Does anyone know anything about Google Crawls? I just checked my adsense account, went to Reports and it says URL blocked. (?)
and then Robots.txt File- which I have no clue what it is. To resolve it they say to include some text/code into the file? I am lost!
Now remember---very stupid when it comes to computers...talk to me like I'm 2...
Don't worry about robots.txt, this is used to prevent search engines crawling some parts of your hubs such as photos. It's nothing to be concerned about.
by Brandon Lobo5 years ago
I just noticed that I don't get reports on my Adsense clicks in my adsense account based on individual sites. I added my subdomain as a URL channel under My Ads. What do I need to do in order to get reports as to how...
by William F Torpey7 months ago
My Google Adsense Account has disappeared. How do I get it back?
by Pamela Lipscomb4 years ago
I found this crawl error in my Google Adsense Settings. How quite sure how this happened. Can this be fixed? Thank you.http://hubpages.com/hub/Where-to-Find-A … -Rent%2Bis
by Quilligrapher7 years ago
Google AdSense Site Diagnostics reports that a Robots.txt file is blocking their crawler from accessing one of my hubs. Can anyone suggest how I can resolve this issue?
by pinkytoky5 years ago
When I do URL submissions, sometimes I get a message saying my robots.txt is blocking the robot crawlers. Also, it says my robots.txt file does not comply with the current “Robots Exclusion Standard” and this...
by Suzanne Day6 years ago
Hi,Everyone might be interested to know that as I was looking through my Adsense (new interface) today, I noticed that there was a crawler error with a Robots.txt file at Hubpages articles I've written. To see it, go to...
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