Do the words “social media” strike terror in your heart? Or have you enthusiastically jumped into the social world with both feet? Either way, social media is a force that every business needs to manage and review regularly.
Perhaps you’ve redesigned or updated your website recently. During these changes, some of your pages may have moved or been deleted. This begs the question: What happens when a user tries to access those pages that are no longer at the web address (URL)?