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404 Error Page: Report, Monetize and Analyse

After your websites getting more pages and links, the chance that a visitor will follow a broken link to your site exists. If a visitor is trying to access a page on your site, your 404 error page should provide the visitor a “Not found” error. The response is by default some unfriendly page with spare information about the error which let most visitors stop visiting your website. By using these 404 errors the right way, it’s possible to collect important information like:

Of course the broken link or URL
The HTTP_REFERER information where the dead link is available
How often people try to access the bad URL
Using the right tools you’re able to turn 404 error page into a powerful resource: […]