John Mueller, of Google, acknowledged that it was greatest to disavow all attainable locations that the hyperlink may level to, even if you happen to redirect one URL to a different and that somebody made a hyperlink to the unique URL. However he stated Google might monitor and see "hyperlinks between canonical URLs, so when a redirect is concerned, you need to examine which one is canonical."
He stated this on Twitter and urged that as a substitute of manually checking what Google thinks is the canonical URL, you possibly can merely save time and disavow each instances .
Sorry, I missed that query. 🙂 Mary's advice to not admit each might be the simplest. On our aspect, we see hyperlinks between canonical URLs, so when a redirect is concerned, it’s worthwhile to examine which one is canonical. Doing each saves you further work 🙂
– John 🍌 (@JohnMu) April 18, 2019
Right here is the unique query:
… as a result of the positioning lands on web site 2 url and that's the one which's spammy unhealthy #sneakyspammers – possibly it's an enormous second for me and it's more durable than it ought to be ..: D ] @JohnMu pic .twitter.com / YemVX0MztH
– Donna 'SnowWrite & # 39; Snow #techseo (@SnowWrite) April 17, 2019
Marie Haynes stated:
As well as, an vital level … the redirected web page … really comprises a hyperlink to your web site? In any other case, you possibly can ignore. If that’s the case, you could disavow web site 2.
– Marie Haynes (@Marie_Haynes) April 18, 2019
Generally redirect strings and canonical texts usually are not all the time so clear and clear. So attempt to hold it easy.
Dialogue on the discussion board at Twitter .