Is Your 404 Error Page a Dead End?

Screenshot of Custom 404 page We’ve all seen them from time to time. The dreaded “Nothing Found Here” page or 404 Error Page.

This can happen when a link is broken or the visitor to your site types in a URL wrong. Sometimes, it’s because you completely took down a page or post rather than edit (??).

Having a custom 404 page provides a better user experience to your visitor because it’s not a dead end.

Google suggests this is good practice and offers some helpful ideas and widgets.

I recently updated the 404 error on ConverStations with a few helpful links. Thoughts from John Sadddington’s post on Customizing Your 404 Page is a great help.

Is your 404 Error page a dead end? It doesn’t have to be.

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