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Fixing Website Redirects & Canonical Issues

Setting up and fixing website redirects as well as canonical issues can be incredibly technical. This guide will walk you through the process in an easy-to-understand manner.

  • Resolving www and non-www sites
  • Fixing duplicate pages
  • Redirecting lost and broken pages

What this guide to Website Redirects and Canonical Issues will show you

In this expert guide you will learn how to fix common duplicate content issues as well as broken pages. This whitepaper features step-by-step instructions for the most common server types, as well as copy and paste solutions.

Search engine spiders only have a limited allocation of time for each website. If a website has identical content in multiple places, or causes the spider to get stuck in a continuous loop it will take up valuable processing time.

This identical content will cause links to be spread across two pages and force the search engine to pick one to display over the other. The shared link value will cause both pages to be weaker than if there was one central page.

The more of these issues you can resolve, the greater your potential rankings gain.

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