Ọ bụrụ na ị nwere blog dị, ohere bụ na ị nwere ikike injinị ihe nchọgharị wuru ngalaba ahụ ma ọ bụ subdomain. Dịka, ụlọ ọrụ na-amalite blọọgụ ọhụụ ma hapụ nke ochie ha. Ọ bụrụ na ọdịnaya ochie gị efuola, nke a nwere ike ịbụ nnukwu mbibi ngwa ngwa.
In order to keep search engine authority, here's how to migrate to a new blogging platform:
- Export your old blog content and Import them into your new blogging platform. Even if you do this manually, that's better than starting with no content.
- Dee ederede 301 site na blọọgụ blọọgụ ochie na URL ọhụrụ post post URL. Platformsfọdụ nyiwe nwere redirection modul ma ọ bụ plugins ime ka nka di nfe.
- Dee ntụgharị site na blọọgụ RSS ochie na blọọgụ RSS ọhụrụ. Aga m akwado iji ya FeedPress so that you can update the feed without interruption in the future (Although I do wish someone would come out with an alternative to Feedburner! It's terrible).
- If you're moving domains or subdomains, it's still possible to redirect to the new blog address. Kwadoro: I've noticed that clients lose some of their ranking when doing subdomains but they're sometimes able to bounce back quickly. Changing domains altogether can have a drastic impact. I would try to avoid this at all costs.
- Nwalee ọtụtụ URL ochie gị ma hụ na ha gafere nke ọma.
- Nyochaa Njikwa Nchọta Google na Webmaster nke Bing for pages that are not found and correct them. Don't bother checking every day – it will take a week or two before you'll see prob
- Republish gị Sitemap na resubmit oge ọ bụla ị mezie ihe.
- If you're changing your domain or subdomain, the biggest loss you're going to take are on sites like Technorati, which require that you register your new blog address. They don't have a means of updating your actual address.
Here's a screenshot of Google Search Console and how you can look for 404 Not Found references:
By ensuring your content is properly redirected, not only will you ensure that visitors can still make it to the content they were searching for, you're also going to generate a lot less 404 Not Found pages. One note on this… give Webmasters a week or two to catch up! After you redirect those bad addresses, it won't immediately fix them in Webmasters (I'm not sure why!).
On that note, I often find that external sites publish incorrect URLs – so I'll even redirect those bad URLs properly!