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Old 09-29-2008   #1
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Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

When someone buys a website having Adsense, and starts another Adsense account for the site -- what about click revenue that comes from cached pages?

Is there a way to get the revenue?

Typically, how much is cached?
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Old 09-29-2008   #2
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Re: Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

301 old pages to new pages and then new cache will grab your new code - caches are updated - in short term no way but would not be a big earner
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Re: Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

I'm talking about cached pages from google cache links (under website links in their results pages) and also from local pcs all over.

Its the same site put on a new server, and new adsense account. So the old pub id would be getting any revenue from cached results.

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Re: Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

I doubt you would have much traffic to those pages that you would even need to worry about. You could always make some changes to the site so Google updates it cache, and those links get updated.
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Re: Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

You're saying it take updates on the pages for the cache to get updated?

I see caches on pages having dates of cache that come after any page updates.
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Re: Google cached Adsense clicks & new Adsense account

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I see caches on pages having dates of cache that come after any page updates.
Yeah, at times G's cache appears to go squiggly (depending on query, data center and whatever else folks can suppose about). There's no real control we have over it. Old cache will be updated in due time. Only thing you can really do is sit back and wait for G.
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