I am working on a website that has permalinks in this form:
The numbers at the end represent the page/post unique ID.
I have a lot of backlinks lost because of typos. Probably people wrote the links manually instead of using copy paste.
I can use a 301 redirect method so that each incorrect link is 301 redirected to the correct URL based on that ID. So, if someone would by mistake link to my website with a typo, something like
example.com/my-content-is-xxx-123 or even
blah-blah-blah-123... it would be 301'd to the correct URL.
This way, I correct every lost inbound link based on that unique ID.
Will this cause any issues in regards to SEO? Because in this way there will be a couple of different URLs created for each post that are 301 redirected. Depending on each case of course. And I don't know how search engines would consider this.
I know that in best practice I should contact the other webmasters and simply ask them to correct it, but there are too may of them.