How to Track and Redirect 404 Errors for a Previously Owned Domain.
Are you dealing with pesky 404 errors on a domain that was once owned by someone else? Don’t fret!
I’ve got a handy WordPress plugin in this video tutorial that will rescue you. You can track and redirect those annoying 404 errors with just a few clicks.
Imagine this: you’ve luckily managed to acquire an expired domain to start a niche website that is indexed and still pops up in search results related to your given niche, even though you aren’t the owner of the previous domain’s website. Imagine how frustrating it is for your visitors and detrimental to click and now find the answer they hoped would be there.
Imagine no longer because this very thing happened to me, and I want to share with you how I was able to capitalize on tracking and redirecting actively indexed search results from the previous website owner’s content across major search engines using a simple WordPress plugin.
This easy-to-use WordPress plugin is here to save the day: Redirection.
Installing this plugin gave me and will give you the power to monitor and redirect those lingering 404 errors. Say goodbye to lost visitors and hello to seamless user experiences. As I did, you’ll regain control of your domain’s reputation and ensure that anyone landing on a broken page gets redirected to a relevant and functional destination.
Don’t miss out on lucrative web traffic or let those old search results haunt you any longer. Take charge, eliminating and capitalizing on those pesky 404 errors. Trust me, it’s easier than you think.
So click play and watch as I guide you through this fantastic plugin’s installation and setup process. You’ll soon redirect 404 errors like a pro, leaving your visitors impressed and your domain’s reputation intact.