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I Got 99 Problems, But Drupal Crawl Errors Ain't One!

Keep your website crawl error free using these modules

Crawl errors are the bane of every digital marketer-- they seemingly pop up over night and their numbers grow exponentially. Luckily for Drupal marketers there a number of techniques you can use to minimize the number of crawl errors that occur and more easily resolve these types of crawl errors on your website. However, before we get started, let's first review a few common crawl errors that you're likely to run into:

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The Advanced CSS/JS Aggregation Module

The Advanced CSS/JS Aggregation module aggregates and compresses CSS and JavaScript files to make your site run faster. Speed became a ranking factor in 2010. All else being equal, the faster site will rank higher in Google.

The Honeypot Module

The Honeypot Module combines the honeypot and timestamp methods of eliminating spam-bot submissions in your Drupal site's online webforms.

The Security Review Module

The Security Review module automatically tests for many security problems on your Drupal site and will let you know what needs to be fixed.

The Scheduler Module

The Drupal Scheduler module allows you to plan and execute your content strategy, which is critical to SEO success.

The Diff Module

Drupal's Diff module shows you differences between revisions to nodes. This function might not sound like a big deal, but if you see an increase or decrease in traffic, it’s helpful to see which edits caused the change.

The Search 404 Module

Don't just show a 404 page for content that has been removed or URLs that are malformed: show visitors relevant pages on your Drupal site based upon a search for the original page path.