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    Can I redirect (301 redirect) a website and then delete the old website and still hav

    Can I redirect (301 redirect) a website and then delete the old website and still have the redirects?

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    The short answer is "yes." You can reverse a 301-redirect, even though it's technically permanent. The long answer, though, is that this change may not work the way you'd expect or hope, and it could even make your problems worse.

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    Hi, If you redirect old URLs to new one (in example: A to C and B to C) all 301's should be removed from index and SEO will be redirected to the new page/url. Remember that 100% SEO will never be transfered to the new URL. ... Other than that, a couple of 301 redirects shouldn't have too much of an effect on your website.

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    The most common is to have a redirect set in your . htaccess file. Other ways involve compromising the code of your pages or the code of the application your site runs on, such as WordPress. These issues can be more difficult to track down.

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