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How often does google cache your pages for search results?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by ecksit, Aug 1, 2008.

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    I was just wondering, because recently I've made some major changes on my site and its been a few weeks and my old site description is still showing up on googles search results.
    SEMrush
    anyone know?
     
    ecksit, Aug 1, 2008 IP
    SEMrush
  2. ameran

    ameran Well-Known Member

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    The best and easiest way is to submit few links from your website to social networking such as LotText, Propeller and Digg. It is very effective and the crawlers from Google will be on your site in few hours.
     
    ameran, Aug 1, 2008 IP
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    Google usually indexes any new posts on my site within an hour. They don't show up in the cache immediately but they do show up almost instantly in the SERPs.
     
    hermione_dies, Aug 1, 2008 IP
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    lycos Well-Known Member

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    Generally, pages with more backlinks + regularly updated contents and to certain extent PageRank would mean that your site get indexed and cached more frequently. Sometimes it could take weeks most of the time two and it all depends on how well you carry out your SEO.

    Try to ping your site more often. That will help as well.
     
    lycos, Aug 1, 2008 IP
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    LiverpoolAnfield Peon

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    yep my posts too are indexed in google within an hour of posting in pr sites like prlog, wikio, etc
     
    LiverpoolAnfield, Aug 1, 2008 IP
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    angilina Notable Member

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    For my sites, Google cache the main pages within 7 days,but google do not often cache the internal pages. For some pages, cache even updates after 2 or so months.
     
    angilina, Aug 2, 2008 IP
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    navin_bvr Active Member

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    In My case, I submit my new posts to Digg, Yahoo Buzz, Google Reader, Wikio and some other using a plugin, As i Noticed within 1-2 hours maximum I have my site in Google, I used to search my post link using google search and its listed ther, I'm not sure that, am doing right...and its really included in Google.

    Edit: I suggest twitoaster.com to everyone who wants google to crawl their site fast, I noticed this helps alot!
     
    navin_bvr, Feb 8, 2011 IP
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    Bagless Active Member

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    My Wordpress blog gets cached within 24-48 hours but the more static sites get crawled every week or two. Speeded that up a bit once by resubmitting the sitemaps in Webmaster Tools but that could have been pure luck/coincidence!
     
    Bagless, Feb 8, 2011 IP
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    i have a blog and when i create new post my new post get cached and indexed in a minute by google
     
    denverice, Feb 9, 2011 IP
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    About 2 times in a week. Also when I submit a new post it cached within second in search result. Else I change any content of main domain it cache immediately.
     
    seoservicescontract, Feb 9, 2011 IP
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    Submit few links from your website to social networking!
     
    moshecogan, Feb 9, 2011 IP
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    Google cache takes time to update. Although if you publish unique fresh contents on your site, it will not take much time to let Google change your site's title, description etc.
     
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    yes may you not del your old data from there .
     
    pinki2000, Feb 9, 2011 IP
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    For my forum, I'd guess at 4 times per day at least.
     
    Steve Marino, Feb 10, 2011 IP
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    google crawls few times a month so we dont know when they will crawl. m also waiting for google to re-index my site
     
    jashanhoney, Feb 10, 2011 IP
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    Regular updates of the content is important, but not only that, overall popularity and active changes (posts, comments, polls etc.) make lots of sense too. Busy forums usually get cashed more often, busy news portals etc.
     
    Annel, Feb 10, 2011 IP
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    If you post a unique content in your site or blog... google will catch daily.

     
    RR111, Feb 10, 2011 IP
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    Good posting, Its fully depends upon the website. If update regularly it will cache within 1 or 2 hours. Best example for that any news websites. Normally the other sites it will take 1 week, up to my knowledge.
    thanks,
     
    michaelvk, Feb 10, 2011 IP
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    It seems like every two weeks.
     
    Music Loops, Feb 22, 2011 IP
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    Actually it takes 2-3 weeks before the cache get to be started and that's normal but sometimes it take only for days before the next cache.
     
    Angelica9800, Feb 23, 2011 IP