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Search Engine Optimization => Advanced Search Engine Optimization => Topic started by: Zinavocouk on 07-22-2015, 02:01:09

Title: What is Cache
Post by: Zinavocouk on 07-22-2015, 02:01:09
Cache is the process performed by search engine crawler at a regular interval of time. It used to scan and take snapshot of each page over world wide web as well as store as a backup copy. Almost every search engine result page incorporates a cached link for every site. However, clicking over cached link show you the last Google cached version of that specific page rather than of current version. Also, you can directly prefix “cache:http://www.example.com” with the desired URL to view its cached version.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: ajaymehta588 on 07-22-2015, 03:10:29
A cache is a folder of recently visited webpages, which is stored on your computer’s hard drive, and maintained by your Internet browser. The purpose of a cache is to speed up the loading of webpages. Your computer’s hard drive collects data from websites that you visit, so that when you visit them again, certain aspects of the previously visited pages (such as graphics) don’t have to be reloaded the next time, and this makes the loading time a little bit shorter.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: Gaurav Singh on 07-22-2015, 03:24:19
The cache is a place on your computers hard disk where your browser keeps things that it downloaded in case they’re needed in future. When you first visit a page on any site, the browser will download the graphics(logo etc) so that it can be shown every time that you visit a different page on the site, the graphics(logo etc) doesn’t need to be downloaded again; as long as the same logo is displayed, it’s already here.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: josephinek on 07-22-2015, 05:10:40
Thanks to giving nice information about cache.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: dexterousweb on 08-08-2015, 02:29:43
Cache a part of a computer's memory where information is kept so that the computer can find it very quickly
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: rahul123 on 08-14-2015, 01:59:39
1. An act of catching something, typically a ball.
2. A game in which a ball is thrown back and forth between two or more players.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: TomClarke on 04-27-2016, 02:03:23
"A cache is a type of dynamic and high speed memory that is used to supplement the function of the central processing unit and the physical disk storage. The cash acts as a buffer when the CPU tries to access data from the disk so the data traveling from the CPU and physical disks can have synchronized speed."
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: highvoltpower on 05-14-2016, 01:24:43
Catching website is checked by cache. It is used to see cache status of your website. it indicate active participation of crawler on your site. If crawler is visit your site daily and updating data on your site, it means your website being cached.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: SEO.Ninja on 05-16-2016, 06:38:35
Caching of website is checked by “cache:seoninja.com”.
This is used to see cache status of website. Cache status indicate active participation of crawler on your website. If crawler is visiting your website daily and updating its data base with updates occurred on your website, it means your website is being cached frequently. But if you are updating your website but it is not being shown in “cache”, it means Google is not prioritizing to your new update occurred on your website
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: arindamdutta16 on 05-25-2016, 05:03:39
Caching is the temporary storage of content, such as HTML pages, images, files and web objects, for the benefit of offloading the origin web or application server and reducing the time required to deliver content to a client. Cache memory is random access memory that a computer microprocessor can access more quickly than it can access regular RAM.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: Kate Evans on 05-27-2016, 03:42:04
In SEO terms, cache refers to the way Search Engines "memorise" or "take a picture" of web pages, allowing you to quickly navigate to the cached version of a page. If a web page is in your cache, then the next time you go to open the page, you are actually opening it from your computer's last memory of you visiting that page.
Title: Re: What is Cache
Post by: MaryGreen on 05-31-2016, 01:33:07
In simple terms, the cache is where information is stored on your computer that allows things to load faster than if you have to download it from the server. A cache can either be a reserved section in the memory of the computer or a separate storage device with very fast speed.