301 Redirects – Easy Redirect Manager WordPress Plugin Review

Today we are reviewing 301 Redirects – Easy Redirect Manager WordPress Plugin by WebFactory Ltd. It is considered as one of the best WordPress redirection plugins. Before jumping into the review, we should learn about redirects in WordPress and more about 301 redirects.

Redirection in WordPress

Simply WordPress redirection means you are redirecting one link to another link. Wikipedia explains “A redirect is a page which automatically sends visitors to another page, usually an article or section of an article. Redirects are used to help people arrive more quickly at the page they want to read; this page contains guidance on how to use them properly. Redirect pages can contain other content below the redirect, such as redirect category templates, and category links.”

Explaining 301 Redirects

We already said redirections are the process of forwarding one URL to a different URL. The 2 most commonly used redirects are 301 and 302.  301 is a permanent redirection recommended for SEO. 302 is a temporary redirection used to display an alternative web page where you want to redirect the site visitor.

301 and 302 may be treated similarly according to SEO experts but the fastest way to ensure search engines and browsers of all kinds give full credit is using 301 permanent redirects.

When to use Redirections?

The next question is when to use redirections. Google clearly explains that they recommend you use a 301 redirect If you need to change the URL of a page as it is shown in search engine result. Let’s look when to use redirections.

  • You moved your business site to a new domain and you need to send the old website visitors to the new one.
  • You are Blogger and you are going to delete an exiting blog post and you want to redirect the deleted blog post visitors to the new one.
  • You are merging two websites and you want to ensure that the outdated URLs are redirected to the new website.

301 Redirects – Easy Redirect Manager Review

We hope you understand what is 310 and 302 redirects and when to apply them. It’s time to learn how to manage 301 and 302 redirects. The best way to manage these redirects is by using 301 Redirects – Easy Redirect Manager Plugin.

You can find a lot of WordPress redirection plugin but we have some good reasons to choose this plugin over others. Let’s get into some of the notable features of the Plugin.

  • You can download and use the Plugin from the WordPress Plugin directory for free
  • The Plugin is compatible with all major WordPress versions and themes
  • One plugin to manage both 301 and 302 redirects
  • You have the option to choose redirects from Pages, Posts, Custom Post Types, Archives, etc.
  • It provides super-fast redirection and redirects stats to know how much a redirection is used.

You can see a separate dashboard for the plugin to manage redirect rules, 404 error log, and import/export redirect rules.

Hope this article helps you know more about 301 and 302 redirects and how to manage them using 301 Redirects Plugin.


Written by Paul Petersen

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