Gorgwatcher - 8:12 am on May 6, 2010 (gmt 0)
can you tell me how can you identify a caffeine datasets. What is the specific difference between a normal dataset and a caffeine dataset,
All of us have seen caffeine and have posted our observation about it, but none of us has given any specific signals that ensures that you are getting caffeine.
Apart from ranking shuffle, there is no clear evidence.
Initially we are declaring the different google SERPs for same query and termed one as caffeine. Which is now appear to be (I reported earlier and many other members then) the TWO DATA SET Theory. Initially majority of us were claiming that one of this data set is caffeine but IMO this is something different and it was just happening cause of implementation of new file system to database.
So do we have some specific identifying parameters to declare a result as caffeine results :)
Let me start with :
1. Index Size is an identification of caffeine