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Google Caffeine now Live!

Discussion in 'Google' started by LBP, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. #1
    I have read in a lot of SEO sites, that Google Caffeine is officially live now. Aside from the algorithm changes, they have also improved their storage capacity to indexed more sites and pages and present the results quicker and more accurate, how does this affect your website?
     
    LBP, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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  3. LBP

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    Really great move by Google.. business wise and for the public.. They have covered the emerging social media technologies at the same time improved their organic results.. too they have covered every angle and prolong their search engine life..

    From my experience so far, high quality sites are benefiting from these changes..
     
    LBP, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    Yeah well G should not be bragging too much. I'm still seeing lots of 'made for adsense' sites in the mix with the same tired content repeated 3 or 4 times on the page. Caffeine may be a technology improvement but searchers want better results, not more data storage.
     
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    wow that is impressive, my last post got indexed after 5min :D
     
    NikTik, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    I think Google's in a reform mood, they have been rolling out features steadily for a while now, I'm seeing a massive reform in the way they do search and indexing soon.
     
    Dom Wood, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    Hmm....I hope this is the real live of caffeine and not just a hype. I know the sources come as official from Google blog itself but most of the time Google does not do actual what they said lately. I have see some minor change but not much or identical as a really new updates anyway.
     
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  8. LBP

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    The blogs published it after they heard it from Matt Cutts himself during the SMX event. So it should be legit and official
     
    LBP, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    great move by Google
     
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    I can see some changes in SERPs which would confirm that google rolls out caffeine.
     
    zoom, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    On a personal note i haven't noticed any changes when searching, so no real improvements as far as personal search experience is concerned. G has been going down hill for me for years now, especially after their last changes.

    Looking at my sites there have been no effects (yet). They still rank high, and continue getting the usual amount of traffic.
     
    hhsaus, Jun 8, 2010 IP
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    I see some changes on my rankings. Most of them get up though the changes are not that much high.
     
    seodash, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    May I know how does it affect the algorithm of ranking a site?
     
    poshswinger, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    Actually it is an indexing algorithm update. The rankings will not effect due to this update but the site indexing is 50% faster then before. The recent drops in SERPs is due to some problems with this update as it should not effect the ranking.

    http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2010/06/our-new-search-index-caffeine.html
     
    trafford, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    caffeine mean addiction.

    google wants us all to get addicted to "content" and especially fresh content.

    here's my advise on what to do with this change.
     
    xenus, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    Caffeine is an infastructure change.. Sure it makes it faster but when you pull up garbage when you search speed does not matter in my opinion. Now maybe Google will fix the search results and again show quality like it once did.
     
    Barre Tire, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    So at last Google's Caffeine is live at all the datacenters (Timing: 6/08/2010 05:00:00 PM).
    I think it took more than six months time to live.
     
    markov, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    Its a great news for the search marketers and the searchers those who were anticipating this update from Google. Hope this will change the search experience of the searchers and create a new Google
     
    georgemoj, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    Well this has certainly been good news for my main website. Suddenly rankings are up across many of my targetted keywords and even some related keywords I haven't been specifically targetting.
     
    n00b1, Jun 9, 2010 IP
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    It doesn't ... the relative importance of ranking factors is not affected by Caffeine. It's all about indexing speed, increased storage capacity and making the index more flexible. Source:
    http://searchengineland.com/googles-new-indexing-infrastructure-caffeine-now-live-43891

    But I do believe Caffeine's purpose was not only to deliver results faster and store more, but to make the index more flexible. For example, assigning a 'label' of more than once country is now possible.

    There are no change in ranking factors as a result of Caffeine now, but I do believe the algorithm will be much easier to tweak now, and Google's ability to test and implement new filters to remove spam has been greatly enhanced. I fully expect to see Google target the things SEOs do to create links to their sites. "Self service links" - article directories, press releases, and the like - are likely to be much less effective, IMO.
     
    mjtaylor, Jun 9, 2010 IP