Dead links

  • weblaunchphxx
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A link on a web page that no longer works. A dead link occurs when a web page that the link is linking to is removed, causing a 404 error. There are applications and websites that will help you find all the dead links on your website. It may effect your ranking. So, check the dead links with the following link:
Dead links checker
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  • JasonStanley
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Thats a very nice tool, thanks for pointing it out.
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Thanks for the link.. surely it help a lot..
  • tomfrederick
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according to me dead link ia an html link that the destination page no longer exists.
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weblaunchphxx wrote:
A link on a web page that no longer works. A dead link occurs when a web page that the link is linking to is removed, causing a 404 error. There are applications and websites that will help you find all the dead links on your website. It may effect your ranking. So, check the dead links with the following link:
Dead links checker


I am wondering if search engine give penalty for dead links?
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By wikipedia wrote:
A dead link or broken link is a link on the world wide web that points to a web page or server that is permanently unavailable. The most common result of a dead link is a 404 error, which indicates that the web server responded, but the specific page could not be found.
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pointing to a site unrelated to yours is also considered as dead link or broken link,.

you can try this tool:
http://www.dead-links.com/
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cEejay_01 wrote:
pointing to a site unrelated to yours is also considered as dead link or broken link


So where did you get this information? Can you explain it further?
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skysoldier wrote:
cEejay_01 wrote:
pointing to a site unrelated to yours is also considered as dead link or broken link


So where did you get this information? Can you explain it further?


why don't you search the net for you to have some contribution as an SEO,. you can't be just like that,. keep on asking.
  • Rajesh8
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I also use cEejay_01's recomendations tool http://www.dead-links.com

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