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Indexed means its a page that is within the search engine, a cached page means it is the cached webpage that google has last seen when they visited your website meaning it could be a different version then the live one… but as far as I know if there your page is cached it is more then likely already indexed in the search engine.
A page is indexed when a search engine has read the contents, made all the connections, filed it away and is ready to return it when someone asks a relevant question.
A page is cached when a search engine takes a snapshot of it.
Obviously there’s less work in cacheing a page, than indexing it. A page won’t initially be cached until after it’s been indexed, but after that, you’ll often find that the cache is updated to show changes quicker than the index is.
When a google remember fast time any website or page it’s called a indexed. And after indexed google crawled page again and again that’s called a page cashed
Google’s index and its cache are two different things.If you publish a site, Google reads the whole site into its cache and then lets you find things in it. When any search engine visits a web page, it effectively makes a copy of that page which is stored in the index.
Search engine indexing collects, parses, and stores data to facilitate fast and accurate information retrieval.So Indexing is a process to make a webpage searchable on search engine
The page index means search engine read the web site content and cache means it is the cached webpage that google has last seen when they visited your website.
In my opinion, Google takes a picture of each page, examines and caches (stores) that adaptation as a back in the Database. The cached adaptation is what Google makes use of to judge if a page is a good match for a searched query. Google index refers to getting website listed in the google’s database index for SERPs.
Indexed page means it is in the database of Google. Cache page is a snapshot of the page, it is what Google uses to judge if a page is a good match for your query.