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    Remove the login from pages that you want Google to crawl, whether it's an in-page or popup login prompt.
    Check your robots. ...
    Use the robots. ...
    Use a user-agent switcher plugin for your browser, or the Fetch as Google tool to see how your site appears to Googlebot.


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    One factor can't affect so much to your keyword ranking, but you shouldn't leave the problem lasts long. Fix is as soon as you can. You should optimize your website and let crawler index your website easily


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    One factor can't affect so much to your keyword ranking, but you shouldn't leave the problem lasts long. Fix is as soon as you can. You should optimize your website and let crawler index your website easily


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    While seeing lots of "not found" URLs in your Crawl Errors report might make your stomach drop, it's not as disastrous as it looks. In fact, according to Google itself, 404 errors do not impact your site's indexing or ranking.


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    Crawl errors occur when a search engine tries to reach a page on your website but fails at it. ... Your goal is to make sure that every link on your website leads to an actual page. That might be via a 301 redirect, but the page at the very end of that link should always return a 200 OK server response.


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    Yes/No! Depends on the crawl error.


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    While seeing lots of "not found" URLs in your Crawl Errors report might make your stomach drop, it's not as disastrous as it looks. In fact, according to Google itself, 404 errors do not impact your site's indexing or ranking.


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    yes, it will affect your keywords because ones google crawl your link, then only your website will get the backlinks.


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    These are the high-level errors that affect your site in its entirety, so don't skip these. In the Crawl Errors dashboard, Google will show you these errors for the last


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    While seeing bunches of "not discovered" URLs in your Crawl Errors report may make your stomach drop, it's not as terrible as it looks. Truth be told, as indicated by Google itself, 404 blunders don't affect your site's ordering or positioning.


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