Imagine you’re on one of your favorite websites, reading an interesting post about new features in an image editing application.
You’re excited, because you’ve been looking for those features for a while. You select a link and find yourself on a page with a large “Page Not Found” message.
Not what you expected.
Face it, broken links on websites are frustrating for everyone.
People visiting a website get annoyed when they encounter a broken link on a page. They’re looking for helpful information and resources.
How can they trust your website when it points to broken links?
Website owners and content authors don’t like broken links. It takes time to discover, research, and fix a link that no longer works.
And search engines aren’t fans of broken links, either.
Without correct links, search engines can’t navigate your site and index your content. Continue reading How to Check Broken Links on Your Website