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According to the documentation a 408 error is a "Request Timeout". The client did not produce a request within the time that the server was prepared to wait. The client MAY repeat the request with …
answered Sep 11 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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The fact that Googlebot crawls non-existent pages should not be considered a problem. Googlebot tends to be greedy. It checks: Any link it can find or your site Any URL in your sitemap Any link i …
answered Mar 29 '16 by Stephen Ostermiller
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In Webmaster Tools, Google will tell you where they found the URL. In the error report, click on the URL In the resulting popup, click on the "Linked From" tab Google will then display the URL o …
answered Nov 14 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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To remove the URLs with error messages from Google search, I would log into Google Search Console for your site and use the URL parameters tool. Add the parameter error_message. It is an active par …
answered May 12 '17 by Stephen Ostermiller
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When Google determines that your site is having problems, it will slow down the rate at which it crawls. If your site is less responsive, or is giving Google 500 errors, Google will make fewer reque …
answered Jun 17 '16 by Stephen Ostermiller
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Googlebot crawls any URL that it finds: Links on your own and third party websites Text on the page that looks like a URL JavaScript strings that look like they might be URLs Check your own site t …
answered Aug 2 '17 by Stephen Ostermiller
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Instead of relying on webmaster tools, you can get your own list of 404 errors from your servers log files. I find that the most important 404 errors are the ones that users actually encounter when …
answered Feb 11 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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Here is what Google's John Mueller (who works on Webmaster Tools and Sitemaps) has to say about 404 errors that appear in Webmaster tools: HELP! MY SITE HAS 939 CRAWL ERRORS!!1 I see this kin …
answered Sep 26 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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Those 302 indicate that your pages are redirected. When you switch from HTTP to HTTPS, that is what you want. You want your site from HTTP to HTTPS you want visitors and search engine bots to get …
answered Aug 10 '18 by Stephen Ostermiller
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That could indicate that your site had some sort of technical problem for a while that is now resolved. Examples might include: DNS pointing to the wrong server (which returns 404 errors for your U …
answered Nov 15 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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It does appear that Google is calling this page a "soft 404" based on the text on this page and lack of other content. I updated the page by scheduling new performances. Google Webmaster Tools is no …
answered Oct 29 '13 by Stephen Ostermiller
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Somewhere your site is linking to the "htmlprint" version. The first thing to do is figure out where that broken link is and fix it. View the source of your page and search for "htmlprint". Inste …
answered Dec 27 '15 by Stephen Ostermiller
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It is possible that your DNS entries were messed up or served incorrectly for a while. Then your site's domain name might have been pointing to a different server with a different site on it for a w …
answered Apr 14 '15 by Stephen Ostermiller
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AdSense uses a crawler called Mediapartners-Google. It doesn't crawl your entire site using the sitemap. Rather, when a user requests a page with ads on it, it crawls that URL on the fly. If yo …
answered Dec 11 '14 by Stephen Ostermiller
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First you have to find the duplicates. It would be nice if Google told you in Search Console which URL it thinks is duplicate, but they don't divulge this information as far as I've been able to tel …
answered Mar 15 '18 by Stephen Ostermiller

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