The link becomes ‘broken’ when it ceases to exist, or function as it should. Typically, it happens after a post has been published for some time, even as far back as a year or two. As a webmaster, you’re not really worrying about those broken links, but should you?
The SEO world is taking many turns, in the most recent news – Google decided to cut the oxygen to one of their most talked about features: Google Authorship. It was the little feature that added your photo to Google search results, whenever your relevant content would come up.
I don’t think there are that many flaws and disadvantages of using the default WordPress commenting system, many web-masters still rely upon it, and aren’t thinking about alternatives just yet. Though, those who’re more conscious of how Google ranks pages, might want to reconsider!
The speed at which your blog loads is critical to attracting more readers to your blog. If your blog takes a long time to load, many readers may leave your blog before they have the chance to read it. Being the internet-savvy person that I am, I’ll settle for slow sites in various occasions, but as soon as it starts to happen all the time – I raise my concern.