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301 vs. 302 Redirects and 403 vs 404 Server Coder Error

Hello Friends,Now of days we are seeing that Google doing so many changes in their algorithm. So we need to take care about our work very carefully. Today I will share you some SEO Glossary which is too much important to know at the time of interview. Because at the time of interview if we are able to say anything which is different to other then our priority of selection will automatically increase.
So go through for following and try to understand in a better day.
301 Redirect – A message that the URL has moved permanently. This is commonly used when a URL has a new location and will not be appearing again at the old URL.
302 Redirect – A "found” message. (Also referred to as a "temporary redirect.”) This form of redirection is commonly used -- and in some cases abused -- when a URL has been moved to a different location; but, it will be returning to the original location eventually.
403 Server Code – A "forbidden” message. Prevents access to a URL and displays the reason for preventing access.
404 Server Code – A "not found” message. Server cannot find the URL requested.
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