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Forwarding with 301 of 302

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I have a website and a few domainnames similar as the name of my website. How should I forward these names? With a 301 or 302? I want want is best for SEO.

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Re: Forwarding with 301 of 302

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Hi Jolanda,

I would advise you to post your question in webmaster forum. You can search webmaster forum and can find similar question already answered. Or can also start a new thread.

https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/webmasters

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Neha
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Hello,

I know this is off topic, but if you own all the domains that you are talking about and would like to stick to single domain for your business/services, then my suggestion would be to implement 301 permanent redirection. Search engines does prefer that compared to temporary redirections.

If you would like to post more about these sort of questions, best would be to re-post over Google Webmasters forum, which Neha is suggesting above. Here, we are happy to address AdWords related questions Smiley Happy

Pankaj

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Thanks for the answers. Sorry for asking on the wrong community. I will look at the google webmasters forum.