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    Is 301 necessary if we already added canonical tag?

    Is 301 necessary if we already added canonical tag?

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    If you've already added canonical tags then no need to add 301 redirect. canonical tags are more appropriate than 301 redirect. This is the best practice so you can keep them, no need to add 301 redirect.

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    The 301 redirect and canonical options have been around for years, but ... to make sure we all know how they want us to manage redirections.

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    Redirect options can be intimidating, but hopefully now you have greater clarity on the best course of action. Both options will pass a similar amount of link juice, and will be treated similarly by Google. But in general, the 301 redirect is the preferred route.

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