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Published on Aug 14, 2017
301 redirects are useful if you need to permanently route traffic from an old URL to a new URL and ensure no one hits the dreaded 404.
There are several use cases: - Reorganizing your URL structure - Replacing or redesigning a site using different URLs - Moving to a completely new domain - Redirecting traffic to mistyped URLs (e.g., dribble.com → dribbble.com)
There are other types of redirects, such as the 302 redirect for temporary redirects, but the 301 redirect is best used if you need to permanently route incoming traffic to a new URL.