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Is your Google cache relevant to SERPS?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by nilomas, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. nilomas

    nilomas Regular Member

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    I redesigned my site a few days back and our cache on Google has stayed the same for about 4-5 days now. We've added a bunch of content since the changes and really focused down. None of these pages have been indexed yet. So does this mean Google has not crawled my site in 4-5 days? I think we are being manually reviewed or something because I've never had pages take this long to index.
     
  2. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    If your site is not hot for google the cache could be even a month old. Do you update it frequently?

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  3. nilomas

    nilomas Regular Member

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    We update it a few times a day, probably 4-5 really good posts. Our site is only 2 weeks old though.
     
  4. jhonson5

    jhonson5 Power Member

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    Actually, the moment I found the cache links missing, I went straight to the preview to find them there. The obvious reason being that is the place where you will see it on Bing and I expected the "innovative" Google to do the same.


    So now that FB has a few things new, it is a matter of time before we find them on the "innovative" google+.