Google getting faster

Remember the good old days when it used to take Google weeks to index sites? I do. Ahh, the good old days of 2000. Anyway, as richards tirade shows us Google is now building new indexes within two days of the events (I was #1 last night, tonight I’m #31).

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  1. I think Google is getting indeed faster, but only of a selected set of websites (i.e. the A list bloggers). For the rest of us, it barely notices the site even after full weeks. Or maybe the SEO matters as well?

  2. I think Google is getting indeed faster, but only of a selected set of websites (i.e. the A list bloggers). For the rest of us, it barely notices the site even after full weeks. Or maybe the SEO matters as well?

  3. Google is faster… but not for new sites like mine. Actually, that’s a lie. I found out yesterday I was tagged for a post I made two days before. But not for any of my other posts.

    Win some, ya lose some.

  4. Google is faster… but not for new sites like mine. Actually, that’s a lie. I found out yesterday I was tagged for a post I made two days before. But not for any of my other posts.

    Win some, ya lose some.