The following message is showing in my google adsense under the section covering blocked url's, I don't understand what I need to do with the code provided- thanks
If you would like to grant our crawler access to your pages, you can do so without granting permission to any other bots. Simply add the following two lines of text to the top of your robots.txt file:
If you are talking about HubPages, you do not have access to edit "robots.txt," which is placed in the root directory of hubpages.com. What you are reading is relevant for webmasters, not hubbers.
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