|01-21-2010, 02:06 PM||#1|
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question about 301 redirect WWW and non-WWW
Question # 1.
Regarding 301 redirects, are you eventually supposed to remove the page you're redirecting away from?
Is it okay for a 301 redirect to stay in place forever, in the case of redirecting from a non-WWW url to a WWW url?
All my inbound links are to my www URL, except for just *one* link. This one lone link has made my non-WWW url have the same PR as my www URL. (Probably because this one link comes from a super-important company).
Would it accomplish anything to do a 301 redirect (mod-rewrite) from my non-WWW url to my WWW url? If I do the 301 redirect,would I eventually remove it? Or set it and just forget about it?
|01-21-2010, 03:15 PM||#2|
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Re: question about 301 redirect WWW and non-WWW
You use mod rewrite to direct the non www to the www and just leave it - if you take it off later then you're back to square 1.
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