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SEO: Instant Pages in Google Chrome

Posted on the 25 May 2012 by Yogeshvashist98 @YogeshVashist98

Been instant search results? Now to be reckoned with instant web pages offered by Google. The first system, called Google Instant, displays search results as and when you type the query, via an algorithm that predicts what will be the full request, based on popular search terms.

Instant pages in Google Chrome

This system would save 2-5 seconds per search, can be enabled or disabled in the settings of Google search. Already announced in June 2011, pages instant go a little further down the speed … When Google estimates that the first search result has a high potential to interest the visitor, the website is preloaded in the browser and click on the result is then displayed the page instantly. This feature is currently only available in Chrome (a good way to get more market share!)

Google says that this feature will have no impact on Analytics data: only the pages visited by the user will be counted. Webmasters are invited to facilitate prefetching pages in Chrome by consulting a small guide online .With this system, the first pages of results will be even more favored because they receive a bonus loading, bonuses that do not necessarily reflect real-time loading of the site. Sites less well positioned to give the appearance load slower, and therefore logically be less appreciated by users … The system is therefore somewhat perverse. Predict which pages will be selected by users and do everything to promote, that’s a little unfair on the part of Google source: instantly.html-

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