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Hi guys it's Jamie from MaxResultsSEO.com in this video I'm going to show you how to use my broken link finder tool. For those of you don't know what broken link finder is, it allows you to find broken links in a websites HTML. Expired Domains etc for various niches or on a specific list of websites, and you can choose broken links as a great way of finding free white, fully safe, stong links to boost your website up the rankings.
Okay, so let's start: firstly, you have two options. You can either crawl a list of websites that you specify for broken links or you can enter search terms and broken link finder will scrape domains that are returned from Bing for those search terms. In this example we will go with the search term option, so click search website from keywords and enter a list of lines, separated keywords, so we're going to go for a funny dog picture and funny cat videos.
Now there's a couple of quick things. I just like to touch on before we start the search. This just scrape, don't auto crawl, quite handy because what you'll find sometimes is when you search for terms on Bing you'll, get a lot of them but not highly related pages, but they're on really authority domains like Amazon and obviously you don't really want to go crawling thousands of thousands of pages on Amazon to try and get a link from them because it won't happen. So you can quickly search great, just scrape option and I'll bring back all the domains then put them in the box on the left here and then you can manually remove the ones that you don't want and then start the tool.
Also a few small options here. I probably just leave those as they are. If you find you're getting loads and loads of false positives broken links, then you can tick that so you only get 404's and not none resolving domains. I leave the rest. Now enter the amount of pages you'd like to scrape from on Bing. In this example, that's just a couple of pages then enter the amount of pages you'd like to crawl for broken links on each domain. In this example, we'll just leave it at a thousand. Now, let's click start and see what we get okay. Well, it's only been running for about 30 seconds. Now you can see it's already found some 404 errors. Some expired domain names here or invalid domain names or the DNS is incorrectly configured but yeah there you go so you can export those and then sort through them to find the ones that you want, and email the webmasters and see if you can score some strong links. Okay, that's it. I hope you've enjoyed the video guys.