Setting Up Your 301/302 Page Redirect

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Note:

The page redirect is available on all current pricing plans (Launch to Concierge) and our legacy Premium Plans. This is not available to legacy Essential plans or 2012 plans.

When your campaign has ended, and you no longer need that old landing page that went along with it, you can redirect traffic from your published landing page to any other URL, directly from the Page Overview screen.

This will help you avoid awkward 404 errors and save you time to work on more important things, while also avoiding losing existing traffic or dropping in the search engine rankings.

Setup your Redirect

Follow these steps to set up your page redirect:

  1. From the All Pages screen, select the published page you would like to enable with a redirect.
  2. Enter the URL to which you would like this landing page to redirect.
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  3. Click the drop-down menu and select either Permanent (301) or Temporary (302) redirect type.
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    Note

    A 301 Redirect is a permanent redirect that caches in the visitor's browser the first time they land on the page and cannot be undone. Choose this option if you intend to leave the redirect in place indefinitely.

    A 302 Redirect is a temporary redirect that does not cache in the visitor's browser. Choose this option if you intend to remove the redirect at some point.

  4. Click Apply
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  5. Click the Apply Redirect button, and you're done!
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Frequency Asked Questions

The redirect option is not available within the Page Overview; what should I do?

Do note that redirects are only available on all current pricing plans (Launch to Concierge), and our legacy Premium Plans. To access this feature, you will need to upgrade your subscription. Please take a look at our varying Pricing Plans to see which plan is right for you.

To change subscription in-app, or reach out to our Support team for assistance, follow these steps: Upgrading my Subscription

Do redirected pages count towards the total number of published pages?

Rest assured, redirected pages do not count towards the total number of published pages you're allocated. 

What other options do I have to set up a redirect?

You can customize and create a custom 404 page that your users arrive at instead of an error page. To ensure optimal safety & security of your pages, we strongly discourage the use of forced redirects using JavaScript. 

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