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Broken outgoing links can be a quality signal to search engines and users. If a site has many broken links it is logical to conclude that it has not been updated for some time. As a result, the site’s rankings may be downgraded.
Although 1-2 broken links won’t cause a Google penalty, we regularly check your website and fix broken links if any, and make sure their number doesn’t grow. It will enhance user experience if we don’t show them broken links pointing to non-existing pages.
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Refer to the audit findings shared by RankChutney Team and correct or update the outgoing link with a working URL.