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4 Free Plugins Redirect 404 Error

Posted In Wordpress plugins - By Techtiplib on Thursday, June 26th, 2014 With No Comments »

The error “404 Not Found” is a common error when managing a personal website or blog, it causes negative consequences for SEO, readers … This article 4 shares you 4 free plugins that help you to redirect 404 error!

404 errors

Smart 404

The Smart 404 will automatically redirect to the content the user was most likely after, or show suggestions, instead of showing an unhelpful 404 error.This plugin will perform a search of your posts, pages, tags and categories, using keywords from the requested URL. If there’s a match, redirect to that content instead of showing the error. If there’s more than one match, the 404 template can use some template tags to provide a list of suggestions to the visitor.

Blogger To WordPress

Blogger To WordPress is a free WordPress plugin which automates setting up 1-to-1 mapping between Blogger.com (blogspot) blog posts and your new WordPress blog posts.

Features:

  • Zero changes requires on WordPress end. Plugin handles everything automatically.
  • New configuration wizard help you setup redirection without much efforts.
  • Supports importing from multiple Blogger.com blog
  • Supports rel=canonical, meta-refresh tags on Blogger.com which will speed-up redirection

404 Redirected

404 Redirected will create automatic redirects for 404 traffic and page suggestions when matches are not found providing better service to your web visitors. 404 Redirected allows WordPress admins to have control over their dead links and redirects from inside the admin panel. 404 Redirected records all URLs that users have visited and allows the admin to easily create 301 and 302 redirects to valid pages on their site.

Redirection

Redirection is a free WordPress plugin that manages 301 redirections and keeps track of 404 errors without requiring knowledge of Apache .htaccess files. This is particularly useful if you are migrating pages from an old website, or are changing the directory of your WordPress installation.

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