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Crawl dates in the Google cache

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Uploaded on Apr 25, 2011

Matt talks about how Googlebot crawls the web, and what "crawl date" is shown on cached pages. In this video:
- Red candy is a 404 page
- Purple candy is a 200 (OK) page
- Green candy is a 304 status code (page has not changed)

Matt Cutts
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