Pages Indexed but not Cached. Why?

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Hi all,
I wanna ask about indexed and cached

for example i build link in abcdefg.com/pages.html. and the pages indexed by SE, but its not cached by SE.

My question is, does my link get indexed by SE? and still have Power?
#cached #indexed #pages
  • Profile picture of the author emodafinil
    If you stick the following meta tag in the <head> of a page, Google and Bing won't show cached versions that page on search results pages.
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    • Profile picture of the author shelviwu
      Originally Posted by emodafinil View Post

      If you stick the following meta tag in the <head> of a page, Google and Bing won't show cached versions that page on search results pages.
      Can you explain more about meta tag in the <head>?
      i have checked the page source and i didnt find any noindex and nocache meta there.
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  • Sometimes Catches get removed.
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    • Profile picture of the author shelviwu
      Originally Posted by amvoctelemarketing View Post

      Sometimes Catches get removed.
      What do you mean catches?
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      • Profile picture of the author yukon
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        Originally Posted by shelviwu View Post

        What do you mean catches?
        He means he can't spell cache.
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  • Profile picture of the author fahadkhan14
    Search engine takes time to come to cache the pages. No one knows what is the duration. May be it takes a day, may be a month. So don't worry about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Flowerngift
    Cache is one process from Google, it will happen with in day or month, so you just update more blog, becaue SE will give more preference to new content.
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  • Profile picture of the author TomWest
    As far as I know, if you stick the following meta tag in the head of the page, Google and Bing won't show cached versions that page on search results page:
    <meta name="robots" content="noarchive">
    It shouldn't have any impact on SEO. It only means that archived versions of pages won't appear be provided by the search engines on search result pages. As far as the reasons to do this, we use it on pages of our site where the cached page would be blank, because the page contents are loaded by AJAX, and the cached versions wouldn't load that content.
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