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The BIC search engine was created to make the information accessible on the Internet to the general public. 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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What is Search Engine?

A search engine is a software program or online service that allows users to search for information on the internet. It is designed to help people find specific web pages, documents, images, videos, or other types of content based on their search queries or keywords. Search engines play a crucial role in organizing and making the vast amount of information available on the internet accessible and useful to users.

Here’s how a typical search engine works:

Crawling: Search engines use automated programs called web crawlers or spiders to browse the web and index web pages. These crawlers follow links from one page to another, collecting information about each page they visit, including text, links, and metadata.

Indexing: After collecting data from web pages, search engines create an index, which is essentially a large database that contains information about the content on each webpage. This index helps the search engine quickly retrieve relevant results when users enter search queries.

Ranking: When a user submits a search query, the search engine’s algorithms analyze the indexed data to determine which web pages are most relevant to the query. Search engines consider various factors, such as keyword relevance, page quality, and user engagement, to rank the results.

Displaying Results: The search engine displays a list of search results to the user, typically in order of relevance as determined by the ranking algorithm. Users can then click on the search results to access the web pages or content they’re interested in.

Some well-known search engines include Google, Bing, Yahoo, and DuckDuckGo. Each search engine may have its own unique algorithms, features, and search indexes, but they all serve the common purpose of helping users find information on the internet efficiently.