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Redirect Site Map To Fix The Crawl Errors


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#1 BloominHuman

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Posted 17 December 2014 - 10:51 PM

I recently opened a google.com/webmasters account to better manage my website. Over the years I have accumulated about 50 crawl errors that are reported in my account. Most of these are the result of URL changes I have made.
 
I wish to "redirect" these old URLs to the current URLs. My guess is that I need to provide Google with a redirect site map to fix the crawl errors. I was able to download the errors which opened on my system as an Excel file. Is there some format I need to follow, perhaps inserting the current URLs in the Excel file and sending it back.
 
My question is how do I do this?

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#2 qwerty

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Posted 18 December 2014 - 07:57 AM

If you want to redirect the old URLs to current ones, that's really all you need to do. You don't need to provide Google with a "redirect site map," but if any of the bad URLs are listed in your current site map they should certainly be removed, whether they're to be redirected or not -- if they don't resolve properly,. they shouldn't be listed in the sitemap.



#3 BloominHuman

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Posted 18 December 2014 - 09:31 AM

At the top of my Site Errors page (google.com/webmasters account), there is a message saying "No errors detected in the last 90 days". This is followed by all the URLs in "error". Sort of confusing.

 

Now that I have a google.com/webmasters account am finding it difficult to understand how to use and interpret the information.






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