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For search engines, as well as for users, the authoritative sources are the ones that provide current content, supplementing relevant existent sources . Unfortunately, referring sources often vanish or an accidental typo happens and then a website starts referring to non-existent sources, which will cause a decrease in its authority. Since, same as people, the search engines don't trust a content that would lead to non-existent content, you should regularly check your content section to see if it contains links to non-existent sources, with broken link checker in Marketing Miner.

Import URLs that a user needs to get data about

To import data, the user uses the section URL Miners, where he imports URL dataset using one of the methods of import. In case of Broken Link Checker, it's probably best to upload a sitemap of a web that a user wants to check.



By pushing this button, a user gets to the miners selection where he clicks on Broken Link Checker and after that on Get data button.

Example of output

Example of output report

Column description

Input Data: URL that the miner checked
Destination: URL sources that return error status code
Status Code: Status code of error URL (in case that a miner did not find any error link, it returns 200)
Type: A type of link (internal/external)
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