Google And Real-Time Web Indexing

There was a time, when you had to wait for days (if not weeks) to see your content indexed by Google. Now a days, many web pages are indexed in 5-10 minutes. At least this is what’s happening to many blog homepages, which are updated in almost real time. Here you can see the homepage of a […]

There was a time, when you had to wait for days (if not weeks) to see your content indexed by Google. Now a days, many web pages are indexed in 5-10 minutes. At least this is what’s happening to many blog homepages, which are updated in almost real time. Here you can see the homepage of a PageRank 4 blog:


and here's the proof that the blog post that was created 11 minutes earlier (the result is from Google Blog Search):


Google could use the ping feature of the blog search engine to get notifications when a site is updated. This doesn't work for all the blogs, so there may still be a prioritization algorithm.

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Source:→ googlesystem

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