I have built a web site for our company using I Web. Which means I have no knowledge of HTML. I published to a folder then I "put" it to my existing url that is hosted by Host Labs using an FTP client called Fetch. When I check my site using a web site grader from Hub Spot I get the following message. "Permanent Redirect Not Found Search engines may think www.orindamotors.com and orindamotors.com are two different sites.You should set up a permanent redirect (technically called a "301 redirect") between these sites. Once you do that, you will get full search engine credit for your work on these sites." "For example, www.orindamotors.com seems to have 55 inbound links whereas orindamotors.com has 143 inbound links. By correctly configuring a permanent 301 redirect, the search rankings might improve as all inbound links are correctly counted for the website." My guy from Host Labs tried the re-direct but said that is not what I need. He has no experience with I Web. I know this is hurting my SEO. Any ideas?