<< by Nelson Hudspeth on May 31st, 2013
There is a pervasive issue in the world of SEO practitioners, website owners and search engines alike: canonicalization. When should you use a 301? When do you need a Rel=Canonical tag? This post will highlight the differences between the two, and explain what circumstances work best for each.
301 Redirects – What are They?
A 301 redirect is a server-side redirect designed to help users and search engines find content that has moved to a new URL permanently. These redirects pass between 90-99% of the link juice to the redirected page, and according to Google, are the best way to ensure that users and search engines are directed to the correct page.