How to Redirect WWW and Non-WWW URL in Blogger

Show WWW  and Non-WWW URL in Blogger
I found countless questions in forums where people always try to find the answer for www and non-www redirection in Blogspot blogs. Actually, www.emaple.com is called the domain and example.com is called the sub-domain. Both plays the equal role in search engine optimization. There is no major difference between them but it's up to you how you dictate Google to display your domain in the address bar. You might have seen many sites which look totally naked when you check the address bar in the web browser. Don't panic basically, it is nothing but a personal choice of a webmaster. You can implement this technical method to your blogs too.


Which one is Better for SEO

While digging deep into SEO, they are totally same in every aspect. As I earlier mentioned, both plays the same role in search engine optimization. However, you must not add the https://www.example.com and http://www.example.com separately in search console as Google will consider your site contents duplicate. Adding the different URLs which point to the same website, will harm your SEO and the chances are, you do not find your website in search results efficiently. So, better to add the actual URL of your website. If you are unsure about your site URL, you can simply visit it in a web browser.

How to Setup WWW or Non-WWW in BlogSpot Blogs

1. Login to your Search Console Account and select your site
2. Click the Gear icon which is located at the top corner

search console website setting

3. Set your preferred choice

www vs non-www

4. Finally, save your preferred settings and you are on the go.
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