302 Redirect

302 Redirect: The requested page has been moved temporarily. The user should use the request URL for future requests, since the redirection may be altered. Pages redirected by this method are not given as much value by the search engines, since they want consistent information for their users.

301 Redirect

301 Redirect: The requested page has been moved permanently. Future requests should use one of the returned URLs. A “Search Engine Accepted” method for redirecting websites.

Directories we took a shinin to

These are the easiest links to obtain that still have real value. Although their importance has slightly diminished as Search Engines rose in power, directories do still play an important role in the SEO process. Not much of our traffic will come from directories, but the traffic that they do provide will be highly targeted. […]

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