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  1. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 27, 2005: Google Claim To Be Most Comprehensive But Backing Away From Counts, Searchers Loving The First Result, Detecting Phishing Sites, Search Spending On The Rise, Google's

    Claims To Be Most Comprehensive - But Helps Defuse Size Wars By Dropping Home Today's search podcast covers Google's claim to be most comprehensive but dropping index size as proof of that, plus Google's second birthday this month,

  2. End Of Size Wars? Google Says Most Comprehensive But Drops Home Page Count

    However, dropping the home page count is a positive move that I think helps defuse the entire size wars situation. Why have the size wars persisted? Bigger no longer meant better, irregardless of the many size wars that continued to erupt.

  3. Daily SearchCast, Aug. 16, 2005: Yahoo & Miva Settle Patent Dispute, Paid Listings Program At Ask Opens Formally, Index Size Wars & More

    I Dare Google & Yahoo To Report On Relevancy looks at why in my opinion, the current dispute over index size between Google and Yahoo is yet another waste of time that avoids focusing on the figure everyone really wants, a relevancy figure.

  4. New Estimate Puts Web Size At 11.5 Billion Pages & Compares Search Engine Coverage

    More on this in my past article, Search Engine Size Wars V Erupts. Search Engine Size Wars V Erupts from last November and some historic articles on the Google has claimed to have the biggest search index, with 8.1 billion pages.