I notice through my stats that Webcrawler.com has visited a hub of mine. Just what is Webcrawler.com and should I be suspicious about this visit or is it nothing to worry about?
Just a web bot visiting your subdomain. Nothing to worry about.
Also, Webcrawler is yet another search engine for people to use. There are tons of them out there most people have never heard of, but all is good because it's another place people can find the listing of your work.
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
Okay, this will sound crazy to some of you: I'm receiving too many clicks on my google ads! I've read on here somewhere that Google gets leary if your ad clicks are over 2% of your page impressions. My clicks today are 6%. My average for the past 30 days is over 3%.I might have accidentally clicked...
by Jimmy the jock 10 years ago
There are only two things to worry about:Either you are well or you are sick.If you are well, there's nothing to worry about.But if you are sick,There are only two things to worry about:Either you get well, or you die.If you get well, there's nothing to worry about.But if you die, there are only...
by Glenn Stok 4 years ago
Do you have stolen hubs on sites hosted by WholeSale Internet, Inc.? I have found that they refuse to obey DMCA takedown notices and the copyright agent hides behind his secretary. I never can get passed the secretary, Lauren, who answers the phone and refuses to connect me with Aaron Wendel,...
by AshleyRB 7 years ago
Is it a good idea to back up my hubs?I have heard stories where people were banned from hubpages for no reason? So it is a good idea to keep copies of my old hubs on my computer or do I have nothing to worry about? I haven't break any rules or anything to my knowledge.
by Rhonda D Johnson 7 years ago
4 months to 2012 doomsday ~ Are you scared?I just turned 47 years old. This won't be the first (and probably not the last) doomsday I've sen come and go. I can still just barely remember eating the last of the y2k peanutbutter and drinking the last of the y2k water.But now we're having...
by Mark 8 years ago
Was Jesus truly the son of God? Or was he a Prophet of God? Or was he just a Man with a insightful view of faith that inspired many to follow and create what is know today as Christianity?
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