There are several ways to redirect users and search engines from one URL to another. 301 redirects, in particular, tell browsers that a page moved permanently. That means the old URL isn’t in service anymore and that the browser can send users to the page’s new location. This setup can come in handy in multiple situations, such as changing domains, website structures, or just moving specific pages. But how do 301 redirects affect SEO? We’ve got answers to that question, as well as some alternative methods below. Let’s get to it!
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