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“In this post, you’ll learn how to find broken links in WordPress so that you can fix ’em up and make sure you’re not annoying your visitors and wasting precious link equity.

Yes – those are the big downers of broken links. Your visitors will be frustrated because they expected to go to content they were interested in, only to be met with a big ugly 404 page. And you’ll be frustrated because you’re wasting time and resources sending Google to content that doesn’t exist. Neither of those things is good for your site.

To fix those problems, I’ll show you five different methods that can turn up WordPress broken links, including both a broken link checker plugin, as well as some non-WordPress tools you can use.”

Read the whole thing here.

Done For You Blog Says: Yep. One of those blog tasks you SHOULD be doing but is boring, right? You don’t want to annoy your readers with broken links, so take a few minutes and read the article. By the way, pay attention to the tip about disabling the Broken Link Checker after you run it. It can be a bit heavy on resources and slow your site down some.