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Do your social media updates get a lot of shares, comments, and clicks? And do they drive a lot of traffic back to your blog?
Maybe you get very few interactions and referral traffic from social media. Worse still, perhaps your social posts go completely unnoticed.
If you’re just starting out with social media or if you’ve been struggling with your social content’s performance, then this post is for you.
Here, you’ll learn how to optimize your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn profiles and content to get visible results. Not only that, you’ll also learn how to use these top social networks to drive more traffic back to your blog.
Ready? Let’s begin!
If you have ever searched the internet for anything, you are likely to have occasionally come up against a screen that reads Page Not Found or Error: Link Not Found. This is commonly referred to as 404 error.
Why does this happen? For quite a few reasons, including:
- When a site is moved from one domain to another, links can get broken.
- External links may lead to pages that do not exist any more.
- The domain may no longer exist.
- Proper hosting may no longer be maintained.
- The firewall settings may be different.
- URLs may be written wrongly.
There are many tools for checking broken links on your site and most of them are free.