Discussion in 'Google' started by alodia, Nov 19, 2011.
:blink: please share your knowledge and experience about this topic... thanks!
The average is 3 month for google dance.
every 3 months?? is that the max?
so, does it mean that every index update will be added in 3months because as thedigger told google dance happens one's every 3 months
Hi alodia... This is the average time taken by google to update the page rank. When google starts updating page rank, google dance happens. From last 1 year the average is 4-5 months per PR updation. So its not a fix time for google dance
2 years ago, google dance happen every quarter. because googe change analytics quarterly. Now, i think it happens once a month.
Wow!! thanks for all this infos, very very helpful guys! keep it up.
Google indexed pages everyday. they use a specific algorism to calculate the PR. There is not specific time, when a site reach a higher pr, they will update it right away
Google dance is actually used for in the ranking fluctuations at the time of PR updates. This happens due to the PR changes in several datacenters. As we are observing that since past two years, PR updation is not going on regularly so the Google dance is varying with it too.
This is the first time that I've heard of it. What about?
I read somewhere that..it occurs 34 times a year. But I don't think it happens now. Google algorithm started to love quality links and contents and some failed sites will be thrown back and this is now termed as a google dance but I don;t think it is active now.
I noticed that it happens to my new sites that are about to outrank my competition.
I think it also happens if you made major changes to your site (structure, content etc)
Google dance, the period when Google is rebuilding its rankings, and results fluctuate widely for a 3 to 5 day period. Because Google is constantly crawling and updated selected pages, their search results will vary slightly over the course of the month. However, it is only during the Google Dance that these results can swing wildly.
I thought it's just for new sites? Old authoritative sites don't suffer from the dance from my experience, that is, if you don't treat normal fluctuations are dancing.
In search engine optimization (SEO), Google Dance is an out-dated slang term used to describe the period of time in which Google used to rebuild its rankings, and as a result of this rebuilding, rankings of Web sites on Google's SERP may fluctuate in order during a several day period. The "Google Dance" would happen anywhere up to 36 times per year, however in 2003 Google begun updating its index on a weekly basis, which all but eliminated the Google Dance.
You could read more about it here
No one will says the exact answer for your question.. ( Who knows! Google only knows!)
Yes, Ms Rose is right Google has not given any prior notification for such kind of Google dance. It can be any time schedule.
Everytime the music is played Sorry couldnt resist.
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