Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Google index increase to 9,58 billion

Wow a 33% increase since this post 10 days ago !!!



Update : 11h24 EDT
On a medium site (10,000 pages) the number of pages indexed have a 25% increase.
On a big site like CBC.ca / Radio-Canada.ca the number of pages indexed increase from more than 15,000 pages since yesterday just for the section (yesterday 14,900) of the Archive (yesterday 16,700) !

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who cares?

Is there any redeeming value to this?

and how do you consolidate that information with the information at the bottom of the google search page that says:

©2004 Google - Searching 4,285,199,774 web pages

Oliver said...

The number displayed at the bottom of the google index page never displays the right number of results these days.

Strange you posted as anonymous...

Eric Baillargeon said...

>Who cares?
>Is there any redeeming value to this?
>and how do you consolidate that information with the information at the >bottom of the google search page >that says:

>©2004 Google - Searching 4,285,199,774 web pages

Google have always been slow to update the number on the starting page. Usually when Yahoo increase his number of pages, Google correct that number.

Each november are a good timeframe for Google to make big move. Last one was Florida in 2003 and in first day of november 2001 they start indexing office document. We have to evaluate where are the new pages. In a lot of SEO forums in the last day we saw a increase of the activities of the GoogleBot.

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WebStractions said...

Damn good find Eric!

Any ideas on what is causing this jump yet?