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Algorithm Used For Indexing Twitter Comments, Facebook, Linkedin
Posted 27 September 2008 - 10:07 AM
My Twitter comments don't appear to be getting indexed yet, but Jill's are, as are some other folks I know.
I'm wondering if this is related to longevity, frequency of activity, # followers, etc. Once I figure this stuff out, I'll either post in my blog or as a twitter comment, and/or here if I get the answer and don't see it already here.
Point me to a relevant thread if there is one.
Posted 27 September 2008 - 10:33 AM
You'll need to build up your followers to build up your PR and then they'll start indexing yours.
Frankly though, I'm not sure why you'd want them indexed. I actually wish G did NOT index mine. (It keeps me honest though, to know that they can and do get found by the world.)
Posted 28 September 2008 - 12:07 PM
Some of this stuff may be almost immaterial, perhaps borderline irrelevant, but it's like that food morsel that gets caught between your teeth. If you don't remove it, it will drive you batty.
The other thing is that I have clients who ask these questions (happened this week), so I dig. Yeah you're not expected to know everything but it feels good to be smart about something. It might not be the best use of my time, but it happens.
Along these lines I dug, poked, and grappled with header title limits. I read/communicated with Randy I think once that search engines would index more than what is displayed. More food grit... My findings indicate that Yahoo and Google will index up to 95 characters but Google, anyway, will display a max of 70 chars and if a word splits at 70 it will truncate the word and display something like dot dot dot (...) This is all refutable, over?
Sometimes you just gotta know or ....
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