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Posted on 2014-02-17
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Hi,

need to go back in time to look at a section of my site. I've used archive.org and google cache however they don't give me my answer.
Archive.org doesn't have the page I want at the point in time and Google cache only has a version from Feb this year. I need to go back about 18 months.

Any help would be great thanks.
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Your site needed to be well referred in order to be crawled by Google or Archive.org, otherwise they would not discover your site.

If you haven't earned a certain level of popularity in the past 18 months, they won't have the record allowing you go back.

Just get your site more popular from now. :-)
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Thanks for the info. I suppose there's not a whole lot I can do then.
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