How not to change your URL
Gopbi.com/partners/pbpost/ now correctly redirects, but gopbi.com/pbpost/ — where the newspaper’s home page also was previously available — does not. Rather than a redirect, gopbi.com/pbpost/ gives you a “page not found” error. Bad idea, when there are some sites (not very many, but a few) that link to the now-broken URL. The Post ought to have a redirect on all its old URLs.
The site’s new URL scheme has some odd behavior too. Palmbeachpost.com/sports/ displays another error message. Palmbeachpost.com/sports/content/ displays the home page’s content under a “sports” header. Only palmbeachpost.com/sports/content/sports/ actually gives the sports page. Such URLs are a poor choice, being neither short nor hackable nor tease-from-print-able.