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'Add a result' feature - a way to index your pages faster? silverbytes msg:3938503 10:49 pm on Jun 22, 2009 (gmt 0) If you login to your google account you can customize search results. There is a link "add a result" at bottom, I wonder about the effect of adding some non indexed pages of your sites there.
I think google wants to know what users think about their result so mainly it's a way to check how good their results are.
I moved some files to a folder recently and those are not still indexed. So: would that be a way to faster indexing?
In principle I'll not use it, just resubmit my sitemap and wait. But is tempting....
tedster msg:3938897 4:57 pm on Jun 23, 2009 (gmt 0)
The question I have is "faster than what?" I can't see this approach being any faster than updating a sitemap, for instance. This could be a url-discovery method, but as such it would only bring about spidering, and not necessarily indexing. silverbytes msg:3940407 6:18 pm on Jun 25, 2009 (gmt 0)