Difference between revisions of "302 Redirect"

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Ad servers use Long Term Travel 302 redirects to allow them to track link building activities such as ad requests
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The process of a server sending a browser the location of a requested ad, rather than sending the
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ad itself. Ad servers use 302 redirects to allow them to track activities such as ad requests or ad
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clicks.

Revision as of 01:06, 12 January 2012

The process of a server sending a browser the location of a requested ad, rather than sending the ad itself. Ad servers use 302 redirects to allow them to track activities such as ad requests or ad clicks.