I received a message from Google that my Hubpages domain has had a large increase in not found errors. Viewing the crawl errors report, the majority of them are the related/suggested hubs featured on my sidebar, footer, etc. Thoughts?
My desktop errors have remained pretty much constant for the last 3 months. And almost all of them are caused by hubs I've deleted.
Interestingly, my Smartphone and Feature phone error counts have dropped by 75% and 90% respectively.
by Ben Guinter4 years ago
Ever since the 18th of May there has been an increasing jump in 403 errors because of some xml-stats-realatedhubevents.php.... which can't be good for rankings. I know the 403 error means that you're denying...
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
A simple question. About 100 pages or so are added to HP every day. Recently HP changed its mind, and allowed thousands of un-featured pages to be indexed. You can see the spikes in the stats in the image, but the stats...
by recraig28 years ago
I'm new here and things seem QUITE shifty I should say. My total page views have been 98 for a day or two and today it is 91. Now unless the Earth began a reverse rotation on its axis near the speed of light I doubt we...
by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
Google WMT has started reporting large numbers of crawl errors (>150), starting in May of the type xml/stats/relatedhubevents.php?aid=3467187&type=Is this related to 'Related Search"Is this...
by Solaras2 years ago
Brake12 has received this result from Google Webmaster Tools on load times for her mobile pages: My mobile page load time on that test scored 57 out of 100.Today while trying to access HP on my iPhone with Safari, I...
by johnshade7 years ago
I was wondering what everyone thinks about longer hubs being divided in pages.Lets say a hub of 1200 words divided into 300 word pages= 4 pages this may increase page views and possible revenue.I think it will make...
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