Why does Page Performance show a "302: Object Moved" error message when I try to refresh a page's data? Last updated: June 6, 2016 Applies to: When attempting to refresh page data or check a page for SEO errors in the Optimization section of Page Performance, the following error may appear: This error indicates that the Page Performance crawler is unable to access your page(s) due to a 302 redirect. Page Performance considers a page unique based on its URL. When a page is redirected to another URL, the page with the old URL will no longer be crawled. Instead, the page with the new URL will appear in Page Performance and start to receive views. The page with the old URL will not be removed from Page Performance, but will stop receiving new views. Please Note: 302 redirects are considered temporary redirects. They may not be followed by crawlers and could lead to pages not being indexed by search engines. We recommend using 301 redirects for any pages that need to be redirected. Related articles: How do I refresh the data in Page Performance? Why does Page Performance show a "301: Moved Permanently" error message when I try to refresh a page's data? Why does Page Performance show a "404: Not Found" error message when I try to refresh a page's data?