How to Stop 301 Redirects And Remove a Dead Diamond Post
Google Webmaster tools is giving me a message in HTML improvements that I have duplicate tags/descriptions on 2 of my pages.
The issue started when I created a post with the wrong url permalink.
If you click the link now, it redirects to this http://onlinediamondbuyingguide.com/blog/recommendations/2012/12/the-perfect-1-5-carats-diamond-for-a-loved-one/
There was a missing letter at the end and I corrected it by adding an “e” to the end of the string. A few weeks down the road, Google is telling me that i have duplicated text. I tried logging on via ftp to search and delete the old created file “the-perfect-1-5-carats-diamond-for-a-loved-on” but couldn’t find it in my ftp server.
Is it residing somewhere else and how do I get rid of the old file instead of having it automatically redirected and causing issues in webmaster tools?
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