How to uncover broken links on your website

Editorial Team

1 min read
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Does your website have broken links that cause frustration for your visitors and prevent Google from ranking you on the first page? If you’re like most businesses, you want more traffic to your website so you can sell more, and one of the best ways to increase traffic is through Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

One of the things Google looks at when determining where to rank your website is whether you’re providing a good user experience for your visitors. Broken links on your website are big contributors to a poor user experience. You know, those annoying “Error 404” messages.

Believe it or not, your website may be causing people frustration. But don’t worry. It’s easy to find broken links and fix them.

Use this free tool to help improve SEO

Simply visit and type in your website URL. This tool will output a list of all the pages that contain broken links on your site.

Broken links can result from a variety of reasons:

  1. You’re linking to a blog post or page that no longer exists.
  2. You’re linking off to another website that no longer exists.
  3. The link is incorrect.

It’s important to analyze your website for broken links at least a couple of times a year.

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