I was wondering if it would be a good idea to 302 a few landing pages (LPs) which had been overoptimised (too many low quality links with keyword rich anchors) to a rewritten URL? The Home Page is fine and there is no manual penalty - just the Penguin 2.0 effect of falling to the bottom of 1st page or beginning of 2nd (occasionally out of first 2 pages) with the targeted LPs. I have noticed that after 22 May Google prefers to rank other pages over the LPs on this site, and it's not ideal for the business. Would 302 be a good solution to cut off the bad link juice and start again without losing traffic (what 404 may do). I know that 302 apparently is leaking some juice, but it shouldn't be enough to harm the new LPs. Anyone knows what would happen if i put no index on the old URL and 302 it to the new one? Is it even a point of doing it? I thought about it to prevent Google from ranking both pages.