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The size of the World Wide Web (The Internet)

The size of the World Wide Web (The Internet)
The Indexed Web contains at least 3.65 billion pages (Friday, 18 April, 2014). The Dutch Indexed Web contains at least 381.56 million pages (Friday, 18 April, 2014). GB = Sorted on Google and Bing BG = Sorted on Bing and Google We don't measure Ask.com anymore, because Ask has stopped showing the total number of results. The size of the index of a search engine is estimated on the basis of a method that combines word frequencies obtained in a large offline text collection (corpus), and search counts returned by the engines. Each day 50 words are sent to all four search engines.

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