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  1. SEO & Website Redesign: Relaunching Without Losing Sleep

    Another form of content duplication is the creation of new URLs without properly redirecting old URLs via a 301 permanent redirect. Lastly, make sure all rewritten URLs include a 301 permanent redirect from the old URL to the new URL.

  2. Proper SEO and the Robots.txt File

    The company should have set up a 301 permanent redirect to pass the value from the old web pages on the site to the new pages instead of disallowing the search engines to index any of the old legacy pages.

  3. SearchDay | Give SEO Time!

    Permanent 301 redirect, changed domain not indexing.help! Feb 6, 2009 hi everyone, i have moved my blog to a new domain name and set a 301 permanent redirect to the new(its an old domain) domain name.

  4. SEO Web Site Review: Water Filter Corner

    When you decide that this tactic is right for you, be sure to 301 (permanent) redirect your old/legacy URLs to their new location. If your Web site's pages already rank well, it might not make sense to rewrite URLs.

  5. Tin Foil Hat? I Have Mine On

    Or, if they manage to remember the redirection, they may institute a 302 (temporary) redirect rather than a 301 (permanent) redirect. You should try to keep pages of your Web site as close to the root domain as you can.

  6. Hosting Issues and SEO

    By ensuring that these pages are properly referenced as 404s, you can properly redirect the visitor to a relevant page and ensure that there are not any issues of "duplicate content" (pages for which the only text on the site says "page not found").

  7. Domain Acquisition -- How Much is Too Much?

    However, for this particular client, using a 301 permanent redirect, we would be able to redirect a domain name with a great history and a great number of quality links to this new domain name. This new domain also has age, relevant, existing...

  8. SEO Success -- Guess What...Content Works!

    Sometimes, I can point out a couple of things that will make a near-immediate impact on Web sites -- such as fixing a duplicate content/mirror issue by implementing a 301 permanent redirect strategy, correcting a robots.txt file (I spoke with...

  9. Search Engine Optimization: Back To Basics

    Pick a new brandable domain name and find an expired domain name; redirect the expired domain name to your new domain name using a 301 permanent redirect. Once you have good content on a given Web page, you must realize that if given a choice, a...

  10. It Pays to Link Consistently

    For example, the local NBC affiliate in Dallas, Texas uses an Apache (Unix) Web server and has set up a 301 permanent redirect from their home page (http://www.nbc5i.com/) to http://www.nbc5i.com/index.html.

  11. Don't Hire a Butcher to do a Baker's Job - Part 2

    Use a permanent 301 redirect to pass any of your built "authority" in the search engines to the new pages/URLs. Be sure to check other Web sites that are running on a given platform and see an example of that site having solid rankings (for...

  12. Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site - Part 2

    Perhaps you can contact that site owner and ask them to fix the link to your Web site; or perhaps the visitor is being redirected with a 302 temporary redirect rather than a 301 permanent redirect. A 404 error isn't a redirect, but this will tell...