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The Most Advanced 404 Monitor for WordPress ★★★★★ You invest so much into your website. You create content, design, formatting, publishing, hosting, promotions, etc. All with the hopes of gaining traffic from all avenues. The most consistent source of traffic for any website is SEO, and proper SEO optimization can make or break your website. All your content efforts can go in vain if your target user can’t find the correct information on your website. The biggest culprit for those are 404 errors. 404 errors occur when a user tries to access a page that does not exist. This can be your fault, the user’s fault, or the fault of a website linking to your website. It’s OK to encounter 404 errors on a website, especially a growing website. What’s not OK is not to fix the 404 errors. Not fixing 404 errors can lead to dissatisfied users, loss of search engine traffic, and a thinner bottom line. Even after it being obvious that they should fix 404 errors, most website owners never get around to doing so. Why? Because it’s time-consuming! You have to go through your server logs, find the 404 errors, make a list of URL with errors, then decide what to do with them, then spend the time in fixing it. What if you could automate...
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