Category Archives: WordPress Migrations

Does A Blog Migration Affect SEO?

People considering a migration to WordPress are often concerned about what will happen to their site’s search rankings afterwards. It is a very valid concern, and not one to be taken lightly. People often ask me if migrating their website […]

Redirects Can Make Or Break Your Migration

About 2 months ago I was approached to do a migration from HubSpot to WordPress.  I spoke with the prospective client’s agent several times over the course of a few days.  During this process, I did a pretty thorough examination […]

Monitoring Your Website With Google Analytics

I’ve found that most people don’t really give much thought to how their website analytics are set up.  And that’s a shame, because an incredible amount of information about your website can be harvested if Google Analytics is installed and […]

WordPress Security

There are many different options you can take when installing a WordPress site, but when we move blogs to WordPress we utilize several measures to ensure that your new website has rock-solid security and is nearly impervious to hackers. We […]

Moving From A Custom CMS To WordPress

Not every blog runs on mainstream software.  There are many blogs built on customized content management systems.  These types of blogs require a special touch when performing WordPress migrations. Because these blogs are built on a custom CMS, there are […]