To ECCIE Providers…
Many providers stressed after ECCIE stole the holiday spirit a near week before Christmas with a sudden suspension.
ECCIE can still be seen from Google’s cache — including provider’s encounters/reviews.
With the first shutdown, reviews were gone. This made some reputable, review friendly providers look like straight rookies, and then bros were getting antsy when it came to new providers (with no reviews).
So, hopefully the second time around isn’t as detrimental…
Google is the biggest scraper site as it’s widely used to search throughout the World Wide Web. Google’s spiders crawl web pages, so they can gain visibility and become indexed into search results.
“Google takes a snapshot of each web page as a backup in case the current page isn’t available. These pages then become part of Google’s cache. If you click a link that says “Cached,” you’ll see the version of the site that Google stored.”
— Google Search Help
Pages become cached after Google last visited the page. They’re literally like a “back-up” page for their current page.
Access Cached ECCIE Pages
Two ways to view a website’s cache:
Let’s look at the first one.
Google Search & Cache
Cached pages are supposed to save the day if the current page listed in the results is having any issues.
I just simply Google my stage name with ECCIE in it.
Let’s click the link to my ECCIE Bio Page!
ECCIE’s Current State
Clicking the link is basically for those that need a reminder….
No Bio Page, No ECCIE
The image above is the page displaying the current look of my Bio Page.
Back Button, Please!
I quickly hit that back button to return to Google. yikes
The Green Thing
(don’t judge me… I have no clue if it’s either an arrow, upside down triangle like wtf)
I’m sure you’ve seen that dark green symbol before. It’s right next to the search resulting URL/hyperlink.
Clicking this thing results in ‘Cached’ popping up. Clicking ‘Cached’ is helpful for moments like these when the current URL listed is having issues.
So, the cached page is its back up page for users to still access the link at a time when it had no issues, errors, etc.
Now, let’s see what my Bio Page looked like from Google’s last visit aka Cached.
It’s like it never left! Wow!
The Cache: Search
#2. The first method is nice and all, but this second one is better.
Quicker & Faster
If you already habe the link of the page, simply search keyword:
Put in your desired link right after ‘cache:’
Welp. That was easy!
Inserting your Bio Page link right after ‘cache:’ in Google Search, and you’ll have access in no time!
Yes, you can access the individual threads of your encounters as well!
I used 3 keywords: my stagename, ECCIE, and any handle that has reviewed me.
Keep it simple:
These three keywords shall set you free.
Cached, Cached, Cached…
Click the symbol and hit Cached.
I’ll Leave You With This
Cached ECCIE escort review — screenshot yours now!