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Google and Speed

Post by Telnic on Tue 30 Dec 2014, 12:35 pm

dialaroom12-29-2009 10:02 PM




Google and Speed
 
I've been reading a lot over the Christmas Holidays about Google Caffeine, the name given to Google's next algorithm update that is going live after the holidays. 

"The speed your website and web pages load, or in our case the Tel Proxy will play a factor. Websites that are clean, relevant, precise and to the point, meaningful and focused on the subject. Sites not stuffed with customer reviews, endless blogs, links and endless images, Google will favour and bring higher up into the natural results."

The above paragraph is made up from quotes from some of the top SEO sites, Including Googles own Matt Cutts.

Sounds to me like they're describing .tel. Great News for everyone developing a .tel.

dottel12-29-2009 10:57 PM




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Originally Posted by dialaroom (Post 3985)
I've been reading a lot over the Christmas Holidays about Google Caffeine, the name given to Google's next algorithm update that is going live after the holidays. 

"The speed your website and web pages load, or in our case the Tel Proxy will play a factor. Websites that are clean, relevant, precise and to the point, meaningful and focused on the subject. Sites not stuffed with customer reviews, endless blogs, links and endless images, Google will favour and bring higher up into the natural results."

The above paragraph is made up from quotes from some of the top SEO sites, Including Googles own Matt Cutts.

Sounds to me like they're describing .tel. Great News for everyone developing a .tel.



[size]
This is already launched on one datacenter and will be implemented all after holidays..

It's not just for .tel but applies to all domain extensions.[/size]

dialaroom12-30-2009 12:22 PM




Of course everyone knows it's not just for .tel. 
My point was that .tel by its very nature has all the points that google favour, so we should see some good SERPs for developing .tels. 
Just trying to give a litte encouragement to us poor .tel owners developing our domains.

dottel.net12-31-2009 12:53 PM




anyone any insight as to whether they will indeed still be indexing the tel proxy page vs actually querying the dns for the data?

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