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Index vs Cached and Benefits of Noarchive tag

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by joricam, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. joricam

    joricam Junior Member

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    Hi' I've been searching and reading and can't find a concensus, trough my lateste experiments I came to the conclusion that my site shows up in "site:h**p:// blablabla", but the listed resulsts are not cached. What does this mean?

    Also, does the no archive tag makes your sites being faster crawled?
     
  2. LyNHS

    LyNHS Regular Member

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    There's a no archive tag? Wait... so you can disallow any website from caching/archiving your site? The cache is an archive... and I'm not too sure if it gets faster crawled if it doesn't get cached.... maybe but I'm not sure.
     
  3. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    Can't really comment on the first part although G sometimes takes a while to update the visible cached version.

    For the second part, I've never seen any difference in spidering speed (which is mainly a function of backlinks and regularity of publishing of new content IMHO) and it's a huge red flag if you're cloaking.
     
  4. joricam

    joricam Junior Member

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    well they do have it for something... so maybe...