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Is Redirecting hurts SEO?

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john_nickson:
I'm just wondering, is really redirecting a web page hurts seo? Can someone explain.!

MVMInfotech18:
domain to another, and it will take effect on new domain in a few days, the most obvious example is SEOmoz which redirect seomoz.org to moz.com. Right now, most of keywords which ranked well for seomoz.org now
ranks the same for moz.org.


However, if your domain received too many 301 redirects from other domains, the positive effect will only counts in less than two weeks. And this is the way most of backchat SEO do, even now in these days to gain quick keyword ranking.

billyjhon:
Indeed, it depends, however much of the time, no. Sidetracks are not awful for SEO, however — as with such a large number of things — just on the off chance that you set up them effectively. An awful usage may raise a wide range of ruckus, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Diverting pages is an unquestionable requirement in the event that you roll out any improvements to your URLs.

Yuga:
When executed properly, redirects will not harm your SEO rankings at all. Conversely, when executed improperly, they can destroy your SEO rankings. Read on to understand how these two things have to work together in order to allow your site to succeed and pick up some tips on how to go about doing it.

Lishmalinyjames:
A redirect is a way to send both users and search engines to a different URL from the one they originally requested. The three most commonly used redirects are 301, 302, and Meta Refresh.

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