Google Adds "Last Updation Date" To Web Indexing

As reported earlier, that Google has started indexing web pages much faster. They’ve now replaced the date when Google last indexed a page with the number of minutes, hours or days since that event. I’ve managed to see this new format with the use of the site: operator. Google, Search Engine, Search, Web Search, Google Search, Blog Indexing, Index, […]

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As reported earlier, that Google has started indexing web pages much faster. They’ve now replaced the date when Google last indexed a page with the number of minutes, hours or days since that event. I’ve managed to see this new format with the use of the site: operator.

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