varun21 - 12:52 pm on Apr 23, 2013 (gmt 0)
@fred9989: I'm seeing the same. On my site the redirect has been in place for about less than a month. The old site still has all the pages indexed and show up in SERPs. And scrapper sites are ranking higher. Possibly because of the duplicate content penalty.
For the latency issues, I doubt that should be the case. If a new post can be indexed and result in the SERPs within a few hours, why should it take months to understand that a 301 means "permanently moved".