Redirecting old links to a new location
301 Redirects are useful for directing traffic from one URL to another. The 301 status code tells search engines that the move is permanent and to update their directories.
For example, let's say you hosted a blog on your domain at yourdomain.com/blog. But now you have moved your blog to a new URL at blog.yourdomain.com or an entirely new domain. You would likely want to perform a blog redirect to the new location in order to maintain the SEO of the existing links.
Without a redirect, traffic that is sent to the old address will error unless you redirect traffic to the new destination and the link's SEO will degrade.
clickbooq can handle URL redirection through external Links.
Simply create a new Link, and enter the old URL path for the name (in this case 'blog'). Then, enter the new URL as the destination.
Now, when traffic is sent to the old URL of yourdomain.com/blog it will be properly redirected to the destination URL as a 301 redirect.
Additionally, we also maintain the original link path as part of the redirect. Using the example above:
will 301 redirect to: