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SolarCity uses SEO to gain traffic after a site redesign – InternetRetailer.com

SolarCity uses SEO to gain traffic after a site redesign
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SolarCity could not be reached for comment. It was unclear exactly how much the company paid to make sure its SEO remained strong after the redesign. “Migrations are costly because they require a great deal of effort across marketing and web

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5 Content Questions to Guide Your Site Redesign

There’s a lot to consider when you decide to redesign your website – it must provide a good user experience, be mobile-friendly, and not lose rankings. But there are also five important content questions to consider before revamping your website.

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Where’d Everything Go? Navigating the New Facebook Page Redesign by @thebigdebowski

The new Facebook business page redesign finally made a major rollout last week. While it doesn’t appear to have yet transitioned for 100% of fanpages, most have now crossed over. Of course, as with every major change, there is a period of adjustment and learning the ropes with this new layout. The Facebook page redesign altered the placement of a variety of options, both on the pages themselves as well as in the back-end for administrators. Many of us are still getting used to these changes and trying to figure out where some of our previous options have been relocated. […]

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Re-imagining Google: America’s Favorite Homepage Gets A Redesign By Letter Society Blog

Early last month, the design blog Letter Society posted a challenge asking its select group of designers to submit redesigns of Google.com. The site, which positions itself as a “collaborative and challenge based” blog, asked the designers to do a “reskinning” of the current…



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Losing Organic Traffic After A Redesign? Four Things to Check

While web designers and developers are often strong at designing and programming websites, not all are as well prepared to handle SEO issues, especially when relaunching websites. Just this week, I’ve worked with three separate web design firms who contacted me after a recent site relaunch…



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A Tour of the New Facebook Business Page Redesign by @thebigdebowski

You may have noticed the new look of the news feed and personal timelines that Facebook rolled out over the past few weeks. It’s begun rolling out to business pages as well and will be here for everyone soon enough. Here’s the scoop to help you prepare for the transition and plan for the future. […]

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Blogger and Social Media Marketing Professional at Social Hospitality

Debbie is the Founder of Social Hospitality, a blog and boutique marketing firm focusing on social media, blogging, and SEO. Debbie is the Social Media Manager for Search Engine Journal and the Content Editor for Maximize Social Business. She is also the Digital Communications Manager for HyperDisk Marketing and a Social Media Instructor at UC Irvine Extension.

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5 Steps to Execute a Site Redesign Without Compromising SEO

Whether your website is outdated, isn’t mobile-friendly, or you just know it’s time for a redesign, you can follow these steps to successfully redesign your website without compromising SEO efforts, and actually strengthen your SEO strategy.

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5 Steps to Execute a Site Redesign Without Compromising SEO – Search Engine Watch

5 Steps to Execute a Site Redesign Without Compromising SEO
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You've spent years investing in SEO, and now your company dominates the rankings, but your site is outdated, isn't mobile-friendly, and you know it's time for a redesign. You've heard all the horror stories of how a site redesign can kill rankings, so

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‘New’ Facebook News Feed Redesign Now Rolling Out, 12 Months Later

Facebook has spruced up its Newsfeed redesign and started rolling it out, a year after it announced the makeover. Facebook announced its News Feed redesign exactly 12 months ago today, and is rolling out the updated look to a fraction of its users.

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Facebook Unveils A News Feed Redesign Focused Around What Users Like by @mattsouthern

Facebook announced they have begun rolling out yet another new look to their News Feed, this time they are listening to their users and giving them more of what they like. The updated look is reminiscent of what the News Feed used to look like, with a few minor tweaks. After experimenting with a radical […]

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Matt Southern

Matt Southern is a marketing, communications and public relations professional. He provides strategic digital marketing services at an agency called Bureau in Ontario, Canada. He has a bachelors degree in communication and an unparalleled passion for helping businesses get their message out.

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