A Nov. 1 Google Webmaster blog post explains that Google only crawls third-party systems “where it makes sense.”
“As the Web evolves, Google’s crawling and indexing capabilities also need to progress. We improved our indexing of Flash, built a more robust infrastructure called Caffeine, and we even started crawling forms where it makes sense,” blogged Pawel Aleksander Fedorynski, software engineer, indexing team, and Maile Ohye, developer programs tech lead at Google.
The index change was realized by Matt Cutts, Digital Trends said, who tweeted: “Googlebot keeps getting smarter. Now has the ability to execute AJAX/JS to index some dynamic comments.”
Although the index change doesn’t mean that Googlebot can read or index your personal comments on your Facebook wall, it does mean that if you use the social networks to login to certain websites, the comment can be traced to you in a Google search.
“Besides Facebook Comments, services such as Intense Debate, Disqus and Livefyre can be indexed,” Digital Trends said.
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