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Google made the decision today to flip it’s Google US live servers over to be AJAX driven, instead if the regular flat HTML that we all know and love.
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from shark 2149 Days ago #
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Well, this is pretty much going to throw a wrench in the works of rank checking programmes and anything that makes use of regular expressions. Sad face :(

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from footinmouthdisease 2148 Days ago #
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*Should be noted that the comments section of that post show that most likely this is just a limited bucket test on several Datacenters.Nonetheless, the fact that Google is far enough into considering AJAX to launch a test like that, certainly should draw the attention of any rank providing company.

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from debram 2148 Days ago #
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The effects would be farther reaching than just rank checkers:  <u><font size="2" color="#0000ff"><font size="2" color="#0000ff">http://sphinn.com/story/99394</font></font></u>

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from shalom 2147 Days ago #
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if you have SEO for firefox installed you will notice that it does not work in regular google.com - however if you create manual query urls you can step around the AJAX.

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