Google: don’t use confusing redirects on your website

Google’s John Mueller told a webmaster on Twitter that it wasn’t good to use confusing redirects on a website.

We have the hardest time crawling & rendering your pages. You redirect https->http->https, and then update the URLs. Not being able to crawl, render, & index clearly prevents us from understanding what’s on your pages, and picking a good canonical URL.— 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) December 3, 2020

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