I published a hub a few days ago but when I shared the link on facebook and followed it back it says page does not exist? What should I do? The link is : http://lisamarie724.hubpages.com/hub/Be … p-Remover-
The link works fine for me. Suggest you try it again on FB, just copy and past the URL. Maybe you had an extra space in it or something?
It keeps saying 410 page doesn't exist. I have no clue what this means, is there anyway to fix it?
The hub isn't brand new, is it? I've had trouble with FB picking up photos, at least, when they are just published. Sometimes it takes several hours before FB can "see" them.
If you've tried posting the URL again, via copy/paste, and it isn't brand new, then I don't know. Sorry.
Can you point me to the FB page where you posted it? Maybe I can spot something.
Heres the link :https://www.facebook.com/lisa.stover.9
The FB page gives two links. One is what you typed in and one is in the box that FB puts up.
The one in the box does not have the final dash and will never work.
The one you typed in (or copy/pasted) has a dash, but on my screen it appears that the dash is not a part of the URL (it's not blue and is not underlined when I mouse over it). If I copy either one and add the dash they work, but only then.
I tried several times to make my own FB accept it and can't. You can't change the url of the hub, either.
The only possibility I see is to wait until google indexes it, do a google search for a section of text and copy the url that google produces in the search. That can then be put into FB as a link to the hub, but it is a mish mash of letters and symbols with no indication of what the link is actually to. The link works, but looks horrible on the FB page.
It's a featured hub and I can't find it on Google, should I just delete the hub and re-write it under a diff. name?
Oh, no, don't delete it unless you just have to have a pretty link on FB.
That google hasn't indexed it yet is not surprising - it can take several days or even weeks for that to happen.
In the meantime it can't be found by a search, but it is readily available if a link is given, and you can do that. Both Pinterest and G+ accepted the link and provided one in the post that can be used. It's just FB that can't seem to deal with it.
Thanks so much, I wonder what happened with facebook. I'm not technical at all so I don't understand why this hub is having probs. on FB when none of my others have but oh well I'll take your advice and do that. Thanks again, I was really confused.
I can see the page from the link you posted (about eye make up remover, right?) Not sure what is going on. Maybe a glitch that has been fixed now?
When I click the link on here (that I posted above) it takes me to the article. But, when I share it on facebook if someone clicks the link it says page doesn't exist. Has anyone heard of this happening before or is there anything I can do to fix it?
I had a look at this, since I have seen similar problems that had a variety of causes.
The link that works (from this current thread) ends with a hyphen: Best-Eye-Makeup-Remover-
On Facebook, there are two different links: one with the hyphen and one without. I don't know why the one that (correctly) has the hyphen does not work. It may be that FB stripped it in some way, since the second link shows up without the hyphen.
Have you tried deleting the FB post or link and adding the link back in again? Maybe typing it in, letter by letter? What method did you use when you posted it originally?
For some reason, FB is stripping it - if you look carefully at the one with the hyphen it isn't a part of the link but is instead just a hyphen following the link.
I have no idea why that hyphen is there in the URL but it might be something to keep in mind and watch for.
I tried to type it in every which way, for some reason facebook is adding it.
I have had trouble with Facebook also. Do you think they don't want our links?
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