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    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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    Step 1: Find broken links. There are a number of tools you can use to identify broken links, many of them free. ...
    Step 2: Create a report and track your changes. ...
    Step 3: Analyze data and decide which pages should be redirected. ...
    Step 4: Redirect in CMS.


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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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    You can remove broken links from google webmasters tool, under google index in the dashboard of google webmasters tool. There is a option in bing webmasters tool also or else you have to download the software (Xenu's Link Sleuth), install it and then remove the broken urls


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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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    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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    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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    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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    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.


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