The 3 Common Types of Site Redirects

The 3 Common Types of Site Redirects
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The most common types of site redirects are 301, 302, 303. While they might seem a blur of meaningless numbers at first, we can assure you that each have their own significance and can actually benefit your website’s SEO. Here is a breakdown of each type of redirect. 

1. 301 Permanent Redirect

If you ever see a 301 on your website, it means that the page has permanently redirected. The page has either been deleted or has moved to an alternate address. 301’s on your website can confuse customers. Therefore, you should try to eliminate all 301 error pages and replace them with updated content. 

2. Prioritize Content

With so much information out there on the Internet, users sometimes find it difficult to sort out which is more important. By prioritizing the content that you feel would benefit your clients the most, you are taking a step ahead of your competitors. Some ways of prioritizing content include posting them on the front page of your website or running social media campaigns that link to those pages. 

3. Claim Your Google My Business Profile

Clients of today’s digital era are looking for the most affordable and reliable business to work with. This is why your lawyer firm needs to have an updated Google My Business profile. By doing so, you increase your site’s appearance on Google’s search engine and can also encourage past clients provide reviews about your business. 

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