One of the most common issues that you can find on any website is error pages. This can occur for various reasons, such as servers getting bogged down due to high traffic, also known as a 500 Error, or page requests that cannot be found in your website, which is a 404 Error.
The incorrect application of canonical tags might be ruining your past and current SEO efforts. This is because the use of canonical tags is a widely known advanced SEO technique/strategy for dealing with duplicate content or a page that is accessible through multiple URLs. So, if you do not know how to properly use a canonical tag, then you are definitely putting your SEO in danger.
For the non-technical, a 301 and 302 redirect sounds foreign. Here, we’ll be discussing what a 301 and 302 redirect is, how it affects SEO, and how we can use it.
“Redirect” definition from the web: to direct (someone or something) to a different place or by a different route.
To make it simpler, redirecting a page often means you’re assigning a new URL to it. This is not always the case because sometimes when people use redirection, they also change the design, the coding, the navigation, etc… It depends on what purpose you are redirecting the page.