404 errors and a site's performance

denverdonate

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I was reading through the Google Webmaster documents and there was something about 404 errors and it didn't seem like what I remember. The document (page) noted that 404 errors don't generally hurt a website but the people coming to your website and getting the 404 has more to do with it.

Is this real? Or am I understanding this wrong?

A long time ago Google took into account the entire website and now ranks page-by-page more independently is this why?
 

JohnWeb

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I would say 404 errors don't hurt a website. Create helpful redirects for your real human visitors.
 

arindamb

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If you don't create redirections for 404 error pages or remove them on your web pages then it will hurt your SEO site.
 
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