How Can I Locate Broken Links on the Web by Searching for Specific?

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How can I locate broken links on the web by searching for specific anchor text as opposed to by a single webpage?

There are a number of common causes of broken links. External websites that have gone offline. An orphaned link which points to an old page on a site that no longer exists on the server, usually caused by changes in file name or structure. Misspellings in the link. it can have a negative impact on your SEO. This is because the Google web crawlers, or bots, trawl your site to collect data for your ranking. The last thing t want to do is send users to sites that have broken links. Visitors who follow links (which either lead to or from your site) clicked on the link for a reason – t are expecting to see the content behind the link and are interested enough to read it. But if it turns out to be an error page due to a broken link, t will be left disappointed and potentially less trusting of you as your site let them down. This is why it’s really important to avoid linking out to broken content, and to avoid having pages on your own site which are broken. It’s bad to send customers (and the Google bots) to broken pages as both will have a negative impact on your site experience. If a customer can’t find what t are looking for on your website then t are highly likely to leave and not come back, and may end up going to your nearest competitor for the information instead so having broken links can really harm your business reputation as well as your website. Broken links are the ones that bring you to a page that says “404 error”. The most common, self-inflicted, causes of broken links are. Renaming or moving a webpage and forgetting to change your internal links Linking to content (PDFs, videos, etc.) that has been moved or deleted Linking to a third party page, and not knowing when t change the URL or move the page Whatever the cause, broken links are frustrating errors that need to be addressed immediately. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which a broken link can impact your site. Broken links stop search engine crawlers in their tracks Broken links lead to lower website traffic User Experience Users favor sites that work Lost Revenue

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Search engine crawlers may not find your site and won’t index it When a page goes to a broken link and links to an old page, t becomes a lost site and loses out when t compare the two pages Google will automatically show t the two pages at the top of t ‛PageRank‛. T This will make t more difficult for t to get ranked within Google for your keyword’s related search terms. T Google has now automated t search results to check if a site is broken Link removal (in the form of a link karma) may be effective in fixing broken links but may take a considerable amount of time.

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