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Google Search deals with 500 million previously unseen search queries each day

Google's impressive statistics: 500 million queries each day have never been seen before

Trace Hagan | May 14, 2013 at 12:33 am CDT (0 mins, 30 secs time to read)

Bloomberg TV recently interviewed John Wiley and found some incredible statistics. Wiley, the lead designer for Google Search, says that each and every day, Google sees an average of 500 million search queries that it has never seen before. These queries make up roughly 15 percent of the daily search volume.

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To keep up with ever-changing queries and websites, Google crawls 20 billion web sites per day, an impressive feat. To help combat these unseen queries, Google is working on its Knowledge Graph product. Wiley says that Knowledge Graph has an incredible 530 million entries and 18 billion facts about connections between the entries.

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