searching results – SEO WIKI
When entering a query in the search engine, the user receives a structured list of web resources that respond to the query – this is called the search result or SERP (Sickle), an abbreviation for the English Search Engine Result Page.
In the search results, the user sees page headers and a brief description called a snippet, as well as the date the page was created, URL, company address and phone numbers, if any. Some search engines provide other user-friendly data to advise queries. Also, the user can see from the results of the output a saved copy of the page, which is located in the cache of the search engine. The page cache is necessary in order to reduce the load on the search modules of the system, and for quick access to the necessary information.