It is easy to fix all the 404 errors on your site if you only have a few dozen not found errors. What if you have hundreds or thousands of 404 errors? What if you can't fix those 404s with a bulk code fix? Your web team might not have the time available to fix all hundreds or thousands of 404s.
In the case, you have to prioritize the 404 errors on your site and fix the most important 404s affecting your visitors. At SpringTrax, we give you an indication of priority calculated based on a number of different factors.
With SpringTrax, you'll know which 404s deserve your immediate attention and which 404s you can wait to fix when you've got time.
How do we determine priority? Our priority calculation formula looks at a multitude of factors, but it ultimately comes down to three primary areas.
Of course, if you can we strongly suggest you fix every 404 error. But, your time (and your developer's time) is limited and we want to make sure you use that time wisely. So, if you only have time to fix some of the 404s affecting your visitors, then we want to make sure you fix the most important 404s.