2. After the crawl is finished, go to the “Technical” dashboard and select the “Statuses” data table.
4. Click on the segment of the chart or the number of redirects to go to the required data table. In the data table, you will see a list of pages that had redirects to other links without changing the status code.
5. Click “Setup Columns” to add the redirect location URL.
Next, select “Redirect to URL” and click “Apply”.
This will enable you to see not only the page with the redirect, but also the link to which the page redirects.
First, pay attention to whether only the pages whose content has moved to a new address are redirecting. If the page should be accessible, but the redirect is working, it should be fixed as soon as possible.
Secondly, ensure that the redirect URL is relevant and contains relevant content. Redirecting pages to irrelevant content, such as fish to meat or all pages to the home page, should be avoided.
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