A broken link is a link that is dead or leads nowhere. You can find out if you have broken links on your statistics page. It will have a symbol to inform you which hub has a broken link. You have to edit the hub and fix the link. If not, then search engines will not give full weight for the link, because they lead nowhere.
by Mike Russo 13 days ago
Have you had this happen to you? I searched for the highlighted broken link but I could not find one. So how do you clear the notice?
by Eric Dockett 13 days ago
This morning I had several dozen Hubs with broken link warnings on one of my other accounts. They were all for YouTube videos. When I checked a few they appeared fine. Within minutes all of the warnings had vanished.Just noting it here so HP is aware of it, or in case other writers see the same...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
Today I have had several alerts for broken links in my hubs that turned out to be videos and all were actually working when I tried playing them,
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
We just made a small update to the site. The biggest change is the addition of the broken link report. It will show you broken links in your text and link capsules.We'll be trying to test all links about once a week, and re-test broken links every 24 hours or so. A link could be...
by Sherri 7 years ago
This is a great feature HP has...flagging Hubs where links within those Hubs are broken.However, just in the last 20 minutes, four of my Hubs showed on My Account page as having broken links. Only one did. (As in, there was no yellow text when looking at those Hubs in edit mode, for three of...
by hutura 7 years ago
Can anyone tell me what is a broken link, and how do you fix it?
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