If you have a website that you want to increase the visibility of on Google and other search engines, then one way you can do so is by using our broken link checker tool below.
What are Broken Links?
Broken links are relatively commonplace, especially when a site owner decides to remove a specific page from a website but forgets to implement a redirect (301 or 302) in the process. The result is a broken page or link. These links are known as broken links and in most cases they are simply useless for both your site visitors and search engine crawlers.
Using a link checker tool like the one featured above can help a webmaster make sure that their pages are well-linked and that their permalinks are working correctly. If a site owner determines through casual observation or through technical tools that many of the links on their site are broken, search engines may begin to de-index those broken pages from their search results to prevent a poor user experience.
How to Use this Tool
A good link checker tool has many features that it can use to quickly identify broken links, but it will do so even without human intervention. This means that a site owner can have the broken link checked with just a couple of clicks of the mouse. Once the checker has found the broken link, it will give a summary of what the problem is and the status of the links on that particular website. After this is done, a simple fix can be performed to fix the broken link problem. The report will show that the link was actually broken and not just listed as a broken link and the status of the links that were listed were in the correct condition.