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Search Engine Optimization => Advanced Search Engine Optimization => Topic started by: seo123 on 04-27-2013, 06:04:50

Title: 301 redirection
Post by: seo123 on 04-27-2013, 06:04:50
What do you mean by 301 inner loop?? I have one site A, I redirect it to B then after some time I feels using A was much better now if I will redirect B to A now after deleting the previous redirect(A to B). will it effect or affect???
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: HanksJ on 04-28-2013, 06:26:58
its really somthing need to be seeing, the way you linked from a to b and the way you used the site in general.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: Roger Dave on 04-30-2013, 04:25:20
If it is done by using htaccess (301) for both the time then it will effective or else you have to suffer in terms of PR and SERP.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: David_Thomas on 05-02-2013, 01:21:23
I don't think it will affect, but still curious to know from you about the result.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: webcreations on 05-09-2013, 04:21:46
301 Redirect:The website at the particular URL address in question has been permanently moved to a new address, and there will no longer be any connection between the old address and the new URL address. In HTTP computer protocol, a 301 Redirect is called a response with a status code that induces a browser to arrive at a different location.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: frankdevine on 05-09-2013, 21:07:15
A 301 redirect is a method of telling web browsers and search engines that a web page or site has been permanently moved to a new location. Usually a 301 redirect includes the address to which the resource has been moved. Web browsers will typically follow 301 redirects to the new location automatically, without the need for user action.

A 301 redirect should be used whenever a website is moved to a new domain name (URL) so that search engines will quickly change their indeces and, in theory, preserve the search engine rankings that the site had at the previous domain.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: SallinaJay on 06-03-2013, 01:01:16
This direction simply indicates, that particular url has been permanently moved to a new address.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: raveenasen on 06-05-2013, 03:45:52
A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect from one URL to the other. 301 redirects are used to permanently move a site to a new location. Search engines do not apply penalties to 301 redirects the way they apply them to many other types of redirects.In your case it will not affect the site.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: jayanta1 on 06-06-2013, 05:57:46
A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which passes between 90-99% of link juice to the redirected page. It is most important action that can be taken when moving content from one URL to another while maintaining PageRank as well as search rankings. Proper use of 301 redirects increases user experience by not showing a 404 error when attempting to land on a page that is not available.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: jaysh4922 on 06-14-2013, 00:03:30
A 301 redirect tells the search engine that the page has moved permanently to the new URL. A 302 redirect tells the search engine that the move is only temporary, earch engines handle 301 redirects the same but  Search engines handle 302 redirects very differently thats why i think 301 redirect is better.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: michaladar on 07-30-2013, 07:07:56
You have to use 301 redirection to say the search engine your page has another url and doesn't exist anymore in the current one. I never use 302 redirection because it is not necessary.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: diptijoshi on 07-30-2013, 23:17:06
If you want to move your domain or webpage to new domain or webpage respectively, 301 permanent redirect is used to keep its reputations and authority on the web as that of previous one.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: arindamdutta16 on 08-08-2013, 04:35:19
 301 redirect is the most efficient and SearchEngineFriendly method for webpage redirection. It's not that hard to implement and it should preserve your search engine rankings for that particular page.
 
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: robertclay91 on 08-21-2013, 13:33:11
301 redirect is the most efficient and Search Engine Friendly method for webpage redirection. It's not that hard to implement and it should preserve your search engine rankings for that particular page.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: expertSEO on 09-11-2013, 23:38:41
First of all i would like to tell, there are two types of redirections:

301-permanent
302-temporary

And if one just wants to direct traffic to the new website, 302 should be used but
if the site owner wants the link juice also be transferred to the new website from the old one, 301 needs to be implemented.
As per your question, you have given it a permanent re-direct, so it definitely effect its ranking if you perform a reverse move.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: jamesstuard5 on 11-29-2013, 04:39:30
301 redirects are used to permanently move a site to a new location. Search engines do not apply penalties to 301 redirects the way they apply them to many other types of redirects. You have to change file names or move pages around, it's the safest option. The code "301" is interpreted as "moved permanently".
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: govindmaxnet on 11-29-2018, 20:40:37
I think 301 redirect works. I moved one of my domain from .com to .in and within few days all the backlinks were indexed by google and ahref. It was same website with tld change only, website content remains the same. But i don’t know how does it affect using other websites.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: Neel Patel on 12-02-2018, 22:10:22
What do you mean by 301 inner loop?? I have one site A, I redirect it to B then after some time I feels using A was much better now if I will redirect B to A now after deleting the previous redirect(A to B). will it effect or affect???

why redirect B->A? instead, you can remove the previous redirection A->B also.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: Sajeed024 on 12-04-2018, 04:06:31
A 301 redirect is a permanent redirect which passes between 90-99% of hyperlink equity (ranking power) to the redirected page. 301 refers back to the HTTP fame code for this kind of redirect. In most instances, the 301 redirect is the exceptional method for imposing redirects on a website.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: kustifranti on 12-18-2018, 16:56:30
A 301 divert is a strategy for telling internet browsers and web crawlers that a website page or webpage has been for all time moved to another area. Generally, a 301 divert incorporates the deliver to which the asset has been moved. Internet browsers will ordinarily pursue 301 sidetracks to the new area naturally, without the requirement for client activity.

A 301 divert ought to be utilized at whatever point a site is moved to another space name (URL) with the goal that web crawlers will rapidly change their records and, in principle, protect the web index rankings that the webpage had at the past area.
Title: Re: 301 redirection
Post by: zeeshan786 on 12-24-2018, 04:58:39
A 301 divert is a perpetual divert starting with one URL then onto the next. 301 sidetracks send site guests and web crawlers to an unexpected URL in comparison to the one they initially composed into their program or chose from a web crawler results page.