Maybe the name of your business has recently undergone a name change, so you need to contact Alinga Web Design to update the change on your Brisbane website design. Although some webmasters may throw their hands in the air, we know how to get your Brisbane web design fired up so your business can hit the ground running.
Donï¿½t let something as simple sounding as a name change on your Brisbane website design fool you, however. Even the slightest wrong decision can mess up years of hard SEO building work for your business.
Hereï¿½s how our team of web designers, Brisbane business owners and anyone else reading this can benefit from making a smart name change that wonï¿½t bust up your SEO rankings.
- 1. Test the move in small steps: So how well small portions of the content on your Brisbane web design are ported over to your new website. In addition, it is always a great idea to include a ï¿½301 Redirectï¿½ that will not only permanently redirect those pages to the new site; it will also alert Google that your site is undergoing a permanent move.
- 2. Test the new pages: Once you have moved all or most of your content onto your new website, make sure everything looks ok by verifying how your site is coming up on Googleï¿½s search engine. Our teams at Alinga Web Design are experts in running and analyzing search engine rankings and data so we know how to fix any issues to get your business back on track in no time.
- 3. Donï¿½t throw away your old website just yet: Weï¿½ve seen many clients make the mistake of losing total access to their old website. Moving to a new website can be a complicate process; donï¿½t assume you wonï¿½t ever need from it again. A good rule of thumb to you is to make you have access to your old site for at least 180 days.
- 4. Get a professional SEO Audit: Alinga web design offer one of the most comprehensive and effective SEO Audit processes in Brisbane. Our reports will help shine a light on your websiteï¿½s strengths and weaknesses and will provide a good road map of what actions are needed next.