301 Redirects

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301 redirects have a central role to play in your web vitals, overall website health and user experience. A 301 redirect is created when there is a need to send website visitors to a new and permanent live URL. This occurs when the URL they originally requested has been removed or disabled from a website.

Find out more about 301 redirects, when they should be used and how they affect SEO.

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