Not too long ago, a friend asked me about Google Caffeine and as my mind drew a blank all I could think of was a hot cup of coffee. In my newly sparked curiosity, I looked into this new product to see what it was all about. What I learned is that Google Caffeine is the new upcoming search engine for Google. Being a consumer also made this project more interesting to me.
Still undergoing development, Google Caffeine is not yet available. However, Google has made a beta version for users to try out while they finish.
I decided to take this new Google Caffeine beta and give a test drive myself. I compared the beta to the original Google search engine and at this point did not find much difference. However, there was an improvement in the speed and accuracy.
The first thing you should try out is testing to see the difference in speed for yourself. Try to search for common words and time how quickly it returns the results. Next, do the same with the beta version and see the difference in the two.
I am confident you will find as I did that the beta version is faster than the original search engine was.
The next thing I did was test out the accuracy of the results returned by both Google search engines. I found that the beta version returned many more related search results than that of the original search engine. Also known as 'less-related' results, the original Google search engine would return then as a blended search option.
While for general users this may bring a peace of mind, there are other things that others could be more concerned about. The interruption of keywords can affect the search results and can also affect the rank of the pages that it returns.
With this in mind, it might be a good idea for bloggers to maximize the potential of their blogs and websites to be sure that their pages still turn up in the results. Thankfully, this is just a beta for everyone to try out.
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