I discovered an interesting conversation on Twitter about the distinctions between 301 and 302 redirects and how they combine signals forward or back, also understood as pull backs.Mike Blazer asked “if a 301 redirect combines forward (from the source URL to the destination URL); does a 302 redirect consolidate backward (from the destination URL to the source URL)?”John Mueller replied “If youre talking about a brand-new location page, youre balancing “more signals for destination = more likely location is canonical” and the canonicalization of the overall signals on the source page.– & #x 1f404; John & #x 1f404; (@JohnMu) January 20, 2022 If youre talking about a new location page, youre stabilizing “more signals for location = more most likely destination is canonical” and the canonicalization of the total signals on the source page.

I found an intriguing discussion on Twitter about the differences in between 301 and 302 redirects and how they combine signals forward or back, also known as pull backs.Mike Blazer asked “if a 301 redirect combines forward (from the source URL to the destination URL); does a 302 redirect combine backwards (from the destination URL to the source URL)?”John Mueller replied “If youre talking about a brand-new location page, youre stabilizing “more signals for destination = more likely destination is canonical” and the canonicalization of the overall signals on the source page.– & #x 1f404; John & #x 1f404; (@JohnMu) January 20, 2022 If youre talking about a new destination page, youre stabilizing “more signals for location = more likely location is canonical” and the canonicalization of the total signals on the source page.

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