The release of 'Caffeine' has been the discussion by so many webmasters over the previous few months, but unlike many other releases, Google seem to have taken their time with this release. Google have lately confirmed that the new structure has been released across the Internet.
The major factor in this current update is that any content released onto a website will be searchable as soon as it is crawled, which in turn will benefit both webmaster and Google users.
"On top of the content issues Google have been trying to urge webmasters to speed up the process of how their website works, by using server-side technologies such as Gzip compression that can compress a webpage to 10% of its current size, and in return will load faster for those with slower internet connections. This is a part of the quality that Google is trying to reach."
"It makes sense and will also benefit all parties involved. If you was to speed up your website using GZip compression, it will benefit the user, which is one small issue that Google are trying to aim at. Google already reward webmasters for quality with their pay per click system called Adwords and it seems to work a treat, so why not use the same technique for search engine optimisation?"
"Of course speed is only one small factor that Google have been looking at, but we are looking forward to seeing how the new Caffiene structure settles and analysing the changes over the next few months."
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