June 3, 2021 at 4:06 am #538alphami6Participant
Can anyone elaborate on this?
What is a 301 redirect? How different is it from a 302 Redirect?June 4, 2021 at 4:55 am #547YenneferParticipant
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The 301 redirect tells the user and search engine bots that the original web page has permanently moved to another location. A 301 status code is used when any page has been permanently moved to another location. Users will now see the new URL as it has replaced the old page.
A 302 redirect is a temporary redirect and directs users and search engines to the desired page for a limited amount of time until it is removed. It may be shown as a 302 found (HTTP 1.1) or moved temporarily (HTTP 1.0).June 22, 2021 at 12:10 pm #680Clay01Participant
In simple language
301 redirect means that the page has permanently moved to a new location.
302 redirect means that the move is only temporary.
Search engines need to figure out whether to keep the old page or replace it with the one found at the new location.July 2, 2021 at 10:20 am #790BentonParticipant
301 vs. 302 redirects. Feeling confused about which one you should use?
Don’t worry, you’re not the only one.
Even in 2019, website owners are unsure about which type of redirect is best for SEO.
There are many reasons why you might want to use a redirect. The most common reasons include:
You’ve created a new website.
You’ve created a new page.
You have a broken URL.
You’re fixing a page and want to send users to a different page.
The choice largely depends on the purpose of the redirect. Understanding the difference between the two is crucial when it comes to your SEO.
A 301 redirect informs search engines that a website or page has been moved permanently. You should use an HTTP 301 when you’re migrating a site or creating a new website. It’s also appropriate to use a 301 if you’re joining two websites together. 301 also works if you’re making changes to the URL that are not intended to be reverted.
A 302 redirect tells search engines that a website or page has been moved temporarily. You should use this redirect if you’re redesigning or updating a website or a page. It’s also appropriate to use the redirect when you want to test out a new page and get consumer feedback. Make sure you use a 302 redirect only if you’re planning on bringing the old website or page back.September 7, 2021 at 9:01 am #1693Dot Com InfowayParticipant
When you try to browse a website, a hypertext transfer protocol error notice may appear. It is an internet server error message that informs you that something has gone wrong. 301 is the number of inaccuracies among them. The hypertext transfer protocol response status code 301 denotes a good rapt for permanent redirection, implying that any existing links or records that use the address where this answer was received should be modified. The new address should be included in the response’s Location field.To avoid such technical blunders, we frequently seek the assistance of the Best Digital marketing companies.September 7, 2021 at 1:34 pm #1703alphami6Participant
Thank you, everyone, for sharing such valuable insights.September 13, 2021 at 7:09 am #1785
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