Google Cache Viewer

To see Google’s cache of your webpage, you can either run one of the SEO toolbars in your browser, or you can follow Googles instructions, which are simply:

Copy & paste the following in the address bar directly in front of your URL


Frankly, that’s all this tool does.

Just paste your URL in this box, and you’ll be taken to Google’s cache of your page, with the date showing at the top.

Also take a look at the text version – what Googlebot actually sees when they crawl your site.

If you get a page showing Google search results, that means your page isn’t cached.


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1 Comment

  1. ahmed

    great job man


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