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12-20-2018, 05:50 AM
Will redirects affect SEO?

12-20-2018, 09:44 AM
It depends. Any 3xx type of redirect will not negatively affect your site. In fact, all 3xx type redirects now pass full PageRank to the new URL's.

You shouldn't go mad with your redirects though. Say for example you purchased a load of expired domains that have authority and 301 redirect them to your home page. Google will see this as a big red flag. Your site would most like get penalised and organic traffic drop. The googlebot is very clever when it comes to this.

However, if say you have over 1000 referring domains and you only 301 redirect20 expired domains then this will most likely pass as its a small number with regards to the overall number of referring domains BUT be very careful as its still suscptable to being seen as dodgy and could land your site in hot water.

12-21-2018, 01:41 AM
Will redirects affect SEO?

No.which i have seen till now...you can do redirect your website

12-21-2018, 01:49 AM
The redirected page will still retain its PageRank, MozRank, Page Authority and Traffic Value – and the detour page will not accumulate any. Any 3xx type of redirect will not negatively affect your site. But it’s quite dangerous to use a 302 redirect by mistake. It will really hurt your site’s search engine visibility.

12-21-2018, 02:43 AM
No, if we redirect your site to new site it will not affect website SEO rankings (https://ibrand.crbtech.in/seo/). But if your site having some 404 error pages then it will affect and it get negative impact on seo.

12-22-2018, 04:28 AM
The short answer is no, it’s SEO safe.

301 redirects pass the backlink power to the new URL. It is a permanent redirect and Google respects that legitimate sites sometimes restructure or move.