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  • Brajesh Singh


    The url does not seem to be a valid url from WordPress.
    WordPress does not uses mDate in query string.

    btw, have you changed your permalink to look like .asp files?



    Hi Brajesh,

    the site site is in

    I’ve received in my GWT a bunch of 404 errors with that link structure.

    This airfield site was previously made in another platform diferent from WordPress and with another domain. Once that the new site got ready I’ve asked the previous site webmaster to make a redirection from the old domain to the new and delete the old site. So he did it.

    After reading you, I guess the redirection made by the old site webmaster is causing this.

    I don’t find another fix for this than block at robots.txt – Disallow: /terms.asp?

    What do you think ?

    Thanks in advance

    Brajesh Singh


    Hi Miguel,

    The problem is google is still looking for the old urls.
    When moving a site from one platform to another, the best practice is to use 301 redirect for the old urls(if possible).

    Since you have changed the platform to WordPress, I will suggest submitting the google sitemap(there exists some plugin for creating sitemap), that should atleast help in indexing the pages.

    I don’t have much experience with SEO, so I hope someone with better understanding of seo guides you here 🙂

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