The definition of auto relates to four wheels that has an engine and passenger room that is utilized to transport individuals on roads. If we look at the automobile, it is the combination of all parts that have common functions such as transmission, engine, brakes, etc. Most commonly people use cars to travel from place to place. However there are other uses of cars like to be in an auto racing event. This is because it has no control over weather and other elements that can slow down or even hinder its journey. Cars run on rails and can be steered by the driver depending on how it is programmed.
The auto keyword is the name given to an automobile in different databases such as Google, Yahoo, MSN, etc. The typeid is a unique identifier string that appears in the log book of the automobile. There are two types of information that can be extracted from the auto. The first one is the name of the owner of the vehicle, which we call the auto owner id.
The other type is called the other data type. It is very similar to the auto keyword but this time it is related to the condition of the car. This data type is called other data. It includes repair bills, repair history, tax liens and records of accidents that may have occurred. The type inference refers to the logical data type which is used in some statistical analysis of the data and can return an output like the average miles driven per year, accidents etc.
The query log is a special database that is exclusive to the log types. The query log contains records that refer to the searches made on the type and the other data types. These searches are executed on the basis of the user-defined names or domain names. When we perform a search on any record found in the log, it is possible that we get records that refer to a specific user. The other data type is the name of the domain from where the records were searched.
We can also make use of the term match using the term keyword. This is similar to the keyword data where the only difference is that the domain name and the user names must be uniquely specified. This is used for searching records that refer to a common user. Another interesting data type is the domain accessed by a domain name. The domain accessed refers to the number of unique visitors that accessed the domain name.
Now we have understood the data types used in an Auto discovery. We can perform searches on different types of keywords and record all results in a single place. If you want more information about how to perform these searches, you can check out my blog for a detailed tutorial.