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Broken links or dead links are links that no longer work due to a change in the link's path or file name. In other words, they are no longer active or have been taken down.
Broken or dead links can negatively affect your site's rankings in Google search results if the pages that contain these links result in a 404 error. This is because search engine crawlers can interpret 404 errors as a lack of content on your site or simply as a bad ranking signal.
If you discover broken or dead links on your website, you can attempt to repair them by updating the link's path or file name to make it functional again. You can also replace these links with more relevant ones that lead to active content on your site.
The best way to avoid broken and dead links are to maintain a healthy link-building campaign. You can use tools like Google Search Console or Ahrefs or Semrush to find these links on your site and fix them as quickly as possible to boost ranking prospects.
You can also redirect to make sure that users can get current information while exploring the website.
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