How Redirect a Deleted Page or Post to Another Page or Post in Blogger Platform
404 errors can have a negative effect on your website’s search ranking and can be frustrating for site users. 404 errors are created when a page or post is deleted. You can fix or minimize 404 errors by redirecting the deleted page to a similar page. We will look at how to do that on a Blogger blog in a moment.
If you are using self-hosted WordPress, the best way to do this is to use .htacess file. Learn how to do that here.
Warning: Redirecting all deleted page to your home page or to an irrelevant page can negatively impact your SEO as well. Only redirect pages to similar pages.
How to do a redirect in Blogger
Go to Blogger Dashboard.
Go to Setting and click on search preferences as shown in the image below.
Click on Edit buttons that show in front of Custom Redirects as shown in the image below.
Fill your redirect URLs and click on save changes as shown in the image below.
That's it on how to redirect a page or post to another page of post in Blogger.