A short while ago a friend asked me what I knew about Google Caffeine and all I could think about at that present time was coffee. Curious about what this was, I spent some time looking into what it was. Turns out Google Caffeine is the newest up and coming version of the Google search engine. As a consumer this upgraded version can be helpful 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 thought I’d take the new search engine for a test drive of my own and found that for the most part, the Google Caffeine and the original Google search engine are still very similar. There was however, a different in the speed and accuracy of the newer version.
To start off, try comparing the speed of the two search engines. Use just one word and when you get the search results do the same with the newer beta version to compare the difference in how fast it returns results.
I am confident you will find as I did that the beta version is faster than the original search engine was.
The next thing was to try out the accuracy of the search results between the two. Google Caffeine was indeed more accurate with the return results than what the original Google search engine returned. The original returned more results that were called blended search options.
For most users, the finding of these tests may ease their worries. However, this may not be the case for others. The Key words are interrupted in many different ways, which can have an effect on the results and the order in which it returns results possible leaving higher ranking pages unsearched.
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.