SearchRankings.Net updates for August, 2009. Google has begun to release a new version of the Google Search Engine, code named ‘caffeine’. According to Google they are making the new version of the search engine available to web masters and developers so they can test it against web sites, and search terms and report back any finding to Google before Google releases the new version web wide. This latest version of Google will not effect the user interface so Google will not look any different on the surface, the changes are all on the back-end and are algorithm related. SearchRankings.Net has tested many of our current client sites and terms, and most of our results are the same in both versions. In some cases our terms actually rank better in the new version. Our feeling based on what we have read is that Google is going to layer in the changes from the new version into the current version, rather than just sending out a blanket new version.