Google is building up a system, which will allow site owners to submit their content for few seconds. This will be the next big step of Google after its real-time search engine built several months ago.

It seems that Google will be using PuSH protocol or also called HTTP streaming technology, which I think would be definitely better than the old famous crawlers. If Google makes that indexation with PuSH, it is obvious that most websites will need to apply that technology and declare space where its new content is appearing (RSS for example).

How would it work?

Google will subscribe for this PuSH feed you put on your website and will immediately notice when there’s something new in your website and publish it real-time.

Anyway, this technology is not going to reply the crawling, as the crawling will help finding those PuSH feeds.

PuSH is an open protocol, which means that the indexation real-time won’t be done only in Google, but all the other search engines as well.

Who will make it first?
That’s something we will know very soon. Any suggestions?

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