What is Google reaction to redesign a website!

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What is Google reaction to redesign a website!
« on: 01-28-2015, 03:32:21 »
Hello Dears!
I have a website with tow address, one of them is in the first page of search engines. This one is parked domain that is in the first page.
I have designed a new web site and I want to move one of my address, ( parked domain)  to this new web site.  What will be the Google reaction to this?
original domain: http://feedar.co :-[
parked domin: http://iranbitumen.co this domain is in the first page of Google  !-!
new website: http://feedar.ir ???
I am really appreciate you for your attention.
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Re: What is Google reaction to redesign a website!
« Reply #1 on: 01-28-2015, 17:52:00 »
When you change the domain of your website, it can have an impact on your search engine rankings. Here's what you can expect from Google:

1. Crawl and Indexing: Google will need to crawl and index your new website at the new domain (http://feedar.ir). This process may take some time, and during this period, your search rankings may fluctuate or temporarily drop.

2. Ranking Adjustment: Initially, your new website may not rank as well as your old parked domain (http://iranbitumen.co) since the parked domain has already established visibility on search engines. However, over time, with proper SEO practices and quality content, your new website can start to rank higher.

3. Website Migration Best Practices: To minimize any negative impact on your search rankings, ensure that you follow proper website migration best practices. This includes setting up proper redirects from your old parked domain to the corresponding new URLs on the new website. Additionally, update internal links, XML sitemaps, and notify Google through the Search Console about the domain change.

4. SEO Considerations: Moving domains also presents an opportunity to review your SEO strategy. Ensure that you optimize the content on the new website, adhere to SEO guidelines, and build high-quality backlinks to improve your search rankings over time.

considerations when moving your domain to a new website:

1. Content Transfer: Make sure to transfer all the relevant content from your old website to the new one. This includes text, images, videos, and any other media files. Ensure that the content is properly formatted and optimized for SEO on the new website.

2. URL Structure: Try to maintain a similar URL structure on the new website as much as possible. If there are any significant changes, set up proper redirects (301 redirects) from the old URLs to the corresponding new URLs. This helps preserve the SEO value of the old domain and ensures a smooth transition for search engines and users.

3. Backlinks and External Promotion: Identify backlinks pointing to your old parked domain and reach out to the respective website owners to update those links with the new domain. This helps ensure that you retain the SEO value of those backlinks and redirect traffic to your new website. Additionally, promote your new website externally through content marketing, social media, and other channels to attract new backlinks and improve its visibility.

4. Technical Considerations: Ensure that your new website is technically optimized for search engines. This involves things like optimizing page load speed, ensuring mobile responsiveness, implementing structured data markup, and creating a sitemap for easy crawling and indexing by search engines.

5. Monitor and Improve: Keep a close eye on your search engine rankings after the domain move. Use tools like Google Analytics and Search Console to monitor organic traffic and keyword performance. Continuously analyze the data, make necessary optimizations, and improve your SEO strategy to steadily improve your search rankings over time.

I guess you have just bought domain name and try to rank fast , but never mind :)

Google do not care about your design- it is for visitors (good user experience matters as well)

Make sure you will leave the same structure of website (eg. mydomain/category/post, change it to mynewdomain/category/post)
Now another issue. If you just make domain redirect rankings fall down
lets say mydomain/category/post- indexed url
If crawler comes to your site and all old url will be redirected to new domain name it will impact rankings
you have to make redirects: old url--->new url
« Last Edit: 08-15-2023, 12:26:37 by Sevam »

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Re: What is Google reaction to redesign a website!
« Reply #2 on: 01-29-2015, 09:58:16 »
Hi, I really appreciate you for your answer!
I want to move new domain and add old domain instead of it. because old domain was one page only.
You mean I have to use 301 redirect instead of redesign?       O0


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