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How to check the spam and broken link ?

brandonwood
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How to check the spam and broken link ?

Hi all affilorama forum friends

There have a lot of spam and broken link checker tools. But my question is which one is most effective?

Please suggest some.
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dustinkelly
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brandonwood wrote:Hi all affilorama forum friends

There have a lot of spam and broken link checker tools. But my question is which one is most effective?

Please suggest some.


You can try the Check My Link tool that's awesome.

best of luck
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smartscraper
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Check My Link is a chrome extension, ever tried that?
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soleseriouss
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Use Moz DA checker extension to check the Spam score of any website.
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lf8372568
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log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.
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smartscraper
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lf8372568 wrote:log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.


How does this help us? can you explain it furthure?
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charles.gumbley
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I would say that tools like Check my link and MOZ Checker are very good for these kinds of things, maybe you won't get that accurate insight but you will still be able to see the overall quality of the links you are using that will later be useful for adjusting your SEO strategy and finding new sources for the backlinking process.
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viralmarketingguide
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First, log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.” Make sure to set the evaluation period for the amount of time you want to look at. If you check for broken links monthly, set the period for the month since your last check.
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smartscraper wrote:
lf8372568 wrote:log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.


How does this help us? can you explain it furthure?


Waiting for the answer
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socialmmcompany
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First, log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.” Make sure to set the evaluation period for the amount of time you want to look at. If you check for broken links monthly, set the period for the month since your last check.
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kellydustin
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Before clicking any suspicious link, use one of these link checkers to check that it doesn't lead to malware or other security threats.

These sites should deliver the confirmation you need when checking sketchy links:
Norton Safe Web.
ScanURL.
PhishTank.
Google Transparency Report.
VirusTotal.
PSafe dfndr lab.
URLVoid.
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jb1189138
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Broken link is refers to that link which is dead on sites
[url]bookkeeping providers in Cairns[/https://alexilum.com.au/servicing/bookkeeping-cairns/]
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igstoryads
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Is It A Typo? One common cause of broken internal links is typos.
Make the Page Real Again. This is the best solution for fixing broken links in terms of SEO, especially if the missing page has backlinks pointing to it.
Redirects.
Delete the Broken Link.
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smartscraper
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smartscraper wrote:
smartscraper wrote:
lf8372568 wrote:log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.


How does this help us? can you explain it furthure?


Waiting for the answer


Seems like you're on a vacation!
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louisebuckner
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First, log into your Google Analytics account and click on the Behavior tab. Then select “Site Content” and then “All Pages.” Make sure to set the evaluation period for the amount of time you want to look at. If you check for broken links monthly, set the period for the month since your last check.
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smartscraper
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Don't you think, this method will take a long time?
If you have an e-commerce site with 50k pages, it'll be time-consuming.
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