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?

A broken link or dead link is a link on a web page that no longer works because the website is encountering one or more of the reasons below. An improper URL entered for the link by the website owner. The user has software or is behind a firewall that blocks access to the destination website. Go to Content – Content by Title on the dashboard, and load the page All kinds of nonexistent or broken links will trigger the 404 error page The next step is to click the “Go” button on the Google Analytics filter page Remember that redirecting and fixing broken links is an ongoing process. Broken links are links that send a message to its visitors that the webpage no longer exists, triggering the 404 error page. Broken links are roadblocks in the conversion process When you have unhappy visitors on your site, each of them will leave your website, resulting in a higher bounce rate. 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. Google Analytics Now log into Google Analytics. On the left hand menu, navigate to (or search) and open 'Behavior -> Site Content -> All Pages' Directly under the graph, to the right of 'Primary Dimension' select the 'Page Title' link.

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This will highlight the main content on the webpage that triggered that 404 page. Select the 'Header' view to display the main content. This will show 'Content' (or the header) as the primary dimension. Add/remove any content that is present under other main dimensions. Ensure that the main content is not blank (e.g. no data) and that all links are working correctly. For details, see the links on the bottom of this page. If you have questions, feel free to contact us — you can find contact information on these pages. Note: Links can change over time. You can find the new URL for a link by clicking the link or typing the URL in the 'link' box at the top right of this page.

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