What are 404 pages?
Many posts have been posted on your website. You deleted a post from them. When a visitor enters that link, the page shows a 404 error. The visitor then leaves the website. Then the bounce rate of your website increases.
What might be the problem with the 404 pages?
These are all links to your website, as recorded in Google. Google does not like it if there is an error in any of the links there. Google provides a special warning for this problem, which signals something terrible for the site.
What is Broken Backlink?
There are many types of posts on your website. If that post is to be SEO friendly, then you have to create Internal / External Backlink. If this link is damaged for any reason, it is called a Broken Link.
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