acts as a spider that crawls all websites in cyberspace in no time, indexing the results and analyzing the content of every page, searching for information that is possible to be valuable for the user making the search. In fact, this is the way almost all search engines online work, such as Google and others.
Other aspects involved in how Bing works
Also, for showing interesting and valuable search results for users Bing takes into account other information and data, such as the one delivered by customers and searchers. For example, browsing history, location, previous search queries and other characteristics are considered at the moment of delivering the search results.
In this way, along with the work of crawlers, core algorithm and the characteristics called before, Bing is able to provide results that actually compete and are related to the users´ intent and what they need. This is imperative for the purpose of monetizing the use of the search engine, which is advertising through these search queries performed by users.