Google cache issue

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Offline LoganjiithTopic starter

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Google cache issue
« on: 07-16-2018, 02:25:35 »
Hi friends,

Recently, we have moved our client website from http to https, after that we have seen keywords raking fall down in every week.

So we analysed and found all the pages, even home page cache page going to 404. We tried many times fetch in google webmaster and nothing happen. It still going to 404 all the webpage cache pages.

We checked nothing is blocked Google by robots. Kindly suggest what will do for cache my website in Google SERP.


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Re: Google cache issue
« Reply #1 on: 07-18-2018, 23:49:28 »
I think it may be a redirection issue.
and ranking will fluctuate after moving a site from http to https.

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Re: Google cache issue
« Reply #2 on: 07-19-2018, 01:31:21 »
When you have switch your domain whatever its http or https then you must have to use 301 redirections.
because its instruct to search engine that your page location has been changed.In this technique, you can save your work such as backlink and don't give 404 error.

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Re: Google cache issue
« Reply #3 on: 07-20-2018, 06:34:49 »
After Google Penguin 6 ( aka Penguin 3.0) update, some webmasters asked me why Google does not cache their updated pages. Before talking about Google Cache issue let’s have an overview on the differences between Google index and Google Cache.
Submitting pages listed in the SERPs is a multi-step task and process. First, the crawlers need to access your website and scan the page. It depends on if they crawl, how they crawl and how deep they crawl. I explain later in this article. The next step is to index the information they find within your page. If they decide to index the page,

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Re: Google cache issue
« Reply #4 on: 07-27-2018, 17:32:47 »
Hi friends,

Recently, we have moved our client website from http to https, after that we have seen keywords raking fall down in every week.

So we analysed and found all the pages, even home page cache page going to 404. We tried many times fetch in google webmaster and nothing happen. It still going to 404 all the webpage cache pages.

We checked nothing is blocked Google by robots. Kindly suggest what will do for cache my website in Google SERP.

do you mean when you check the cache in Google it goes to a 404 page? this is harmless, this means you're being moved over to the mobile first index according to John Mueller.

you could be seeing a drop in ranking if you don't have a good mobile site, I've seen this for clients who didn't listen to me and get a good mobile design when moved over.

Or it could be any number of other things you need a proper SEO audit from a professional
For more free SEO education please go to my weekly Youtube show: youtube.com/jbachyns


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Re: Google cache issue
« Reply #5 on: 07-30-2018, 06:34:57 »
Google cache issue can be generated HTTP or HTTPS basis.

 

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