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Obviously this is not like the snapshots of old where all the stuff is a month out of date, they will be using a significant amount of data from just a few days ago. This strikes me as the next step towards the truly rolling updates. Most of us are seeing content being added every few days so that is no longer part of the main update thingy.
i've just put up a new site and am currently seeking links, as per your recommendations, all datacenters except -fi are showing the first link I requested, which was only added 2 days ago. Does that have any relevance? Hopefully not a too stupid a post - new to all this stuff, thanks for the great advice across the forum.
You're seeing a new backlink to your site? In a link:domain.com search? Or some other method?
Sorry to doubt you but I'm sure we'd know by now if backlinks were being updated.
joined:June 15, 2001
perhaps Google is starting to add links on the fly as it ads pages?
Would be good if they could do the same with pr though.
joined:Feb 26, 2003
Fi is full of fresh tags.
Okay, well there were no fresh tags when I posted, there are plenty now. That was my last post before going out for several beers - I figured I'd return to either a blaze or glory or a blaze of looking totally stupid. Sadly it is the latter.
Because the 'hurricane naming system' that WebMasterWorld began applying to each update was the second best thing I liked about the google dance. (The thing I liked most was update itself).
Could anybody give an 'F'?
joined:Feb 26, 2003
"I have just had a sudden movement"
Have you been eating prunes?
Just a theory, but could the data centers be working on a spectrum with one data center showing any and all results for a key phrase, and then another data center on the other end of the spectrum eliminating all the waste. Each data center would have a different algo that for each end of the spectrum until it hits the middle. The data center in the middle could be the main index.
I am still somewhat new to this, so I apologize if this sounds way off base.