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Hi Folks,

What is the difference between 301 and 302 redirections.Will it affect our site page rank ? if yes how it affects?
Thanks
Bruce

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A 301 is a Permanent redirect. It is used to tell browsers or search engines that the page they just got sent to as permanently moved to a new location. Search engines will use this indication to transfer their indexed data from the old page to the new one.

A 302 is a Temporary Redirect. In this case the search engines do not transfer their index data.

A 302 redirect means no PageRank is transferred over the redirect. A 301 redirect means most (but not all) of the PageRank is transferred.

You want to avoid 302 redirects and use 301 redirects as sparingly as possible (like on a website restructure).

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If that temporary effect you should be using 302 redirect, else for permanent 301 always good to use

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301-redirect is redirect your link to permanently towards index page link and 302-redirect is temporary.

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Differences between 301 and 302 are of importance to the optimization of search engines. A 301 will keep all of your search rankings of the old location.

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