What are Page Redirects
Search engines have systems that visit every page of every registered domain name at intervals regularly. This allows them to remember what pages your site has and what content/ranking each page and website should have in the search results for various key words searched by users.
What is a 301?
In the simplest of terms, a 301 redirect is a permanent redirect from one URL to the other.
The Page Redirects in CiiRUS are used to tell search engines that they should not forget you have the content they are expecting at a certain page URL, but instead remembers to look in this new location from now on. This helps retain historic SEO content for certain keywords. This is useful for new CiiRUS customers to retain the SEO they had built from their website of their previous hosting solution.
This is also useful for users wanting to re-brand their company, change domains (contacting CiiRUS is required for this scenario), or it can also be useful for users that have moved content to another page, or new and consolidated multiple pages.
To find our how to Redirect a web page in CiiRUS, please click here