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How long do things stay in Google Cache?

Discussion in 'Google' started by maddie73, Nov 1, 2008.

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    How long does it take for Google cache to clear? Does your stuff you've deleted just stay in there forever?

    I'm wondering, because I removed some articles from one site and closed my account, and I'd like to post them to another site, but they won't accept anything that's already online. They use Copyscape, and the posts will show up as already published.

    Anyone know how to get around this?
     
    maddie73, Nov 1, 2008 IP
  2. Gnoc

    Gnoc Active Member

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    Just setup the robot.txt file to stop crawling your site - I think it will stop catching your page and may be it remove all the content already catched .

    Gnoc
     
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    #3
    It depends on the site, but you could expect half a year or more.
    If you own the site you can try to delete cache with Google Webmastering Tools.
    Google has a good memory.
     
    keym4k3r, Nov 1, 2008 IP
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    myemailid911 Banned

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    #4
    you can delete your pages from google cache via webmaster's tools
     
    myemailid911, Nov 1, 2008 IP
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    you should try email google about this. go to their help page.
     
    tim987, Nov 2, 2008 IP
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    Much better, re-write those articles or make them better and informative...
     
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    I think robot.txt file is the best options
     
    seo999, Nov 2, 2008 IP
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    To get your page cache cleared from Google, you have to clear that page and can use robot.txt
     
    aadisharma, Nov 3, 2008 IP
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    you need to specify in robot.txt file and upload on ftp
     
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    if robots.txt doesn't work, use link remove tool in Webmaster Tool.
     
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    almost 1 month will be, this is according to your site, many sites are crawling requlerly. If you doing SEO works regularly will crawl ur site fast. Any how work with robot.txt theer u can stop crawling any dir, file etc
     
    rena, Nov 3, 2008 IP