Moving web pages from one URL to another is common practice among content managers. It’s a way to send users and search engines to a different URL than the one requested. But what happens to search engine rankings when pages are moved? Like the post office, you need to leave a forwarding address to inform search engines that a page has been moved or your hard earned rankings will be lost. That’s where permanent 301 redirects come in. 

CommonSpot automatically creates permanent 301 redirects as pages are moved within your site, telling search engines your page has moved and transferring existing search engine rankings. It’s the best way to redirect pages while keeping rankings preserved.
  • Create proper permanent (301) redirects or temporary (302) redirects for any URL 
  • CommonSpot will automatically create redirects when content is moved or the page name is changed 
  • Keep your SEO rankings intact when moving content or migrating content from an old location or a former CMS

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