Broken link check, 404
A dead or broken link is a web page that a user cannot access, for various possible reasons. Broken links are also known as link rots. When a client tries to access a broken link, the web server will display an error message.Watch video about LINKO
Meta tags errors
Broken links 404, 500 error
Canonical links errors
Redirecting fails ect.
Here are some examples of error codes that web servers display in response to a broken link:
- 404 Page Not Found
- 400 Bad Request
- Bad Host
- Bad URL
- Bad Code
Apart from being annoying, broken links are also damaging to a company’s reputation and may hurt its profits. Dead hyperlinks will cause customers to move on to competitors with a better website. Companies will also have problems acquiring new audiences as dead links won’t give them what they’re looking for.
When a website is constantly returning bad links, its search engine rankings will deteriorate. This shows that the brand isn’t up to par as it cannot even manage its site properly.
Thankfully, Linko provides a tool to help prevent you from falling into the link rot trap. This detector will crawl an entire website to determine if there are invalid web page references on the site. It’ll provide the locations of these broken links so you can work on fixing them. This will prevent your visitors from receiving those dreadful “Page Not Found” errors when they click on your links.
Broken links are detrimental to your site’s ranking. When you own a website, you want it to appear front and center each time someone searches for it. And when they click on your links, you don’t want them to receive a 404 Bad Request error. Linko is here to ensure none of that happens. We mean business here. Find out how Linko can fix all your SEO problems today!