A Student's Guide to Search Engines

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The Internet consists of billions upon billions of individual files, located on millions of different Bound Gangbangs web sites. Certainly, then, the 'Net is a veritable treasure trove of information for students, who routinely turn the Web for help with their Fucking Machines. Yet, all this knowledge is of little use if you don't know how to locate and access what you need, quickly and easily. Enter search engines!

Search engines are essentially HogTied tools that allow you to search for information available on the Web using keywords and search terms. Rather than searching the BoundGods, however, you are actually searching the engine's database of files.

Search engines are actually three Device Bondage tools in one. The spider is a program that "crawls" through the Web, moving from link to link, looking for new DivineBitches web pages. Once it finds new sites or files, it adds them to the search engine's index. This index is a Everything Butt searchable database of all the information the spider has found on the Web. Some engines index every word in each Free Hardcore document, while others select certain words (such as those occurring most often). The search engine itself is a piece of software that allows users to search the Kink On Demand database. Clearly, an engine's search is only as good as the index it's searching.

So, when you run a query using a MenInPain search engine, you're really only searching the engine's index of what's on the Web, as opposed to the entire PublicDisgrace. No one search engine is capable of indexing everything on the Web - there's just too much information out there! Consequently, much of the Naked Kombat information overlooked in search engine queries includes breaking news, documents, multimedia files, images, tables, and other SexAndSubmission data. Collectively, these types of resources are referred to as the deep or invisible Web. They're buried deep in The Training Of O and are invisible to search engines.

Search engines usually feature advertisements in the form of paid results. Those sites that pay The Upper Floor fee may be included in your search results, usually at the very top of the list. Some engines group advertisers separately, for instance, on the side of the Ts Seduction page. While search engines must clearly label all advertisers, they vary widely in their compliance with FTC Ultimate Surrender rules.

The method by which an engine determines how its search results will be presented to the Water Bondage user is called ranking. Early search engines, now called first generation search engines, used term ranking to organize their Whipped Ass results. In term ranking, a result's importance is determined by how often and where the search term appears in the document. Most of today's search engines are much more sophisticated than this. These WiredPussy generation search engines use a number of methods, sometimes in combination, to rank their results.

In relevancy ranking, second generation use various algorithms to determine a document's relevance to your search. This is by far the most popular method, though engines often allow you to sort your results alphabetically or group them by site, source, and/or concept.

In addition to ranking method, a number of other features distinguish one engine from another. You will encounter two basic types of search engines. Individual engines are just that - individual engines which compile and search their own databases. Meta search engines, on the other hand, search several at once. Meta engines do not maintain their own databases, but search those assembled by other engines.

Meta engines present their results in one of two ways. Using separate retrieval, they may group the results collected from each individual engine separately, so that you have a list of results from each engine. Separate retrieval often results in many redundant "hits." Collated retrieval solves this problem by weeding out duplicate obtained from different individual engines. Many engines allow you to choose between the two or even use collated retrieval while still grouping your results by Streamate Cams source.

Search engines can be useful when conducting research, as long as you exercise caution. Always keep an eye out for paid results, and try to avoid engines that don't disclose their advertisers. Search engines are a good idea when you have a very specific or obscure topic to research. Queries for broad or popular topics will return more results than is practical, and the information found may be of questionable quality.