Why all article deleted by APSense?

Asked by Mike P., in Technology
Why all article deleted by APSense


Carlos Silva Magnate I   Affiliate Commissionist - Entertain and Biz
Because of last apsense update! You can find your own articles inside Archives (a new link inside Articles). But now all articles are automatically redirected and online again.
Aug 30th 2017 20:31   
Franto Hruz Magnate I   Offer Value - Build a Team
Yes, they were only off-line for a day to be moved into a new folder called Archive ... they are all there!
Aug 31st 2017 01:32   
Yog P. Committed  Yoga Peeth
I think its happen due to server issue on apsense update
Aug 31st 2017 02:36   
Kanika Goyal Committed  Online Consumer Forum
I think all promotional articles deleted by apsense.

I write free articles about Voxya, consumer complaint forums.
Aug 31st 2017 02:40   
Nava Solutions Senior  Nava Certus is a cloud migration solution allowing
My articles are also deleted
Aug 31st 2017 02:59   
Lari N. Senior  SEO Manager
it's not deleted. it on your Archive.
Aug 31st 2017 03:00   
Prescott Kermit Advanced  Tech Support
articles are not deleted, it was an update of apsense. All articles are in archive.
Aug 31st 2017 04:43   
City Xray Clinic Senior   CT Scan & MRI Diagnostic Center
All articles are in archive
Sep 1st 2017 04:21   
Marius Wlassak Magnate I   Business Media Consultant
Nothing lasts forever, do not get in panic.
Sep 2nd 2017 14:27   
Franto Hruz Magnate I   Offer Value - Build a Team
Hey @Marius, what do you know about infinity and relative permanence?

The real problem now is the search - it doesn't work very well for one folder, and now we have an archive on top of it?

The implementation shows very little understanding / insight!
Sep 2nd 2017 14:40   
Marius Wlassak Magnate I   Business Media Consultant
There is nothing to explain Franto, it works
Sep 2nd 2017 14:56   
Norm Grimberg Advanced  CNC Machining and Machine Shop
How to find the archive for my articles????
Sep 7th 2017 02:12   
Swapnesh Gupta Senior  Digital Marketing Expert
You can again post Article on apsence
Sep 9th 2017 00:49   
Mike P. Freshman  Roofing Contractor
Thank you all! Archive means Apsense sent our article on trash folder. Now the question is that google crawls our article or not.
Sep 11th 2017 13:00   
Mike P. Freshman  Roofing Contractor
@Norm Grimberg if you have url of your published article then paste it on your browser, or you can type on your browser + title of your article (use - sign after every word of title)
Sep 11th 2017 13:03   
David C. Freshman  ASO Expert
Just pay for it, the money is always works
Sep 12th 2017 04:43   
Norm Grimberg Advanced  CNC Machining and Machine Shop
@mike Many thanks for the information.
Sep 13th 2017 00:09   
Mike P. Freshman  Roofing Contractor
@Norm Grimberg Cheers!
Sep 13th 2017 08:21   
Prescott Kermit Advanced  Tech Support
Just log in on Apsense and then click on articles here you will see your archieves
Sep 13th 2017 10:48   
Richard Gere Advanced  Richard Gere (Tech Geek)
Well, Mike, is that mean all our posts are deleted from the server and moved to a trash, cause I just checked my post cache history and just get nothing from google cache, so I guess the post is de-indexed by google too.
Sep 21st 2017 07:55   
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