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    Will redirects affect SEO?

    Will redirects affect SEO?

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    Redirects are not bad for SEO, but as with so many things only if you put them in place correctly. A bad implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs. After all, you don’t want to see all the hard work you put into building an audience and gathering links to go down the drain.

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    Well, it depends, but in most cases, no. Redirects are not bad for SEO, but — as with so many things — only if you put them in place correctly. A bad implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs

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    It depends, but in most cases. Redirects are not bad for SEO, but -- as with so many things -- only if you place them in place correctly. A implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs.

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    Well, it depends, but in most cases. Redirects aren't bad for SEO, but -- as with all these things -- only if you place them in place properly. A implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs.

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    Redirects are not bad for SEO, but as with so many things only if you put them in place correctly. A bad implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs. After all, you don’t want to see all the hard work you put into building an audience and gathering links to go down the drain.

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    It depends how we put them in place correctly. In most of the cases it is not affects. Wrong implementation may affect and cause some trouble.

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    Yes. It affect when you didn't redirectly or redirect to not found and so on mean It will affect your keywords ranking in SERP.

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    Redirects are used to tell visitors or web crawlers where to go if the page they are requesting is no longer available for one reason or another. Although this concept is fairly simple, many website developers use redirects incorrectly, which can severely impact the website’s performance as well as its SEO ranking.

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    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. If you have to change file names or move pages around, it's the safest option. The code "301" is interpreted as "moved permanently".
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    Well, it depends, but in most cases, no. Redirects are not bad for SEO, but — as with so many things — only if you put them in place correctly. A bad implementation might cause all kinds of trouble, from loss of PageRank to loss of traffic. Redirecting pages is a must if you make any changes to your URLs.

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