Have you ever been curious how search engines work? Web crawlers, or spiders, go about mapping and indexing the landscape of the internet by traversing links provided by pages, files and documents existing on the web. After acquiring the information collected by said crawlers, search companies then store that data in massive data-centers composed of servers, switches and whole bunch of wires. So, next time you go looking for a [insert item] online, the search engine you’re submitting your query to is doing two things. One is returning only relevant information from its data-centers. Two is ranking the results based upon their relevancy to the query.
Know that what appears on your screen took a great deal of work. Not just for the search engines, though. But for the companies who create and optimize those pages, files and documents for the search engines. What we do at Webnik, for lack of a more complicated description, is make your website relevant.