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301 Redirects

Imagine your website moving to a new location, but you don’t want visitors to get lost! 301 redirects a handy entity in technical SEO, handles this situation perfectly.  

These redirects act like forwarding addresses, permanently sending visitors from an old URL to the new and updated one.  This ensures a smooth user experience and avoids frustrating “404 Page Not Found” errors. 

Plus, search engines recognize 301 redirects and transfer the SEO value of the old page to the new one, so your website’s ranking doesn’t suffer.

However, 301 redirects shouldn’t be used excessively in technical SEO. It’s important to have a clean and organized website structure.  Focus on creating high-quality content with clear internal linking, and use 301 redirects only when absolutely necessary, such as for permanently moved pages or merged content.

By using them strategically, you can maintain a user-friendly website and ensure search engines understand your website’s structure.

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