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Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by mattblack, Aug 12, 2009.

  1. mattblack

    mattblack Regular Member

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  2. Bacanze

    Bacanze Junior Member

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    This update actually seems quite good (for me at least), here's some more information regarding the topic:

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    http://www.mattcutts.com/blog/caffeine-update/
     
  3. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    the sooner the better, it likes my spam more than the current engine lol
     
  4. trax

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    i keep trying that url the past two days and it always returns:

    Please try your search again in a few hours.

    We are upgrading elements of our data center. The Caffeine sandbox should be available for searching again in a few hours.


    Pissing me off... i wanna test it
     
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    well from what Cutts saying it's seems to be just they are working on update of the structure of the way how date's will be added to the index and that's will increase the speed of indexing / querying the index and returning the result's to the users . BUT like most of the things from G' it's nice to know most of their project still keep on '' beta '' stage for long time, actually Cutts just said on the interview they are still waiting '' feedbaks '' from their '' big players '' lol that's just means on my words those bastards arrange the crawling / indexing and returning algorithms to serve better old fashioned dogs with small and less chances for the new puppies :)