Planning for a Website Redesign
There are few things you should do before you take down your old website:
1. Leave your old site up during your redesign: Ever go to a web page that says "under construction"? I hate that and YOUR customer hates it too. They don't care that your website is going to be new and fabulous. They want your phone number or your address or your list of products and services. Keep your existing website LIVE while the new website is built behind the scenes. This will ensure a smooth transition on search engines.
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- What happens to traffic to old Web pages?
- What happens to Search Engine rankings if the pages are changed or removed?
- Can the Web site drop in the rankings?
- How long can it take for the new Web site to be indexed?
- Is there a risk of the Web site receiving a Spam penalty for duplicate content?
- How are backlink values transferred to the new site?
- Basic facts of website usage
- Website challenges for small businesses
- Seven simple steps to internet strategy
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- Find Partners Who Offer a One-Stop Online Toolbox
- Develop and Maintain a Dynamic, Personalized Website Experience
- Unleash the Potential of E-Commerce
- Put Bodyguards at the Portal Door to Secure Your Business
- Bonus Tip: Provide Employees with Tools that Help Improve Efficiency
The above outlines the basics, but if you need more information check out one of the free download offers on this page for more in-depth suggestions for our website project.
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