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301/302 Redirects
We’ll be discussing what a 301 and 302
how it affects SEO, and how we can use it.

redirect is,
/re·di·rect/

Definition from the web: to direct
(someone or something) to a different
place or by a different route.
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
To make it simpler, redirecting a page
often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.

This is not always the case because
...
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work

The webpage/site is no
longe...
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work
having a new webpage/site tha...
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work
having a new webpage/site tha...
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work
having a new webpage/site tha...
You usually redirect a page for the
following reasons:

The URL is broken or it
doesn’t work
having a new webpage/site tha...
How do you do it?
We’ll tell you HOW.
We’ll tell you HOW.
We’ll tell you HOW.
We’ll tell you HOW.

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  1. 1. 301/302 Redirects
  2. 2. We’ll be discussing what a 301 and 302 how it affects SEO, and how we can use it. redirect is,
  3. 3. /re·di·rect/ Definition from the web: to direct (someone or something) to a different place or by a different route.
  4. 4. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it.
  5. 5. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change
  6. 6. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design,
  7. 7. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design, the coding,
  8. 8. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design, the coding, the navigation,
  9. 9. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design, the coding, the navigation, etc… ? ? ? ?
  10. 10. To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design, the coding, the navigation, etc… It depends on what purpose you are redirecting the page for. ? ? ? ?
  11. 11. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work
  12. 12. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work The webpage/site is no longer active
  13. 13. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work having a new webpage/site that people want to visit instead of the old one The webpage/site is no longer active
  14. 14. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work having a new webpage/site that people want to visit instead of the old one The webpage/site is no longer active A/B testing a new webpage in terms of design or functionality
  15. 15. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work having a new webpage/site that people want to visit instead of the old one Fixing a webpage and temporarily make a detour for users for continual website experience The webpage/site is no longer active A/B testing a new webpage in terms of design or functionality
  16. 16. You usually redirect a page for the following reasons: The URL is broken or it doesn’t work having a new webpage/site that people want to visit instead of the old one Fixing a webpage and temporarily make a detour for users for continual website experience The webpage/site is no longer active A/B testing a new webpage in terms of design or functionality You want your users to make the best pancakes (just kidding!)
  17. 17. How do you do it?
  18. 18. We’ll tell you HOW.
  19. 19. We’ll tell you HOW.
  20. 20. We’ll tell you HOW.
  21. 21. We’ll tell you HOW. or
  22. 22. We’ll tell you HOW.
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