Why Google cached pages won’t tell you anything about indexed content Author Elephate Read bio Google Cache is an extremely useful feature. Simply speaking, it is a copy of a website created when search engine robots accessed it last time. I believe it is safe to say that most of the Internet users had a chance to benefit from the cache when the website they were trying to view was down for some reason. Also, many SEO experts strongly depend on the cache while trying to detect possible indexation problems. However, it is not meant to be used for such purposes. Keep reading to find out why.