Google's Service to Index Web sites on Demand

Google has planned to add a button to its Google Site Search control panel, that will allow companies to use the service to index their Web site on demand. Google's search site is $100 -plus per year search as a service offering for public Web sites.
Previously, Site Search customers had no choice other than to wait for Google's Web crawler to re-index their sites, which might take few days. The exact time to re-index a page depends upon the algorithm that Google uses to calculate the interval between indexing sessions.

Nitin Mangtani, a lead product manager for Google Enterprise Search products, declined to provide details about how that interval is determined.
When new content is added to Web site, it's effectively invisible to Google Site Search unit it gets indexed, to wait several days for this to happen makes things difficult and a good time waste. That's the reason why, Google is providing a Site Search customers the leash to its spider.
Nitin Mangtani said, "We re-index the Web sites when they change but we don't give the end-user any control over when they want them re-indexed. With this release, that's what we're offering them."
Adobe is using Google Site Search on its Web Site and the company recently tested on-demand indexing for the launch of Adobe Creative Suite 4.
Tanya Wendling, senior director for Learning Resources at Adobe said in a statement that "Google Site Search made it easy to implement search across our Creative Suite product line and online sites, and we are now able to index thousands of new pages and make them available to millions of users worldwide within hours"

There will be no impact on the information in the main Google Search index. "Any special indexing we do for business customers does not impact," said Mangtani. When it comes to secondary search box it will allow searches restricted to a specific site, its queries the main Google index rather than Google Site Search index. (Note: Secondary search boxes merely provide an alternate format to submit a query using the site: search operator.)

Mangtani cleared that some news sites may not need on-demand indexed because Google index high-volume producers of content more frequently than the average corporate Web site.. But sites like business or government, which are indexed several times a day, are most likely to use a bottom to summon Google's search crawler, he added.


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