Google recently unveiled the “Google 2.0″. It’s the next generation Google Search Engine to compete with the likes of Bing and Facebook. Google is and has always been a work in progress in the thought that they frequently changed little things in their gigantic algorithym for how sites rank, how pagerank is decided, and the usual. Today, things are a little bit different because Google has unveiled what is going to be a totally new search engine from the inside, although it looks like the normal old Google on the outside.
The new search engine is faster, more efficient, index pages faster, and provide more accurate results. While it isn’t completely finished yet, The Big G has infact let the public visit a web developer preview of the new search engine here.(note: sometimes the new engine doesn’t work for several hours)
At the current stage and time, they are looking for developer feedback on the differences between the “public google” and the “google caffeine” results. Whether or not you submit your feedback, it is interesting to see how your sites will rank when the Google Caffeine infrastructure is moved into the real google.com in the “next few weeks and months.”