12 May 2015 SEO Roundtable
I`m not sure if you would call this an update to the information we`ve been provided, but it`s supposed to be a clarification to the confusion surrounding the Panda update from Google`s Mariya Moeva. IMO, she`s leaves a lot left on the table.
In fact, one of the commentors does a much better job explaining what Google should be able to explain succinctly and intelligently. The rest of the commentors concur. Here`s how he does it:
"This is not so complex .. its gathering data and metrics in realtime, but this is stored, and not used on the index in realtime. To reflect those updated metrics and data, Google then needs to run an update on the index.
To realtime update the index would be impossible as there are far too many parts to the jigsaw puzzle to calculate on the fly. For example lets say Panda thinks your website is a gem, and should be #1, but Penguin thinks you should be #999, and to factor this in realtime for every website the calculations and math required would be intense. Now weigh in another 100+ factors, and try a "realtime" index."