Google Cache Checker
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About Google Cache Checker
Once your new website is launched its time to get found online and to get found the very first step is indexing your website in Google. We have already discussed about this in detail and we have Google Index checker tool where you can check the Google index status and you'll also find useful tips to index your website in Google. You're done submitting your website in Google and Google crawlers are ready to crawl your website and index in its search results. Is that it? Yes, but apart from index whenever Google bots crawls your site content it captures and saves your webpage copy in its cache server as a backup. So why does Google stores web pages in its cache server?
Google Cache Server:
A cache server is basically a server that is severed to store online contents and web pages locally. Usually acts like a backup and a good example is wayback machine where you can check all cached version of a website and online documents. By saving these contents in cache server or temporary storage they can serve these contents quickly to the users who does a similar search next time. This significantly reduces the data access time and bandwidth.
So how exactly does Google cache work? Every time Google bot crawls your web content it stores the entire webpage document in its cache server that is both HTML and images. To speed up the search process Google uses this cached version. Instead of going through website again it uses cached version to judge if the user query and your site content are a good match.
Basically for every website Google creates a cached version and includes the cache link along with the website in its search results. It's like Google's backup version of your actual webpage content. While Google uses this previously indexed cache copy to speed up the user query, there are many uses for users.
1. If a website is down, users can use this cached version to view its content
2. If the owner has removed the webpage, users can still access its content using Google cache
3. Google servers are actually fast and in case if the website is too slow you can view the site using Google cached copy.
Whenever you search for a keyword Google display results based on content from its cache results. Try doing a search in Google, hover the small arrow next to URL, click on cached and take a look at the Google's cached version of the page. You'll see the Google's copy highlighting your search query that are contained in the webpage.
It also displays this information: "This is Google's cache of http://websitename.com. It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 14 May 2017 01:27:40 GMT.
The current page could have changed in the meantime."
You can also view full version of the cached page, text-only version and the page source.
Google uses this cache information to display your website in search result for user search query. In order to get optimal performance in search engine ranking pages it is recommended that you ensure Google has the latest copy of your webpage. If your website's latest copy is not available in Google cache server then it will not be able to display your site in search results even if your on page SEO is strong.
By submitting your website again in webmaster tools you can let Google to cache your pages. Every time you create or update a page or post make sure to ping it and submit it to Google crawlers. It is essential to know that there are no change or difference in your webpage content and Google cache. You can know this by checking when Google last cached your webpage. By using the above method you can check the Google cache for any website. It shows the time and date of when Google took a screen shot and stored in its cache. What if you wish to check the Google cache status for several web pages?
Bulk Google Cache Checker Tool:
Both Google Index Checker and Google Cache checker works in similar way. While index checker checks the index status. Google cache checker checks the cache status. Like all the other SEO tools, Google Cache checker is also free and it's a bulk tool where you can check Google cache status for 20 URL's in a row.
Enter the webpage URL (Max: 20URL's) and click on submit. This tool returns the Google cache status for each link. It shows "not cached" if Google has not cached the webpage. If Google has cached then it shows the date and time of when Google cache has occurred for the particular webpage.