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302 Redirect vs. 301 Redirect. What’s the difference?

A 302 redirect means that the move is only temporary, possibly for some site downtime or maintenance. A 301 redirect means that the page/link has permanently moved to a new location, in the event of a re-brand causing a website domain to change, for example.