One of my clients is launching a new career and to support her range of interests and expertise, she is developing a series of websites using WordPress. Getting the message out there is the number one priority and for that, you need a search engine – in this case, Google – to crawl your site. My client needs to know this for not just one but x number of websites.

Google makes it easy for you.

  1. Go to Google.com
  2. Type in the words “cache: www.yoursitename.com” (Or .net, .info, .me, etc.)
  3. Google will present you with a list of results and – hopefully – your most recently crawled posts will be  at the top of the list.

The Geeks Club provided this tip so I’ll quote them directly:

Google takes a snapshot of each page examined as it crawls the web and caches these as a back-up in case the original page is unavailable.

For example, I did this for howardparsons.info and found 4 hits at the top of the list; The most recent ones being April 26, 2012. Before that, the date was April 12, 2012.

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