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The problem is in the source code of your website: <a target="new" href="www.brightstartstudios.com"> That is missing the http://. It should be: <a target="new" href="http://www.brightstartstudios.com"> Google is interpreting what you currently have as a relative link. You need to include the http:// to make it absolute to another site. ...


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I have seen this before. It is likely a bad link on a scraper site somewhere and Google followed it. Often the software tools that they use have weird bugs in them that make bad links, references, and user agents and so on. You will see this again. For what it is worth, do not worry about 404 errors that do not exist. These things happen. Just let them a be ...



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