Looks like Bear Flag Branding got a little press over the weekend! This is awesome! It’s our first press!

We were asked by CNBC to comment on some of the more creative and some of the best 404 error pages on the interwebs.

“It’s a little unexpected surprise that can be memorable, as opposed to forgettable, while keeping people on the site, engaged, and lowering the bounce rate,” said Brian Dragich, founder of Bear Flag Branding, which helps small businesses build websites.

Dragich finds games and fully interactive error pages to be “a little much,” and that the concept takes away from the true purpose of the 404 page. Still, he understands the reasoning behind the trend. “You feel like you’ve found a secret page that people only visit if they’d made a mistake.”

CLICK HERE… To see the chosen best 404 error pages, and read the rest of the article.

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