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- John Smith
December 5, 2006, 9:44 am
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I work for a company that, due to historical reasons, stores each
website in a subfolder of the website root folder, and has the index.asp
in the root redirect the visitor to the index page in the subfolder. The
redirect script looks like this:
So, if you go to www.company.co.uk, the URL will become
This shows up as a 302 redirect in the logs.
My question is, is this likely to be having a detrimental effect on the
search engine placement of these sites? How do the major search engines,
especially Google and MSN, treat 302 redirects?
Re: 302 redirects and SEO
If the move is permanent, then you should be using 301 and not 302
redirects. 302's are used if it is a temporary change.
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