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    1 Click on Diagnostics from the left menu and select Crawl Errors. 2 Select the Not Found category. 3 If available, click to view which page contains the broken link. 4 To make sure that the URL is indeed indexed in Google, copy and paste the URL into Google's search and see if any result comes up.


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    Broken links are links on your website that point to pages that no longer exist.


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    A broken link is a page with no content on it. Usually, It shows a 404 error. In order to remove it, we suggest that you remove those links or pages from your website and submit a new sitemap excluding those links Or You can redirect that page to your homepage.


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    Click on Site Configuration, and select Crawl Access.
    Select Remove URL.
    Click on New removal request.
    Select the first option to completely remove a page from Google search results. ...
    Click on Next.
    Type the URL of the page you would like to remove from Google.


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    there are a lot of tools to do it, but if it is on your web site , you can do it by yourself


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    We will use the free web validator called Online Broken Link Checker to walk through the step-by-step process of getting rid of any broken pages. Step 2: Open your browser and type brokenlinkcheck.com. Step 3: Enter your website name in the space provided, and click on “Find broken links.”


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    Go to Google webpage removal request tool page and sign in to your Google account. ...
    Click "Create a New Removal Request" button.
    Enter the URL of the page you want to remove. ...
    Tick the“The page returns a 404/410…” checkbox and click Submit Request button.
    The URL you requested will be listed, with “Pending” status.


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    Step 1: . Head to the workbook which contains the broken link creating problem.
    Step 2: . Move the cursor on the Data tab and click the option of Edit Links.
    Step 3: . In the Source file box, click the broken link which you want to delete.
    Step 4: . Select the option of Break Link.
    Step 5: . Press Close. And you are done with removing the broken link. Now you can attach any other relevant or targeted...


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    Quote Originally Posted by chandanthaver View Post
    Gentlemen, Please tell me how to remove broken link from the website?
    Removing a broken link could be a negative thing for your SEO, but if it's a bad link you can simply unlink it from your wordpress backend.

    If it's a bad link, linking to your site, you can use the disavour tool from Google.


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    how to remove broken link
    Broken links are links that lead to pages that do not exist. When clicking on a broken link, the page you land on is called a 404 error page, a standard HTTP response that indicates that the requested URL doesn’t exist.

    What do you do when you happily surf the web and suddenly come across a 404 error?For most of us, the immediate response would be to simply leave the current site in favor of another one because both people and search engines consider broken links as unprofessional.

    404 errors and broken links also have negative effects on your search engine rankings so it is quite reasonable to be proactive in avoiding them to improve exposure and increase site traffic.
    Detecting invalid pages that are indexed by Google
    Once you have signed up for Google Webmaster Tools and have set it up and verified your site (see Google’s Getting Started guide for GWT), here is the process for finding invalid pages.

    1 Click on Diagnostics from the left menu and select Crawl Errors.

    2 Select the Not Found category.

    3 If available, click to view which page contains the broken link.

    4 To make sure that the URL is indeed indexed in Google, copy and paste the URL into Google’s search and see if any result comes up.

    Removing URLs from Google’s search results
    1 Click on Site Configuration, and select Crawl Access.

    2 Select Remove URL.

    3 Click on New removal request.
    4 Select the first option to completely remove a page from Google search results.

    OR

    Select the fourth option in case you want to retain the page in search results but would like to remove the cached version of the page. This is useful in case Google displays an outdated version of the page in the “cached” link.

    5 Click on Next.
    6 Type the URL of the page you would like to remove from Google.

    7 Make sure the first option is selected and then click on Add.

    8 The URL to be removed should now appear in the list. If you want, you can add more pages for removal.

    9 Click on Submit Removal Request.


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