Ask.com Improvizes: Faster, display answers in search results, parses more data

Ask.com is now parsing more data and presenting these in the search results page. If you visit Ask.com and ask a question, Ask.com’s algorithms will try to display the answers in the results page instead of just giving out links to the answer. In addition, they’re also displaying answers from other sites as well, report News.com. Ask.com is also restructuring […]

Ask.com is now parsing more data and presenting these in the search results page. If you visit Ask.com and ask a question, Ask.com’s algorithms will try to display the answers in the results page instead of just giving out links to the answer. In addition, they’re also displaying answers from other sites as well, report News.com.

Ask.com is also restructuring the way it presents search results for vertical search. Hence, you’d see results for TV listings and events and various other categories when conducting your search. According to Ask.com, this 11th version of the search engine is 30 percent faster than the previous version.

Source:→ SEJ