Getting SEO Value From Your Affiliate Links - Moz

301 vs. 302 vs. 307 Redirects. You may also have come across 302 redirects and may think that they are the same thing. They are not. Whereas a 301 is a permanent redirect, a 302 is a temporary one and should be used when a page moves temporarily. Google's John Mueller in a Google+ hangout this morning said at the 22:15 mark into the video that Google may decide that at some point, your 302 temporary redirects should be 301 permanent redirects. For the non-technical, a 301 and 302 redirect sounds foreign. Here, we'll be discussing what a 301 and 302 redirect is, how it affects SEO, and how we can use it. "Redirect" definition from the web: to direct (someone or something) to a different place or by a different route. To make it... Inbound affiliate links are a huge problem and you should not attempt to derive SEO value from them. Affiliate links are essentially low quality paid links. I've seen organic traffic on sponsor domains crash and never recover when affiliates started to link to the site. Most affiliates do not robots exclude or nofollow their links to sponsors. A 301 redirect means that the webpage has been permanently moved to a new location, while a 302 redirect refers to the status code “Found,” which means that the page has been moved temporarily. “Redirect HTTP to HTTPS with a 302 redirect instead of a 301 redirect and you end up with a secure non-ranking website (goodbye PageRank

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