Broken links on a website are a fact of life. But they hurt your search engine rankings and more importantly, your user experience. But finding broken links on a site is difficult and tedious work. Overtime on a website, links rot and break. Commenter’s take down their websites. Sites you’ve linked to close or change their permalink structure (and don’t provide redirects). And sometimes, you fumble the URL when you create the link. Lots of reasons for it — but at the end of the day, the broken part of the link is the problem. Thankfully, there is a relatively easy solution that you can use to find and fix all the broken links on your website.
In this WordPress Tutorial Video You’ll Learn:
- What to search for to find broken links
- How to find broken links on your website
- How to fix the broken links you’ve found
- How to minimize any drag that working with broken links can create on your website.
Once you’ve found and fixed all the broken links on your website, search engines will rank your site better, your users will appreciate it, and you’ll feel better. So take a few minutes to watch this video and give your website an important tuneup today!