What Google Internally Calls The Search Results Page?

Mar 22, 2018 - 7:47 am 6 by
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During this whole zero results and no search results on the search results page, I asked Danny Sullivan if Google still calls a search that leads to zero search results the search results page? He said yes, they call the search results page internally these three things:

  • Search results page
  • SRP
  • SERP

Here are the tweets:

Well, now, we are showing search results on the search results page, for now...

But I always find it interesting to hear what terminology Google uses internally versus what SEOs use.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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