Just to let you all know that Google are testing a new version of their engine codename "caffeine".
To try out their engine visit my hub on Google Caffeine
Just read about it over my morning coffee. I suspect things just got a bit tougher for SEO gurus out there. In the old Google, theoretically they didn't put as much relevance on content keywords. I take it that may have now just changed? Can you expand a bit on how this impacts us hubbers and bloggers?
I did read your Hub , I thought Goggle was gonna send us all free coffee .. No seriously I almost clicked on the ad for; submitt your url...but thankfully did not!! (phew) ,I checked them out via Goggle though.
I did not notice heavier URL emphasis for keywords, but it certainly loads very fast. I guess that's why they call it Caffeine.
I just tried it out. It's pretty interesting. Seems easier to find exactly what you are looking for. But now that I know I can update some stuff.
I wish Hubpages could make the ads invisible to other hubbers. Perhaps something that could be put in the suggestion box?
P.S. This new engine seems to like Hubpages
When I put in the operator site:Hubpages.com into the new engine I got 1,830,000 results. On the old engine I got 1,800,000, which means they are indexing a lot more from this site, including tag pages and profile pages.
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