• http://johnsantangelo.me johnsantangelo

    Any idea if the search query will remain behind the hash instead of the “old” search?q= once live, and if that will bring back the concerns over referral and query tracking that came up with the recent “ajax” test?

  • http://Propsblog.com Leah Waddill

    It will be exciting to see the changes in indexing!

  • http://www.hdvideoconvertermac.com/ softwaresoda168

    I just wait for the good search.

  • http://www.mecagoenlos.com Errioxa

    I don’t see big changes…

  • jacktrombones

    The new search engine ranked my agency’s website better than with the old version. We also beefed up our internet presence management efforts, which probably also contributed to the better ranking. More at http://domusinc.blogspot.com/2009/08/google-search-engine-changes.html

  • http://cartercole.com Carter Cole

    i wrote a page to compare the two its here


    it helps to see the differences with a side by side comparison

  • http://www.crearecommunications.co.uk Oliver

    I’m just wondering if this will benefit any of the sites I optimise or make them appear lower in google. I will have to wait and keep checking the ranking of the sites. Thanks for the information.

  • http://www.mooladays.com AlbertF

    I really wonder what has changed. I really doubt it is that much different except a bit of tweaks here and there that will greater the relevancy of the results. All in all, I believe this was needed because it seemed as if the search results were full of irrelevant topics when doing a search query before then. Good to see Google trying to improve their algo.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com nickstamoulis

    It should be interesting to see the major changes withing the Google “caffeine” update…overall I agree with you what has always worked will for on site and off site optimization should remain consistent, but certain aspects shifting…time will really tell what (if any) the major changes will be…

  • http://www.tag44.com tag44

    Thanks Vanessa for the post and for sharing the same in this blog.

  • Nickler Odoya

    Caffeine, like other Google updates scared the hell out of webmasters
    who were dancing close to the line. Many went on to run spam free sites
    while others are lost.

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