Even when you follow the best practices of running a website for your business, you may sometimes get a notice from Google Search Console. If it says your site has a lot of 404 errors, it can be cause for alarm. The other types of 404 errors that may show up on your site are the kind you can’t find. They might not be obvious errors and you don’t know why Google is crawling them. Here is what you should do next.
HTTP Response Status Codes are designated numbers that indicate the web server’s response to the requested URL. These codes inform the browser, and search engines crawlers, on how to handle the request. Among the most well-known of these codes is the 404, aka “page not found.” But in reference to Search Engine Optimization, the 301 and 302 codes are just as important.