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If we talk about Google search operators, you can use cache operator to identify when a page of a website last crawled and if you type “info:domainname.com” then it will help you find information related to the domain that you are currently searching. It will help you in finding on-site pages, website’s cache, and other details also. You can various Google search operators like Allintext, Intext, Inposttitle, Intitle, Allinurl, and others.
 
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