Redirection and 301 Via Plugin: Stop Leaking SEO and Visitors

By Cenay Nailor | SEO

Sep 05

Over time, your blog evolves (hopefully). This means category names change, posts are updated, files move or subdirectories are deleted. What happens when someone clicks a link to a post or file that is no longer there?

They get a 404 Error.

Even with a Custom 404 Error Page, you didn’t deliver the content they thought they were getting. So they might leave.

And if you published that link in a number of places (as you should be doing), you now have *deadlinks* that aren’t getting your visitors to the content you promised them.

You can stop the leaks, plug the holes and deliver the content you promised, no matter where it moved to, even a new domain.

Watch the video and then go grab the Redirection Plugin and start plugging up the holes that evolution leaves behind.

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Thank you for your article! I hope the author do not mind, if I use it for their course..

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Sorry for offtop not tell where Mona is the same nice template for your blog get?.

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Thank you, very interesting article..

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The post brought a lot of thinking left to think ….

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This straight to the point! In other words, and do not say! :).

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Good time of day! I do not see the conditions of use. Can I copy your text written on your site, if you put a link to this page?.

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Text perspective, placing the site to your favorites..

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Thank you. Read with interest. Blog is brought to favorites =).

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