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Have you ever tried to go to the end of a Google Search?

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    • Mikhail Agapov

      Almost all of us are doing a google search now and then. Although Google doesn't share its search volume data, it is estimated that Google processes approximately 63,000 search queries every second, which translates to around 5.6 billion searches per day, and approximately 2 trillion global searches per year.

      These are huge amounts of search queries to be processed, and almost every single of these queries gives results as required by the person who is searching for the answer on the first or second page itself.

      But have you thought of what is it like to go on a search result page that is at the end of the google search?

      Let's find it out today.

      I am starting with the search term "thewiki Cosmoline", which is the website's name as well.

      The first page
      This page is on spot with google's trustworthy search processing capability, and we can find "thewiki Cosmoline's" website at the top of search results. Well, people have worked hard here to make it rank on top for this keyword.

      Then as we scroll down on the first page itself, we can see a letter from its user written to thewiki Cosmoline. It's a sweet letter written for allowing writing on this platform.

      When we start scrolling further down, we see information about simple trademarks and people who usually are associated with this platform.

      Let's now move forward to the 10th page of google's search result
      We are moving ahead to the 10th page because most of the relevant information that google gives, is usually on the first few pages.

      But most people get answers to their questions on the first page itself.

      When we landed on the 10th page, I can see some irrelevant topics about Leego Deck and cryptocurrencies, and here we also come to an end of our search results, as Google says "other search results are just duplicate ones".

      Even if you will select another topic with a higher number of sub-topics, you will still end up landing at a page that will say that there are no more results and that other results are just duplicates which have been removed.

      So, there wasn't anything of much hype in doing this exercise, but at least we were able to explore different websites that may have similar kinds of data or content like our search query.

      But as we go close to the end of our search results, we can see irrelevant topics being populated, and this is the same reason, why people don't go beyond 2 or 3 pages of google search results.


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