Fix those broken URL links

Fix those broken URL links

If your site's content has a lot of external links, you depend on them for back-linkage and your online reach. It's no longer a secret that your site's popularity is determined largely (besides the quality of content) by the incoming and outgoing links, so you better take care of them. Sure, you can rely on internal server logs, 404 errors and Google Analytics to find out when your users hit broken links, but the problem with these tools is that they are merely reporting. You can be more proactive. 293Read more

canadianeditors.com

BEFORE AND AFTER: - the old site (below) had a clumsy vertical navigation, and had a lot of unused, empty space - the new site (above) runs the most important channels across the top (as well as on the side), and uses effective visuals to keep the interface intuitive and informative - the old site was managed manually, introducing many HTML and CSS issues, let alone meta-tagging and tracking - the new site uses a content-management system (CMS) to easily manage and deliver various content types through a single back-end - the old…Read more