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Would there be any negative SEO effect of setting up a 301 redirect from www.example.co.uk/ie to www.example.com/ie ?

Our respective UK and Ireland sites are at those addresses, and we have just discovered a flyer printing error...hence the redirect request.

Thanks

James

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I don't think so, 301 would be the best course of action. Quick check tho, do you run both example.com and example.co.uk as separate sites or does example.co.uk resolve to example.com?

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Ok routing the one path should be fine, I take it there's no internal links on example.co.uk to example.co.uk/ie?

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No, There would be no any loss of redirection. You will face issues when you don't redirect your old website to new website. You will have to redirect your all the previous website links on new websites. If you don't redirect your pages then, you will lost your website traffic and website ranking in search engines.

 

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