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  • #42858

    Hi Jamie,

    One of the current websites I have works really well in being found by clients and does and generates quite a good revenue stream.However its not a WordPress site, so I want to update it to WordPress so it has sexy upmarket theme, more functionality for the user and so I can build a shop on there too. My huge concern is that a new site with the current domain name will drop in the rankings and lose me money. So how could I do a new WordPress site with my domain name and keep my ranking? I have heard of 301 redirects and you mentioned it on your course in Cheltenham.

    How can I do this?

    #42866

    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Karen,

    This is one way to do it https://en-gb.wordpress.org/plugins/simple-301-redirects/

    Kind regards,
    jamie

    #42871

    Thanks Jamie,
    I will let you know how I get on once I have built the site. I have to say coming to your course at The Tivoli was the best thing I ever did. We have been able to break down our services and have dedicated sites for the customer we are trying to attract. I have since built 3 sites and am now at the half way point.HUGE THANKS!

    #42872

    Jamie Marsland
    Keymaster

    Hi Karen,

    That’s great news – thanks for letting me know – it means a great deal to hear that the wordpress training courses have a real impact :)

    j

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