VRdirect

Create & Publish Virtual Reality Projects

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VRdirect was introduced in February 2018 under the brand Viond and is a spin-off of the internationally leading augmented reality provider RE'FLEKT. In March 2019, VRdirect was rebranded in order to sharpen its market position and to be consistent with the newly introduc...
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$25 - $49/hr
10 - 49
2018
Germany
VRdirect
Create & Publish Virtual Reality Projects
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VR, Creation of Virtual Reality projects, all-in-one solution for the creation and publication of Virtual Reality projects, easy to use authoring and publishing tool for Virtual Reality projects, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality for enterprises, and Virtual Reality software

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Redirection is the method of one URL being redirected to another URL. A redirect is a means to send visitors and search engines to a different URL than the one they first sought. 301, 302, and Meta Refresh are the three most widely redirects.So, what are 302 redirects?A status code 302 Found means that a URL has been transferred to another URL temporarily. By default, 302 redirects aren't cacheable and search engines don't pass PageRank to the destination URL instantly. A 302 doesn't mean that the endpoint URL should be indexed, unlike a 301 redirect.A 302 is a very obscure redirect that is mostly used as a temporary redirect. The code suggests that it has discovered the content requested, but it exists in a different spot for reasons undefined.  Google wants something to come back later, as this is a temporary redirect. For a long period of time, if you abandon the 302, Google would begin to view it as a 301 and moving on all of the value the link held.When to use 302 found redirects?A 302 redirect is ideal to put to use in situations when a temporary redirect is desired and does not impact the SEO of a web page. Here are some more situations where it will be reasonable to implement 302 redirects:When geotargeting, it is possible to enforce the Vary header for improved multilingual targeting, i.e. Vary: Language-accept. Hreflang can preferably be used so that foreign websites can be properly interpreted by search engines.Use the Vary header for application targeting. If no separate header is in effect, so crawlers in diverse cases would not know how the nature of a redirect varies.For examining A/B test.For ongoing temporary content, such as on an e-commerce platform for seasonal items.If a website is retained, and you choose to redirect users to a separate temporary copy of that page.When not to use 302 redirects302 redirects should not be used when:The value of SEO & PageRank is presumed to be forwarded to the destination URL.Permanently transferring the domain, file or entire site structure.In final words, when viewing a particular website, if you want to send users to an alternate page for a limited period of time and want to reuse the old URL later, then use 302.
Redirection is the method of one URL being redirected to another URL. A redirect is a means to send visitors and search engines to a different URL than the one they first sought. 301, 302, and Meta Refresh are the three most widely redirects.So, what are 302 redirects?A status code 302 Found means that a URL has been transferred to another URL temporarily. By default, 302 redirects aren't cacheable and search engines don't pass PageRank to the destination URL instantly. A 302 doesn't mean that the endpoint URL should be indexed, unlike a 301 redirect.A 302 is a very obscure redirect that is mostly used as a temporary redirect. The code suggests that it has discovered the content requested, but it exists in a different spot for reasons undefined.  Google wants something to come back later, as this is a temporary redirect. For a long period of time, if you abandon the 302, Google would begin to view it as a 301 and moving on all of the value the link held.When to use 302 found redirects?A 302 redirect is ideal to put to use in situations when a temporary redirect is desired and does not impact the SEO of a web page. Here are some more situations where it will be reasonable to implement 302 redirects:When geotargeting, it is possible to enforce the Vary header for improved multilingual targeting, i.e. Vary: Language-accept. Hreflang can preferably be used so that foreign websites can be properly interpreted by search engines.Use the Vary header for application targeting. If no separate header is in effect, so crawlers in diverse cases would not know how the nature of a redirect varies.For examining A/B test.For ongoing temporary content, such as on an e-commerce platform for seasonal items.If a website is retained, and you choose to redirect users to a separate temporary copy of that page.When not to use 302 redirects302 redirects should not be used when:The value of SEO & PageRank is presumed to be forwarded to the destination URL.Permanently transferring the domain, file or entire site structure.In final words, when viewing a particular website, if you want to send users to an alternate page for a limited period of time and want to reuse the old URL later, then use 302.

Redirection is the method of one URL being redirected to another URL. A redirect is a means to send visitors and search engines to a different URL than the one they first sought. 301, 302, and Meta Refresh are the three most widely redirects.

So, what are 302 redirects?

A status code 302 Found means that a URL has been transferred to another URL temporarily. By default, 302 redirects aren't cacheable and search engines don't pass PageRank to the destination URL instantly. A 302 doesn't mean that the endpoint URL should be indexed, unlike a 301 redirect.

A 302 is a very obscure redirect that is mostly used as a temporary redirect. The code suggests that it has discovered the content requested, but it exists in a different spot for reasons undefined.  

Google wants something to come back later, as this is a temporary redirect. For a long period of time, if you abandon the 302, Google would begin to view it as a 301 and moving on all of the value the link held.

When to use 302 found redirects?

A 302 redirect is ideal to put to use in situations when a temporary redirect is desired and does not impact the SEO of a web page. 

Here are some more situations where it will be reasonable to implement 302 redirects:

  • When geotargeting, it is possible to enforce the Vary header for improved multilingual targeting, i.e. Vary: Language-accept. Hreflang can preferably be used so that foreign websites can be properly interpreted by search engines.
  • Use the Vary header for application targeting. If no separate header is in effect, so crawlers in diverse cases would not know how the nature of a redirect varies.
  • For examining A/B test.
  • For ongoing temporary content, such as on an e-commerce platform for seasonal items.
  • If a website is retained, and you choose to redirect users to a separate temporary copy of that page.

When not to use 302 redirects

302 redirects should not be used when:

  • The value of SEO & PageRank is presumed to be forwarded to the destination URL.
  • Permanently transferring the domain, file or entire site structure.

In final words, when viewing a particular website, if you want to send users to an alternate page for a limited period of time and want to reuse the old URL later, then use 302.

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arcel-Breuer-Straße 15, , Munich, Bavaria 80807
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