On Google Webmaster Tools it shows that I have 16 crawl errors for HubPages i.e 404 errors (page not found).
These errors are linked from: http://paiva25.hubpages.com/sitemaps/hu … a25.xml.gz
and the URL's are: http://paiva25.hubpages.com/xml/stats/r … &type=
With different aid's for each..their all sitemap errors so I can't do anything about em..
When I click the URL's I get a 403 error ( Access Denied) Is this cause I've changed my titles?
by CMHypno6 years ago
I'm having a wade though Google Webmaster Tools and under crawl errors there were about 20 urls not found and about 60 restricted by robot.txt.Is this very damaging and would I be able to make any necessary changes?
by Blake Flannery5 years ago
This is just one example of many errors showing up in Google webmaster tools that appear to have category information added into the url of my hub creating a link to a non-existent hub. In the link below,...
by Suzanne Day4 years ago
I can see some of my new hubs in Google when I search for "hub name".But in Webmaster Tools, I submitted a sitemap and it says 38 URLs submitted and 10 indexed.I used Fetch as Google for a few new hubs and...
by Mike Hardy4 weeks ago
Getting a little frustrated. I'm a big believer in using the Google and Bing webmaster tools. I was able to get verified with my Analytics account but so far have been unable to submit a sitemap. I found a related...
by Kate Swanson5 years ago
I just checked my Webmaster Tools and can see a sudden, dramatic rise in strange 404 messages - and that rise coincides with my fall in traffic. Can others check to see if they have the same? ...
by Scott Bateman18 months ago
I would like to direct this post to the HP staff. I had my HP account set up in Google Webmaster Tools when the subdomain was promisem.hubpages.com. Now that the address is http://hubpages.com/@promisem, the GWT reports...
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