Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Navigational Queries in Google

Navigational queries in Google are those queries that relates to a specific web page. For example if you are using the query "tripadvisor london" then it is predictable that you are looking for a Tripadvisor web page related to London, hence it can be termed as a navigational query.

The page that is returned in response to a navigational query is known as a "navigational resource".


Also See:- 

Query Highlighting on Google
How Does Google Applies Semantic Search?

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