Best Broken Link Checker Tools?

hoangvu

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Hello,

I'm looking for any tools to check for broken links on my website.
which tools will you recommend and is your favorite tool?
 

Dopani

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As all of us knew broken links are very serious errors need to be corrected for our website if you don't want the amount of website traffic you are descending from the search engines and readers. Here I will introduce to you useful tools to check broken links on your website.

Google Webmaster Tools
Google's tool is indispensable for webmasters. you can check for broken links (error 404)'s website by logging into Google Webmaster Tool, in part Crawl / Crawl Error / Not found.
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Broken Link Checker
If you are using WordPress to create a blog, this plugin is that you should not ignore, Broken Link Checker will make you surprised when installed this plugin, it can scan the entire website and send the link 404 to the WordPress Dashboard. You only need to install the Broken Link Checker plugin and activate this plugin only, very simple and easy to use.
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W3C Link Checker
W3C Link Checker à a web tool and the high quality of W3c. It is an advanced tool to help you check out the website link, anchor text, css and html web page again.
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Online Broken Link Checker
An online tool lets you check at its home page, you just enter the URL and click on the Find button broken links as it will scan your website and the link 404 notice.
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Web Link Validator
Web Link Validator - This is the first software that I know to check for broken links. This SEO software only supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8 (32 and 64 bit) and Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 no version for MAC.
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Which tool is best for you?
We find that Google Webmaster Tools is the best value for webmasters, while you are using free other tools, you can combine more tools to get best results for you. Of course, choosing the right tool will depend on your needs. :)
 

TejasWebHosting

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Good post, Dopani. I personally prefer the W3C broken link checker. It is easy, free, and straight to the point.
 
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