Like many former Squids, I've had some bumps along the way during this transition. I would like to take this opportunity to shed light on something I see as a really good thing that happened today.
I had been having issues with no follow links not working and my email getting bombed with updates to forums. I emailed the Hub Team really not expecting any resolution to the problem much less an actual answer.
I'm happy to report I was wrong. The Hub Team responded to my concern with an email that was not an automatic form generated acknowledgement but an actual real person typed answer that gave me alternative ways complete with links. The fact that the team actually responded with a fix means a lot and I greatly appreciate it.
Many, myself included, have had serious reservations since the traffic plunge that recently occurred. A real person addressing concerns in a viable manner earns many respect points in my eyes and gives me cause to think other problems are being looked at too.
Thank you Hub Team This has also made me think that perhaps the forums at times get a bit slanted. We see problems all the time, of which there are many. I have to wonder if perhaps there are not just as many good fixes going on.
Do you have a good fix experience? Please share!
by medicalsupplies 7 years ago
This is a huge problem. Why is the nofollow attribute in all my hub's links?Can this be fixed? If not, I will have to delete my hub and move the content elsewhere.Please advise as to what can be done about this and/or how to get nofollow removed.
by Natalie Frank 28 hours ago
Do broken links effect Google rankings? Sometimes I'm hesitant to put informational links in articles because many seem to break over time and there may not be another good one to replace it with.
by Kathy McGraw 4 years ago
There are too many things going on right now that shouldn't be, like banning an account for someone that was editing, and the new broken links coming up with 404 errors that should have been 301 redirects.So....are there more bugs, or what's going on?
by Mike Russo 3 years ago
Have you had this happen to you? I searched for the highlighted broken link but I could not find one. So how do you clear the notice?
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
Today I have had several alerts for broken links in my hubs that turned out to be videos and all were actually working when I tried playing them,
by Eric Dockett 3 years ago
I just found a (!) warning on one of my Hubs, due to two broken links to my own Hubs. Clicking on the links led to 404 error pages. But the pages the links were supposed to go to still exist, and are still published and featured. It seems the links should have been good.I went into the Hub and...
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