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    How to fetch 404 error link from webmaster tool?

    Hello Everyone !! How to fetch 404 error link from webmaster tool?

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    For fetch 404 errors follow these steps,
    1. Go to the Google Webmaster
    2. Login to your account.
    3. On the left hand side you will find Crawl options, click on it.
    4. Then click on Crawl errors.
    5. Then there will be 3 options for Desktop version. Click on it as per your requirement.

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    You can find 404 errors from google webmaster tools and also fix all these errors.

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    hello shilparawat,
    While it's normal to have Not Found (404) errors, you'll want to address errors for important pages linked to by other sites, older URLs you had in your sitemap and have since deleted, misspelled URLs for important pages, or URLs of popular pages that no longer exist on your site. This way, the information that you care about can be easily accessed by Google and your visitors.

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    First of all, collect all the 404 error links from the crawl errors under crawl section in Google webmaster account. Then fix those 404 errors by giving 301 redirection to the relevant link. after fixing all the 404 errors, then submit those urls in fetch as google under crawl section seperately.

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    While it's normal to have Not Found (404) errors, you'll want to address errors for important pages linked to by other sites, older URLs you had in your sitemap and have since deleted, misspelled URLs for important pages, or URLs of popular pages that no longer exist on your site. This way, the information that you care about can be easily accessed by Google and your visitors.

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    Broken links and 404 pages are useless for search engine bots and itís a dead-end. Itís an important part of SEO to fix all possible 404 pages. For fetch 404 errors follow these steps,
    1. Go to the Google Webmaster
    2. Login to your account.
    3. On the left hand side you will find Crawl options, click on it.
    4. Then click on Crawl errors.
    5. Then there will be 3 options for Desktop version. Click on it as per your requirement.

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    To find the list of all 404 error pages, you can login to Google webmaster account and under diagnostics click on Crawl errors. Click on not found and you will see a list of all the links which are giving 404 ERRORS.

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