How To Setup Redirects In WordPress For Better SEO & Smooth Website Migrations

Setting up redirects sounds so intimidating, but I am here to tell you that it’s not, in this tutorial I will show you how easy it is the set it all up.

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5 Comments

  1. L e n d a says:

    Thank you, actually today I had a problem with this and you posted this video just in time! Keep the great work please!

  2. Shahzad Haider says:

    Could you please make a Video how to enter a field for attachment in Elementor page builder forms?))

  3. Shahzad Haider says:

    Thank you. Very important topic, helpful video.

  4. Christian Lecuyer says:

    Thank you Adam for making that video, it will help me 🙂

  5. Kyle Van Deusen says:

    One quest I had a while back, and I think I’ve gotten my answer, but you may have something to add or it could be helpful to your users.

    *Can creating too many 301 redirects be harmful?*

    I had a customers website I was completely revamping and switching platforms, which was around 50 pages. The structure of the old site was not what I’d want it to be, so I ended up going with different URL’s for all but 3 of the pages. I created 47 301 redirects to ensure any old links to their site would not be broken once we switched.

    The info that I found said that this is not a problem, and that it is unlikely this would do SEO harm with Google. Have you found this to be the case?

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