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I saw the title of this thread and I burst out laughing.
Guess we all did, that's why we read the thread.
To be honest I don't think they're too worried if a couple of thousand SEOs click refresh every ten minutes
What do you do in those 10 minutes? How can you stand it that long?
.... and you're all very, very, sad :P
Can't speak for the others, but I know.
Oh, and the time means I've lost my bet on this [webmasterworld.com] thread. Duh.
And the saddest part about it, I never had these symptoms before I came to this site yesterday. I didn't even bother! It all went past me without a twitch. and now, see what happened. A whimpering SEO going slightly mad.
I guess, finally, I lost it.
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The "Odds on Google" thread made Google decide not to update this month because a spare Google mousepad could not be allocated for use as a prize.
*lol* good one!
i have a question though:
a delayed google update means a delayed spidering after google update. correct?!
that means i am winning time to accomplish a site i want to have in the index in november/december >> i am happy about the situation.
Yeah, if he knew the update was going to be late this month like it was he could have been a nice Googleguy and saved a lotta SEO types some grief. Such might keep down speculation of "Google is broken" or sort circulating around too.
There hasn't been material little updates either. I guess in theory being able to do lots of updates on the fly would result in the best and freshest index. At this point this seems beyong Google's ability. The complexity of calculating PageRank would make doing this difficult.
Need the Update ....
Up ...Date ... Up ....Date
Please Mr. Google...
Please Ms. Googlebot ...
Please GoogleGuy ....
For the love of god ...and google....
This next update will either have me quiting my day job, or it will kill me (my job) either way. I have worked endlessly on a number of new websites. All month they have been pulling in bits of traffic from the google fresh tags ....I know they got spidered last month for this update. I wonder what will crack sooner me or webmasterworld from all these "please update posts".