I am working on a website which was originally registered in Google Search Console as
http://example.com/. After a few months I noticed that the
http://www.example.com/ has higher domain authority (DA) and page authority (PA) than the
non-www form of the same website.
So I made the www version (
http://www.example.com/) as preferred in the Google search console. Now pages are indexed well in the google with
I want some suggestions regarding the 301 redirect that i am going to make from the
non-www to the
www version (
http://www.example.com/) of the website. (The
www version property is not added in the search console.)
- Should I add the
wwwversion property separately in search console and Google Analytics?
- Will there be any backlinking and other issues?
- What are the possible SEO consequences after I make 301 redirect?