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10 Things that make DNN websites betterGet our PDF tutorial "10 Things" we think will make lots of DNN sites better. The Spiffy team has been working with DNN for years and this list includes "how we do it" for all 10 items! 

 

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Over time, you will likely want to change your website to better keep up with the times or to reflect your business’s growth.  Whether the changes to your site result in new page names, or even change the domain name you don't have to lose Search Engine rankings.

             
If you need to permanently change the URL of a page, Google recommends using a special server-side status-code called: “301 Redirect.”  This code will automatically forward users and search engines from the old URL of a given page to the new one and ensures you keep the search engine rankings you have worked so hard to get.

Your search engine rankings remain associated with the old page, even after you create the new page with a different filename, so when users do a search they will be directed to the old page.

After applying a 301 Redirect to your old webpage, search engines will pick up on this and permanently move your ranking….

To the new Webpage.  

In the same way, it is possible to update a web domain by redirecting from each webpage on the old domain to the corresponding new webpage with the newly created domain name.  

Often times, if you're changing to a new domain name, it seems easiest to redirect from your old website to the homepage of the new one, but this can harm your SEO ranking significantly.  Whether you are updating your domain name or just changing some website page names, 301 Redirects are best when implemented on a page-by-page level, this guarantees properly sending users from the old page to the corresponding new one directly.

Don’t let the fear of losing your SEO ranking hold you back from changing your website.  There are tools available to keep your website up to date, exactly how you want, without losing your search rankings.



 

Chris Flinchbaugh creates technology tutorials and social media content as a member of  and the .  Affinigent creates and implements web technology plans for entrepreneurial organizations.  The Spiffy Web Team is an Affinigent brand which provides support services to people who use the DotNetNuke (DNN) Content Management System to manage their online presence.

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