How does netTrekker handle "dead" websites?


The Internet is a vast network (or web) of sites about virtually any piece of information you might need. At any given time, hundreds of brand new websites are created, and many older websites go "dead." This pool of dead websites leads to common "page not found" errors that can be very frustrating.

netTrekker has developed a sophisticated system to weed out these dead websites from its database. This process involves both automation and human review. Although it is impossible to guarantee perfection, netTrekker places a very high priority on delivering quality results every time.

Occasionally a user finds a site that has gone dead so recently that our process hasn't caught it. If that happens, users can report the site using the "Report a Problem" link found on each evaluation.