You can use your google webmaster tools to find this info.
On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 2:28 PM, Varun - IT/Startup Consultant <[address removed]>
I spent about 15-20 minutes to find a script/tool that can monitor the source of "page not found" so that you can quickly find that page where the link is broken and fix it.
I couldn't find one such tool. Either I am really bad in Google-ing or there is an opportunity?
I definitely see a need for such script that can be installed like Google analytics code and notifies you whenever a visitor is hit by such error so that you can quickly track it and fix it.
WOuld appreciate if someone knows such solution already exists.. if not, I guess - I will have my team just build it!!!
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