Online Tool To Find and Repair Broken Links on Your Blog

Broken links on a blog are not just an hinderance to traffic but their existence may also drive away visitors when they click on a ‘post link’ but are served with an error page :/
The hitch caused with getting new visitors is because of the dead links in which readers won’t be able to find information or pages they are looking for.
As if thats not enough, Your blog’s rank on Search Engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing etc will gradually begins to fall where broken links exist in mass

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Good News from NSB as i will be sharing with you a Free Broken Link Check which not just tells you the links that are dead but it will also point to you where exactly those links are located in your website!
Read: Free Backlink Checker – Check Sites that Links to your Site.

The features of the BrokenLink Tool include:

  • Checks your websites and blogs for dead links.
  • Can scan an unlimited number of web-pages.
  • Validates both internal and external URLs.
  • Shows the location of problematic links in your HTML.
  • and also

  • Reports error codes (404 etc) for all bad URLs.

How To Use the Broken Link Online Tool

  • Visit Broken Link Checker Online
  • Type in your url and click on ‘Find broken link’.
  • It will display another page with a security code, enter the security code and click on “Find broken links now!
  • It will start scanning your webpages for broken links.
  • If it finds one, it will display a box in which the broken link is displayed in the box with url, src and bad host below the box.
    To view the location of the post, click on “url”.
  • Are you confused somewhere; thats what the comment box is for, ask me and i’ll reply asap.
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