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Issues with Scrapebox Page Authority 64-bit addon
#11
If the powers that be can do the same with the backlink checker I'll be even happier Smile
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#12
yeah, don't know what they are doing there, Ill mail them.
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#13
(06-27-2016, 11:11 PM)loopline Wrote: Did you try the update to the page authority addon? Its working fine for me. They changed how it works and it seems to be handling the moz incapsula issue.

i uptaded it but still not working, may u give me any advise or suggestion?
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#14
What does it do? I mean does it give a specific error like 401 or 407 or just say error or?
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#15
say just error, is there any way to work?

(08-23-2016, 02:48 AM)loopline Wrote: What does it do? I mean does it give a specific error like 401 or 407 or just say error or?
say just error, is there any way to work?
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#16
(08-23-2016, 02:48 AM)loopline Wrote: What does it do? I mean does it give a specific error like 401 or 407 or just say error or?
i tested it from a minute and it give me error 401 not error. so what should i do please?
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#17
401 typically means your clock is out of sync, because moz puts an expiration date on the requests and its a really short time period. So if your clock is off by a few mins it will cause this. Go into your windows clock and sync the time to one of the included windows time servers.

Does that fix it?

Also update to the latest version of the addon as an update just came out.
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#18
(08-24-2016, 04:35 AM)loopline Wrote: 401 typically means your clock is out of sync, because moz puts an expiration date on the requests and its a really short time period. So if your clock is off by a few mins it will cause this. Go into your windows clock and sync the time to one of the included windows time servers.

Does that fix it?

Also update to the latest version of the addon as an update just came out.
THANKS ALOT, THE ADDON WORKS WELL, IT WAS CLOCK , REALLY THANKS AGAIN
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#19
(08-24-2016, 04:35 AM)loopline Wrote: 401 typically means your clock is out of sync, because moz puts an expiration date on the requests and its a really short time period. So if your clock is off by a few mins it will cause this. Go into your windows clock and sync the time to one of the included windows time servers.

Does that fix it?

Also update to the latest version of the addon as an update just came out.
i'm sorry but i need to ask u about the spam score for any website, is there any way to know spam score via scrapebox? if not, may u suggest a free tool or paid but cheap?
Regards
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#20
Scrapebox won't use moz spam score, because moz only allows you to get that info if you have a paid account.

I don't know of a tool that does spam scores.
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