Google published some advice on their Webmaster Central blog today on how to fix faulty redirects. Specifically, how to prevent smartphone users from clicking on a link to a page on your site and getting redirected to the homepage. This happens when your website is not properly set up to handle requests from smartphones. In order to spare users the frustration of landing on irrelevant pages, Google is making a change to its English search results in the US starting today. Now, when Google detects that smartphone users are redirected to a homepage instead of the page they want, it […] The post Google Gives Advice On Fixing Faulty Redirects, How To Direct Smartphone Users To Correct Page by @mattsouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.