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Why Google Cache is Important to Your SEO

Why Google Cache is Important to Your SEO

When you first designed a web page for your business, you focused on making it look appealing to your clients. After all, you knew you had one chance to make a good first impression on potential customers, so your website had to look perfect. You incorporated some gorgeous visual elements using coding methodology like HTML5 or Javascript, and you waited for the internet traffic to come pouring in.

However, despite all the work you put into your website’s appearance, it doesn’t generate as much interest as you had hoped. And when this happens, you may wonder how you missed the mark.

As far as appearances are concerned, you may not have missed the mark at all. However, since your website has so many images on it, it may not have enough text for Googlebot (Google’s page discovering program) to read. What Googlebot reads determines your page’s relevance and—to some extent—its page rank.



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