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 4:55 pm on Dec 13, 2004 (gmt 0)

I changed some directory names for SEO that I want to back off of. Spiders have indexed some of those links. The directories ultimately contain dynamic URLs. Should I 301 redirect the old directory to the new directory? Or should I even worry about it (duplicate content filter and all) I don't wish to game the engines or create the impression I'm trying to.

 

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