“Here you can follow the entire life of a search query, from the web, to crawling and indexing, to algorithmic ranking and serving, to fighting webspam,” Google Product Manager Jake Hubert said in a blog post announcing the page.
“The site complements existing resources, including this blog [Google’s Inside Search blog], the help center, user forums, Webmaster Tools, and in-depth research papers. We hope the site helps to illuminate the split-second journey from algorithms to answers,” he added.
The live infograph contains some clickable links to charts and graphs shows the rise of spam and techniques that Google uses.
On the new Google website users can check out the process in animated explanation for the search, or can take a closer look at Google’s search algorithm and features. A slideshow tell users how Google removes spam, an graph shows the complete spam problem and how Google think about it and fight it.
The new Google site not only explains the Search program but also the algorithms, features, a list of Google policies, and also an 43 page document that contains How Google evaluates its Search.
You can check out How Search Works here.