| 4:30 am on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
It sounds like googlebot isn't seeing what you planned or hope when the site gets crawled. Have you used the "Fetch as googlebot" tool to see things through googlebot's eyes?
| 8:16 am on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
It's not a bug, it's gwt dimwittedness. I've got something exactly analogous myself, just on a smaller order of magnitude. Two sites share a single piwik account that lives at one of the two. (This is the normal way to do piwik when you're tracking more than one site. Pick one site to hold all the files and data.) One day I open the Links tab in gwt and it's listing some absurd number of "links" from the other site to mine. The number corresponds exactly to the number of pages. One piwik call per page.
They simply can't distinguish between genuine contents links and, well, some function on Site A using a resource on Site B.
| 4:20 pm on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
@lucy24, to me it seems like a bug. My questions is, does this hurt you or not? Does it hurt the "receiving end" of the links? Could it be counted as "unnatural links" by GOOG?
| 11:23 pm on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
They'd have a ### of a nerve counting something as an "unnatural link" when they themselves are the only ones that even see it as a link.
|to me it seems like a bug |
"It's not a bug, it's a feature." Or is it "A feature is a documented bug"?
| 11:33 pm on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
@lucy24, they do have a ### of a nerve and they don't know that they are the only ones seeing it that way and I am afraid that it might hurt both sites. I hope I am wrong since I just installed piwik on one site and have another one tracked too :( Maybe have to un-install Piwik....
| 11:49 pm on Sep 23, 2012 (gmt 0)|
Just install piwik on a domain thats not in use