The key to a good website is creating it for your customers. Regardless of the budget, there’s a way to achieve this! It’s important to track insights, such as web analytics, bounce rate & session time.
One of the most important considerations for site owners is to ensure that there are no drops in traffic. Which means implementing traffic redirects. Map redirects for the blog posts, custom page types, and general pages to the new site using the proper HTTP redirect status so to preserve accrued SEO value and page rank. Sometimes redirects are required from one page to a different page, while in other cases, redirects involve one group of paths to another.
Check Whether to Reinstall Plugins:
During WordPress migration, plugins have equal importance. So we need to think about the plugins before migrating to the WordPress site. The plugins that are used at the source might not be compatible with the destination server and it will create a conflict during migration. In such cases, you need to reinstall the plugins to avoid conflict.
Once your site is live on a new host, it’s important to conduct regular maintenance, especially with a CMS like WordPress, as if you have out-dated plugins it could make your website vulnerable and not function in the correct way. Our nerds provide a monthly maintenance service
so you never have to worry about keeping your site up to date ever again!