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Link-Assistant updates broken link checker

18 April 2011 BY

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Links are important, so everybody tries to get as many high quality links to their websites as possible. But what some website owners tend to forget is that another type of links is also very important in SEO: internal links.

It is always important to know whether links on your website still work or not. Broken links after all must be fixed as soon as possible. Manually checking all the links is not do-able, so SEO’s look for tools like Xenu. But there are more tools like that.

Link-Assistant.Com now has updated its on-page optimization tool WebSite Auditor to assist in easier spotting of broken links. Users now get the full list of broken links, their anchor text and HTTP status codes.

Viktar Khamianok, CEO and Co-Founder, Link-Assistant.Com says:

“To ensure swift and reliable on-page optimization, users must have all the required data at hand, without even the need to go to a different page. Thus, we believe that introducing the advanced broken links checker into WebSite Auditor delivers a step change in fast and smart on-page optimization.”

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Bas van den Beld is a speaker, trainer and online marketing strategist. Bas is the founder of Stateofdigital.com. -- You can hire Bas to speak, train or consult.
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