17 responses

  1. Prabhakaran
    November 26, 2011

    Great man useful tips :) Though i have linked my post contents to external sites for reference & source, is this plugin consider that are broken links?

  2. Amir Nasir
    November 27, 2011

    hello harsh, when i used this plugin, i got no link found as a message for my blog…is this an error? or really my blog is having no broken links

    • rakesh
      November 28, 2011

      It means you does not have any such broken link my dear friend. :)

  3. Mihir
    November 27, 2011

    Hey Harsh Thanks for this article. IN my latest blog I required to manually check those backlinks when I get 404 error. I found 31 broken links after installing this plugin. Thanks.

  4. Irfan
    November 28, 2011

    Thank you Harsh for a great review on Broken Link plugin i’m using the same plugin in my blog to find the dead links. I can easily check the status from inside the dashboard & can work on directly by visiting link to plugin settings.

  5. rakesh kumar
    December 8, 2011

    Your blog really looks good for me for the text allignment made. I have seen text alligned towards left, right or towards centre in many blogs. How did you do this in your blog. Kindly let me know this technique which makes the blog look even prettier. thank you…….

  6. Dave Doolin
    December 25, 2011

    Yes, that’s right: use BLC on a regular basis, dropping the tables when it’s not needed. Also, you can control how much load BLC puts on your server. Very handy!

  7. Young
    January 22, 2012

    The Broken Link Checker is really a good plugin for a website with many outbound links, but unfortunately, it didn’t work for my blog, since it always tracked URLs but never display any result, even though I disabled all the other WordPress plugins.

    Any suggestion about how to fix this problem will be very appreciated.

    • Harsh Agrawal
      January 22, 2012

      @Young under settings > Check load time… Set to check for links when load is below certain level….For example: In one of my blog it’s set as 2 and on ShoutMeLoud it’s set at certain level…. Tell me know if it works or not.

      • Young
        January 22, 2012

        Hi Harsh, you are a genius, yes, the Broken Link Check is working on my blog now when leaving the Server load limit column empty, thank you very much and happy Chinese New Year!

  8. Neha
    May 31, 2012

    Very Useful article.I was worried about broken links for long time.I tried though the 404 redirection but i am finding duplicate meta info in my webmaster account.
    I installed broken link checker.I will try it as you suggested.

  9. Duyu Nimey
    March 23, 2013

    Hi Harsh
    Thank you for such helpful post, i have removed all my broken links. actually i had already installed the “Broken link checker ” but was unable it in my dashboard :) (i was checking inside the setting option again and again) but after reading this tutorial with all the images i accomplished my work easily, thank you (once again).

  10. erina
    June 22, 2013

    Today my site disappear from google index’s and then i know from email that’s Google has applied a manual spam action to site. and judge my blog, Thin Content.
    Thank’s I found this site where i know what exactly solution to check broken and redirected link then fix it.
    Good Job Harsh. thank you very much.

  11. Jack
    July 13, 2013

    Hey Harsh – Thanks for this useful article. I have used the Broken Link Checker plugin many times and it always worked fine for me. Excellent plugin!

  12. Ikshit Kakkar
    October 3, 2013

    hi harsh,
    when i fix redirects it shows the following message ” Replaced 0 redirects with direct links Failed to fix 30 redirects ”
    what to do??

  13. Jack
    October 18, 2013

    Hi, Harsh

    Great tip. Great plugin.

    After reading you post I installed it at one of my blogs.

    I found more than 300 broken links. I fixed all of them.

    Thank you

    • Harsh Agrawal
      October 22, 2013

      I’m glad this plugin helped you.. :)

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