When people want an answer to a question or specific information, they often turn to a Google search. As a result of their ability to deliver the most relevant information from around the world for a given search term in less than a second, Google has become one of the most successful and influential companies in the world.
So how is ZYTO’s technology similar to Google’s? Well, in terms of their search engine, you might say that the only major difference is scope. With Google, you can find information about anything and everything from a number of different sources. But with ZYTO, you can discover a wealth of information directly from the body.
Scanning for Information
The similarities between a ZYTO scan and Google search start with the question and the way information is gathered to answer that question. Google crawls the more than 100 trillion indexed Web pages for a specific search term, while ZYTO scans for the body’s reaction to a specified group of digital signatures representing items that may be stressors or balancers to the body. This set of digital signatures you specify to be scanned may be thought of as the search term, or terms, for the body.
Determining coherence from the algorithm
In order to deliver the most accurate and most relevant results, both Google and ZYTO use a proprietary software algorithm. The Google algorithm uses clues to determine your search intent and then prioritizes indexed pages related to the entered term based on several different ranking factors. In a similar way, ZYTO’s algorithm analyzes the body’s galvanic skin response for fluctuations as the search term is introduced. The algorithm then determines the coherence to each digital signature.
Delivering the most relevant results
There are of course other search engines out there, but Google owns a majority of the market because they consistently deliver the most accurate, relevant results. ZYTO is also known for relevant results because our hardware and software accurately measures the body’s responses each and every time. And like Google, ZYTO responses are prioritized according to their relevance. After a ZYTO scan, you are able to easily see which nutritional products and other wellness items the body responded to most significantly. The first part of the ZYTO report is set up similarly to a search engine results page with the most coherent items listed at the top, and from there you can dive deeper to discover more information.
Although Google and other search engines have gotten much more adept at determining the most relevant websites for a given search term, search engine results still aren’t 100% relevant all the time. This is because websites that may not be as applicable to a search term can be boosted in search engine rankings through paid ads and SEO optimization techniques. Additionally, sites that may in fact be more relevant may be penalized by Google’s algorithm in other areas, causing them to appear lower in the results.
In contrast, the “search” results from a ZYTO scan can’t be influenced because they are measured directly from the body. The body is merely responding to the questions asked, so there is no external influencing going on. Therefore, your top results will always be an accurate picture of the body’s responses in real time.
About Seth Morris
Seth Morris is an experienced article writer with a background in marketing, Web content creation, and health research. In addition to writing and editing content for the ZYTO website and blog, he has written hundreds of articles for various websites on topics such as holistic wellness, health technology, and Internet marketing. Seth has earned Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Management as well as Literary Studies.
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