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Wednesday, November 10, 2004
 
Google's Index Nearly Doubles

From Google's blog:
You probably never notice the large number that appears in tiny type at the bottom of the Google home page, but I do. It's a measure of how many pages we have in our index and gives an indication of how broadly we search to find the information you're looking for. Today that number nearly doubled to more than 8 billion pages. That made me smile.
Of course, InsideGoogle readers knew this hours ago. CBS MarketWatch reports that the new MSN Search has "only" 5 billion pages. Guess it paid off for Google to be prepared. Who wants to bet Microsoft just rewrote its press releases?

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