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Why Cant google have "Live" Updates?

Discussion in 'Google' started by hitboy, Jul 26, 2007.

  1. Mihai

    Mihai Active Member

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    #21
    This is exactly like when you are analysing a living organism. If its evolution would be fast you could immediately see the differences between 2 different points and so create a logical scheme of how it works.
    SEMrush
    Slow turn-arrounds guarantee that the Google algo is well protected against behaviour analysis.
     
    Mihai, Jul 27, 2007 IP
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    skins4webs Well-Known Member

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    #22
    "Fluctuating data will always be less credible because it doesn't give proper information all the time. One day your site can perform as a PR7 and the next day it can perform as a PR1, that would not give a good balance of how your site performs on average."

    Tremendous point.
     
    skins4webs, Jul 27, 2007 IP
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    sweetfunny Banned

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    #23
    Exactly its so people dont exploit the system as easily. Plus Google has to perform a deep crawl to extract all the data to evaluate page rank properly. This would be a drain on not only their resources but the webmasters servers as well.

    Although it would be handy to have Pagerank display a more accurate value such as PR5.9 instead of rounding it up or down to the nearest whole number.
     
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    PowerExtreme Banned

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    #24
    i think it should be 15 days and not 3 months
     
    PowerExtreme, Jul 27, 2007 IP
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    #25
    I think I read somewhere that it is a very resource intensive process and thus only performed intermittently. The reason is that the scale is relative. A PR 4 only has meaning in terms of it's relationship to a PR3 or PR8, etc. So it doesn't seem to me anyway to be something that they could do on a partial or rolling basis as the entire PR system gets updated and then mathematically adjusted to fit on their 10 point scale.
     
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    #26
    As far as my experience goes (I'm a newbie with only 64 sites online since 1993), Google updates in two ways, mass updates and selective updates. I see pages of mine updating all the time in PR and backlinks but honestly, I'm only concerned with my SERPS.

    my three biggest tips/tricks I could tell any new blogger is
    #1 - build good content
    #2 - Use social networking sites like Digg, MyBlogLog, BlogCatalog and ALWAYS add a Feedburner link to your site.
    #3 - Use TAGS - especially Technorati tags and use UltimateTagWarrior.

    Oh no, I think I just gave away the best tips from all those crappy E-Books you might buy on Clickbank.... :rolleyes:
     
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    syedwasi87 Active Member

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    #27
    also..it could be that since there are so so many sites..it takes time..not that they cant do it..

    i think its more of letting us wait for it...live PR updates would make people go in sorta frenzy ;-)
     
    syedwasi87, Jul 27, 2007 IP