Sidetracks are a characteristic piece of linking between content on your site. All things considered, 301 sidetracks pass anyplace between 90-99% of link value to the diverted page. Along these lines, in the event that you've moved a bit of content between a few unique pages, and every one of those sidetracks is still set up, you may be yielding some heap speed/link value. It's a smart thought to dispose of those pointless intermediaries.
In any case, not all sidetracks are made equivalent. 301 sidetracks, in which a page is moved for all time, are the most SEO-accommodating sidetracks. They go between 90-99% of link value. 302 sidetracks, which show an incidentally diverted page, pass less link value (however some Google representatives have contested this).
Meta revives are diverts that occur on the page level, as opposed to the server level. These are most commonly connected with the content, "In the event that you are not diverted in five seconds, click here." Meta invigorates pass some link value, however, are not a suggested SEO strategy.