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Google Webmaster Tools Reports Broken Backlinks

Andrea Schultz
by Andrea Schultz on Oct 14, 2008 9:23:00 AM

Google Webmaster Tools now allows you to see some of the locations of your broken backlinks. Nice! To see the new Google Webmaster Tools feature, login to your account. Assuming your Web site is verified, click on Diagnostics > Web Crawl > Not Found. To the right of each not found URL there is a link for # pages. Click that and a pop up window of locations of that broken link are shown.

Be sure to go and see how many backlinks are broken for your Web site and don’t forget to let the webmasters of the broken link Web sites know that they should update their links!!!

Google Webmaster Tools Broken Backlinks

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Andrea Schultz
Written by Andrea Schultz
Andrea is the VP, Online Marketing at E-Power and works to integrate and organize the pieces of the puzzle to carry out highly effective programs for our clients. As an account lead, she runs the day to day programs for a number of our clients, but she is our team's sounding board, chief problem solver and all around organic guru, working hard to ensure all of E-Power's clients benefit from her experience and expertise.

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