__/ [ canadafred ] on Wednesday 05 April 2006 19:18 \__
> <memikhail@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> We redesign completely home page and Google doesn't cache it for some
>> reason. Last time Google cached it on 'retrieved on 16 Feb 2006
>> 23:45:21 GMT.' Any idea when will be the next time for my home page
>> being cached? Thank you.
> Oh that's an easy one.
> Please repeat after me memikhail.
> "Dear Google.
> Thank you for being there for me.
> Can you please cache my web site soon."
> Now wait for a while. If you start to become edgy, you may want to try the
> recital again.
Either way, cache cycles are dependent upon the status of the page/site. Good
sites are re-cached several times per week. This rarely has a purpose
though, unless the page is frequently updated. This can become an important
if content like adverts needs to be determinded off-line and be refreshed
frequently enough to adapt to fresh content.
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