This is a current known issue.
We are aware of the issue and are working on updating this information over the next few days.
Thanks for your patience!
I think the stats may be off too. Analytics is showing, and it bums me to say it, less views than the stats here are. It seems that way the last couple of days.
While we're at it (since Matthew might read this) - the Copied Hubs thing is seriously out of date. It's difficult to know what's current and what isn't - just look at mine (or any of the accounts where thieves typically poach content). The last-checked tells you it's not updated. Many of those have been removed, but I have to check everything listed to make sure. And, there are no updates to tell me what has recently been copied.
BTW - I love that feature - it's a huge help - simply asking if it could be updated soon!
On the copied hub thing. I had a copied hub and I got the copy taken down within 24 hours. Three weeks later the red copyright c is still on my account page. Since this was the first time I had a copied hub, I don't know how long it typically stays there. It would be good for it to be removed. What if that hub gets copied again and I just think the red c is there from before.
I haven't checked stats all week. This is strange. Last crawled four months ago?
I think the last crawl date bug is back. All of mine say crawled 6 weeks ago. Anyone else see this?
Yes, it must be a glitch, you are not alone! Several of my hubs show 5 weeks, others 6 weeks! That's a mighty slow crawling spider compared to what it used to be.
The crawl date was not updated properly.
Our engineering team is working on the issue, but it may take a while for the data to update.
In the meantime, you should be able to check the crawl information using Google Webmaster Tools.
by Alison Graham 5 years ago
I recently found one of my hubs copied on a blogger blog. The whole text, images and amazon adverts were there!I contacted another hubber Rajan Jolly as one of his hubs was also copied. I have to thank him for identifying and locating this blogger's profile here. It seems he has about 40 blogs on a...
by Caren White 2 weeks ago
I had a hub copied by another site. I sent a DMCA complaint and rather than removing my hub, they changed the title and the wording slightly. Is altering a hub for use on another site without the author's permission considered legal? Is this now considered a completely different...
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
I filed a DMCA report for a page that copied my hub. The hub existed as a lens since 12/12/10.The content is obviously and clearly copied and even mentions that it was taken from Squidoo at the top. Yet Google rejected the URL for removal.I hope it is OK to list the URLs here so people trying to...
by Brian Dooling 3 years ago
I know there's been an update on Google that has cut Hubpages traffic by 20% across the board but I noticed on all of my popular hubs that Google and Bing haven't crawled them in 10 days! Is this normal? Or has Google just stopped featuring our pages in the search results?
by Ghost32 7 years ago
This is puzzling to say the least. One of my hubs, i.e.Product Review : The Yamaha EF2000is Portable Generatorhas been flagged for duplicate content. Yet ONLY the title, NOT the content, is anything other than 100% original work. In fact, it's a blow-by-blow account of our...
by CMHypno 6 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?
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