Avoid broken links

ONE MORE TIME YA LET ME CLICK A BROKEN LINK AND I THROW MY AXE UNTO YA!

Broken links on your website are annoying. It undermines not only your credibility and user experience but it is also bad for your search engine ranking result.

The “404 - page not found” is always a source of frustration: you think you just found what you’re looking for and then it leads to an empty page.

It gives the visitor the feeling that you are not on top of your business or that your site is outdated. They are right: web pages that you have referred to move sometimes to other places and the older your page is, the more chance there is that you end up with broken links.

GOOD TO KNOW:

Broken links can always happen, especially if you refer to pages outside your own website. Better than the generic “404 - page not found” you can make a custom page with a back-button.

Another good way to avoid frustration is to create a home button on all the pages you have.

CONCLUSION:

Checking for broken links is only one of the many maintenance tasks you have to do on a regular basis. Many of us like to focus on our business and not just our website. The question rises if you need to hire a professional in digital media, not just a website builder. At the other hand, we understand that some of you have already invested serious amounts of capital in building a website but without receiving the promised rewards. The best and most beautiful website doesn’t automatically guarantee web traffic. Type in your web address in the box below and after we scanned your (or your competitor’s) website, we give you a brief overview of its health and performance - for free. The results are in easy understandable language and thus for everyone who has no digital or technical knowledge.

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