Google Cache Checker
View the page cache in Google
When you make any changes on a site to improve its SEO performance, it is pretty logical that you are wondering how search engines will react to these changes – will they improve or worsen the page ranking, or will they leave everything unchanged?
To find out if the search engines "saw" the changes you made, you need to check the "freshness" of your site's page in the search index. In other words, you need to understand whether the page was updated in the search engine cache after your changes.
The cache of the Google search engine is almost the same as its index. These are copies of site documents received at a specific time (usually since the last visit by the search robot), which are stored in the search engine (this is somewhat similar to the browser cache).
Viewing the page cache manually.
All major search engines readily provide the ability to view the cache of web documents in their index, which can be done manually or using our tool.
On the search results page, hover the mouse cursor over a specific output snippet result and click "Saved Copy."
View the cache using our online tool
To do this, you need to enter the URL you are interested in in the address bar and click the "Google Cache" button, after which a new window opens containing the cache of your page in Google.
In the place with the saved copy of your page at the top, you can find the following inscription:" This is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on November 12, 2022, 18: 07: 30 GMT". The web page is displayed as it was relevant on November 12, 2022.