My SEO service informed me that I have a chain redirection issue. They said one of my URL variations has multiple 301 redirections. They asked to please ensure that only a single 301 redirection is applied to the non-preferred variations. Except for the preferred variation (which should return only a 200 status), all the non-preferred variations of the website should redirect to the preferred variation and return only a single 301 with a 200 status. How can I fix this issue?
Ideally the service you are paying would provide this information.
But if you have example.com and want to redirect it to www.example.com you can use a page rule to ensure it is done using https. But you are probably already using the ‘always use https option’ so that makes things trickier.
Could you disable the automatic https redirect? Yes. Should you? Probably not. Will it make a difference in SEO? As long as you are sharing and creating content on your preferred URL? No.
I would like to fix it because the tech support for my SEO software says it does have an affect. How am I able to correct this?
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