The video links that break are straightforward but the photos and website links I don't understand.
I wrote a hub about cars and detailed my favorite restaurant, linked to their website and three times the link broke! Should I inform the storekeeper? Why wouldn't they want my link promoting them?
Similarly with photos, the photo links celebrate and give credit. Or does my photo link lesson their standing with Google.
I don't understand all this - have spend hours fixing broken links.
Generally links break because the material you are linked to was deleted or moved. Things change.
by Writer Fox2 years ago
To everyone who is using the Disavowal Link Tool on Google and/or has had a loss of traffic, be sure to remove any articles you have on EzineArticles and any other article sites you may have used to post links to your...
by Dorsi Diaz5 years ago
I am working on one of my new websites - and I want to link back to my hubs here. How many times is this OK to do on a website page before it is overkill?
by Jacob Horning6 months ago
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by albc6 years ago
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by GlendaGoodWitch3 years ago
Is there a way to restore our traffic after this Panda update?
by Elisabeth Sowerbutts6 years ago
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