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Identify Broken URLs in Our Bad Link Outs Dashboard

View and fix broken links all in one place

Broken links are a huge frustration for content creators who are always aiming to deliver the perfect user experience to their readers. But during the shuffle of a typical workday, it can be tough to make sure that all links, both new and old, are still functioning properly across every article on your site.

But if you're on RebelMouse, this is no longer a problem. We now have a new dashboard available that allows you to see any bad links across your entire website, all in one place. The dashboard updates every six hours so you'll never miss a bad link again.

You can quickly access this dashboard by appending /r/dashboard/bad_link_outs to your site's URL in your browser's address bar.


The dashboard will display a list of broken links from any of the following pieces of published content:

  • Body of posts
  • Bodies of particles
  • Headlines of particles (including product links)
  • Subheadlines
  • Captions and credits of images
  • Images

Since this feature requires additional server resources, there is a monthly license fee to switch on and maintain the dashboard. If you would like to learn more about this feature, or use it for your site, email support@rebelmouse.com or talk to your account manager today.

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