Ian Lurie // Feb 21 2007
OK, I got caught in a rookie mistake.
I did a quick SEO review of Jeremiah’s blog. In it, I said “Change to a server-side 302 redirect instead of a client-side redirect.”
Gaaaah. Sorry. It should be a 301 redirect, not a 302 redirect. The difference: A 301 redirect indicates that a site or page has permanently moved. That’s what you want the search engines to know.
So, sorry to all who I’ve led down the road to imminent SEO ruin. OK, I’m exaggerating. A little…
301 redirects. Not 302s…
(Ian tiptoes offstage…)
Ian Lurie is founder and CEO of Portent Inc., an internet marketing agency that has provided internet marketing, including PPC, SEO, social and analytics services, since 1995. Read More