December 9th, 2022 at 9:28 am by Claus Ludewig – The Google search in the USA will now show fewer pages with hits. Instead, you see a button that displays more search results.
On September 15, 1997, Larry Page and Sergey Brin launched the Google search engine. The high level of hit accuracy in search queries ensures that the search engine’s market share is over 90 percent worldwide. Google makes most of its money from selling advertising. Now the Alphabet company is announcing that Search on desktop to change. In the future, more search results will be displayed per page before there is a button to display more results.
Continuous scrolling instead of individual pages
So far, the Google search on the desktop PC has been designed in such a way that you can display different pages for each search. With the change, Google summarizes up to six pages on a single page. Instead of linking to multiple pages, users see a button that displays more search results. With this continuous scrolling, Google says goodbye to the division into several pages.
With the redesign, Google is orienting itself towards social media feeds, which also continuously display new content the further you scroll. A division into pages is considered obsolete. According to Google, most visitors look at no more than the first four pages of a search anyway. The new Google search is initially available in the USA, but a global rollout is considered set. After all, the company has been offering a similarly designed search on smartphones since October 2021.
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Google has redesigned search on the desktop website. Instead of linking to multiple pages, users see a single button that displays more search results. With this continuous scrolling, Google says goodbye to the split into multiple pages. First, the new Google search is making its debut in the US. Other countries are likely to follow soon.