Holy Cow RSS Readers

This article was written by Big Cajun Man

So my Adsense data has been showing a declining readership directly, but an exploding RSS readership, but this seems a little fishy to me. Page impressions Clicks Page CTR Page eCPM [?] Earnings AdSense for Content top channels 164 1 0.61% $6.70 $1.10 Queries Clicks CTR eCPM [?] Earnings AdSense for Search top channels 1 0 0.00%…

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Attack of the Bots

This article was written by Big Cajun Man

Something odd is going on at Canadian Personal Finance the past few weeks, the Bots are attacking. It seems that MSN and Yahoo’s Bots have both taken a big liking to my site, and have been inundating the site with crawlers. The past few days bot numbers are: January 21  MSN:  1713  Yahoo: 478  Google: 148 January…

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One Last Shot at Bannishing Blogspot

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I am attempting to banish my blogspot version of Canadian Financial Opinions from the Google Index. First I added the all important META tag into the header for the site meta name=”robots” content=”noindex, nofollow” That should stop the Googlebot from wandering through the site and getting any data on the content that is in there….

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This is the other problem

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Project: Canadian Financial Rants —————————————- URL: https://www.canajunfinances.com/2007_02_01_archive.html Error: HTTP-Error 999 Page too large, check settings Linked from: https://www.canajunfinances.com/2007/03/18/sunday-lent-continued/ My tool is now telling me that my archive for February is too large? Hmmm… More stuff to look into, along with that whole “back log thang” as well.

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