A few years ago, Google started to offer a tool that lets users search the web using a text-based search engine.
A search for “how to make cheese” yielded more than 4,000 results.
Today, Google’s offering the same tool with a slightly different twist.
It’s called Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
It’s a bit like an ad for a pizza place, but instead of a few words, it’s a bunch of HTML tags.
“It allows you to create search queries in less than 30 seconds, using a single line of code,” explains Ben Thompson, director of SEO at Google.
“You can put a lot of power in one code and that’s how you get a big return on your investment.”
The problem is, that code is a bit tricky.
To get it right, you have to understand how Google and other search engines work.
And it can be quite hard to get it wrong.
In this article, we’ll walk through the process of setting up a Google Search using a couple of simple HTML tags and some HTML markup.
First, let’s create a new search string.
Google’s default search string is a simple, yet useful, string.
Just type the word “how.”
Now, we need to add a couple more tags to make it more interesting.
The first is a tag, which we’ll use to insert our own code.
is the only tag we’ll need to use.
Next, we want to add an tag to get a bit more functionality.
is our next step.
This tag is just a placeholder that we can use to display a snippet of HTML to the user.
It is intended to be used only once and only for the first time.
The next step is to add another (src) tag to insert the </iframe code.
This is where the magic happens.
Here, we’re using the tag because it’s so easy to use and there’s a chance we’ll want to include it again in the future.
Here’s what that looks like:We’re inserting our own HTML tag.
And by the time we finish, we’ve added a couple additional tags, one for each line of HTML code that we want displayed.
The result is a string that looks something like this:You’ll notice that we’re also adding a second (src), as shown above.
This line of text will be used by the browser to embed our code into the body of the page.
If we want the user to click on it, they should see a link to the search result page.
And as you can see, we have a new option to get to the page that includes a link back to the
You might be wondering why we’re adding two : tags to the same (source) tag.
Well, Google uses a technique called “interlace” to make the two tags behave differently.
Interlace happens when two HTML tags are joined together, making them appear to be in the same position.
Interlacing helps Google to display its search results on the right page.
You can read more about it here:The , , and You’ll note that the second , , has been added.
It tells Google what we need it to do.
Let’s add it:Now we’ve put all of the pieces together, we can go back to our , type in our search term, and the result will appear right away.
It should be similar to the first example.
If you’d like to see the results in your browser, just right-click on the search bar, select Search, and then select Search.
You’ll see a small list of results.
It will be as if you’d searched