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 Rochelle Frank4 years ago
I have a YouTube video at the bottom of a hub which used to be viewable, but now is not. However, the introductory still picture still shows up and it is very pertinent to the subject. It is of a piece of art that was...
by jodijoyous3 years ago
I had six hubs showing broken links yesterday. I corrected all of them, but two are still showing the broken link icon. And, the edit date hasn't updated. Anyone else seeing this?
by Mike Russo3 years 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 Steve Andrews5 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 ptosis5 years ago
Yet on every single hub that I've made in the past 2 years: ALL links have had the .com removed.Why?
by Alfreta Sailor6 years ago
I have two questions, one a problem, the other just curiosity. Problem first, can someone please tell me how to get rid of those broken links. I took care of the ones that I could see, but the others don't...
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