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302 redirects are temporary, so they don’t pass any link juice. If you use them instead of 301s, search engines might continue to index the old URL, and disregard the new one as a duplicate, or they might divide the link popularity between the two versions, thus hurting search rankings.
That’s why it is not recommended to use 302 redirects if you are permanently moving a page or a website. Instead, stick to a 301 redirect to preserve link juice and avoid duplicate content issues.
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As 302 redirect temporarily doesn’t pass any link juice to the new page we recommend using 301 permanent redirections if pages are permanently removed or redirected to the new ones.