Do you need to redirect a URL if the only difference is the forward slash?


Yes, 100%.


Even if you are not doing a website migration, the URLs with and without a forward slash (/) are technically different URLs to Google.


So, even if this is the only thing which is changing, you 100% definitely need to setup 301 redirects from the none slash URL to the one that contains the forward slash, or vice vera, whichever the case may be.


Answered by Kristina Azarenko


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