Example of a page with spam anchors
Broken links are pages with 404 errors. The error occurs if the server cannot find the data requested by the user. For example, a page has been removed or its URL has changed. Such links are harmful to the donor and useless to the acceptor. Try to make sure that the pages of your site, which are linked to, give the code 200. Otherwise, it will be a shame if your expensive outreach does not work out due to a simple technical error. You can check your site for 404 error pages using Google Search Console, Serpstat, Netpeak Spider and other services.