I noticed the backlinks prior to the switch to subdomain do not work on my hubs anymore. Is there a way to fix this with a 301 redirect?
They should work. Can you share where the links that are on the page are not working?
OK. When I search for backlinks to my hubs, should I use the new links which show my subdomain or the old link?
I did check a few of my hubs earlier to see if any were banned and got the message that they are either banned or haven't been crawled yet.
Both should work, but if these are backlinks you control (like on your blog or whatever), you should probably update them to include your subdomain. Backlinks going direct are going to have a bit more value than those passing through a 301 redirect.
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by jenblacksheep6 years ago
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by seamist5 years ago
I know this is a stupid question, but since are urls have changed with the subdomain change, does that mean all of our previous backlinking efforts are worthless since they link to the old urls?
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