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Site redirects

Site redirects are used when publishers need to redirect a legacy domain to a new domain or path.

For example, a publisher wants to close the site https://www.example.com. All requests should now go to https://www.brightspot.com. By creating a site redirect, a publisher is able to ensure that when visitors access https://www.example.com, they are re-routed to https://www.brightspot.com.

Additionally, site redirects can re-direct legacy domains to URL paths. Using the example above, the site redirect routes a visitor to https://www.brightspot.com/example.

Site redirects can be created from any site or from the Global site.