I run a community website. I plan to distinguish between guests (wich also contains search engines) and logged-in users for the domain root, because logged-in uses should see an overview of new content, while guests should be pressed to register. They should see an overview of the site's features, a login form and a lot of "Register now" links.
I'd like to do this with a redirect for logged-in users to
/home when they visit the domain root.
Guests can also visit
/home form the domain root and the rest of the site of course.
So, we have:
www.domain.tld/-> kind of a landing page / just accessible for guests / logged-in users get redirected to
/home/ there's also a link to
www.domain.tld/home-> Overview of site's (new) content. This is where logged-in users start their session.
May this be bad for SEO? Should I use a 302 redirect?