Broken links and broken backlinks can hurt your website’s organic rankings in Google. But there’s an easy way to find and fix all of these SEO issues. Subscribe: …
Is it possible to use Ahref to check for competitors broken backlinks in a larger scale ???? for https://doingbuzz.com
Nice video but i am looking for Youtube video backlink checker which your thumbnail shows
watch at 1.5x. thank me later
great job sir nice work
I have installed seo backlink plugin in wordpress to add backlinks. After it crossed 450 above it doesn't get submitted. Can you please say what will be the issue? (firstname.lastname@example.org) otherwise say here itself
"Mayan predicted end of Ahrefs" lol
nice tutorial thanks for share with us
this option has been removed
your english sucks 🙁
great job love your work
Hey Tim, any suggestions for who to outsource work like this to?
Hey Tim, after fixing those backlinks we should have an option to re-check all of our website because they took long time to disappear. That option should be added to Site Health section.
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Is it possible to use Ahref to check for competitors broken backlinks in a larger scale ???? Like say ex. 200 domains (and all its inner pages) for broken links ??? Im looking for a software that can check for broken links, so I dont have to do this 1 at a time. Though I have to say, I like all your videos. Very helpful, and its nice learning about ahref and about SEO in general.
this is really fantastic i loved it thanks for making this for us..love u tim
From my experience, almost every time you will find the same or any other relevant content on your website before redirecting to root domain.
The first thing you should look is if the content still exist on the website with a different URL or maybe moved to another category/section.
Starting with the example given by Tim Soulo, you could easily find the old content with a Google search by URL or by title. And it took me about 5 seconds to find the exact same content on this URL: https://blog.ahrefs.com/ahrefs...
If your page is permanently gone, or you don't want it anymore on your website, you should find a related page to point your URL redirect, because as we know 301 redirects pass authority and link juice from the old pages.
Good stuff. However for broken backlinks I think there is a 3rd option besides 301 directing everything to home page or recreating old content. For broken backlinks I'm just doing a 301 to the nearest matching (or similar) page. For example /schedule-appointment/ is a 404 but I have many backlinks to it because in 2014 it was changed to simply /appointments/. So I 301 /schedule-appointment/ to /appointments/.
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