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Want to change my site totaly, some information needed ?

Discussion in 'Search Engine Optimization' started by maneesh.rai13, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. #1
    HI friends,
    i just want to totally, redesign my site, with a changed URL, i mean from .nl to .eu and everything . what effect it will make in terms of SEO, will the PR of the site and the ranking for the site will remain the same or it will change ?
    SEMrush
     
    maneesh.rai13, Nov 19, 2011 IP
    SEMrush
  2. mikeavery11

    mikeavery11 Member

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    No, If you will change your URL then your site PR and keywords ranking will not remain anyway. Its simply not possible as you couldnt' change the SERPs database.
     
    mikeavery11, Nov 19, 2011 IP
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    indianseocompany Peon

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    It will change if you change your site fully.
     
    indianseocompany, Nov 21, 2011 IP
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    You can minimize PR lost if you redirect your old pages to the new ones.
     
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    Yes, jarofed is right. You must create a redirect command for all of your old pages, to send everyone to your new site. This will help protect you, but don't expect it to be perfect.

    Plus, it takes Google months to update Page Rank. Your new site will have zero page rank for a long while. Just keep the traffic coming from you old site, and keep adding fresh, keyworded content. Eventually, you'll feel better about making the change you have in mind.

    But at first, you will be sad.
     
    jewel3000, Nov 21, 2011 IP
  6. raihan-hossain

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    As ur url and webpage changes ur page rank will also be changed.
     
    raihan-hossain, Nov 21, 2011 IP
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    sultanofseo Notable Member

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    if you change domain name, then easiest way to retain the PR would be by doing a 301 redirect. 301 redirect will let google know that your site moved form one url to another and google will transfer the PR to the new domain. over time, your ranking and PR will be stabilized but you need to keep building backlinks for your new site as well.
     
    sultanofseo, Nov 21, 2011 IP
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    yup it will transfer your pr and rank using 301.
     
    stardik, Nov 23, 2011 IP
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    can help you want ping me
     
    MossRosa, Nov 24, 2011 IP
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    It all depends.It changes are good for you,just do it.
     
    taspocahon, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    #11
    ya, it will be lost
    btw, what's the pr of the current domain?
    i would suggest you to 1) redirect your current domain to new one.
    2) do lots of link buildng for your new site, and earn new pr. simple
     
    c4cyber, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    It will change if you change your site fully.
     
    wspeedupw, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    go for complete 301 redirection.., which is user friendly.., for while u loose SERP's and PR but it will retain in a month.., provided only if 301 redirection
     
    uday11, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    It you change your site as you mentioned above, you will lost all of your site ranking and also PR. You may get your previous links traffic by using redirecting script.
     
    faysal969, Nov 25, 2011 IP
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    Definitely, now your website with a new different name is entirely new website for Google and will index it according.You will have new pr.
     
    iccube, Nov 25, 2011 IP
  16. maneesh.rai13

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    Thanks For all those replies, Just sorted out all the problems with the site , its working fine now.:cool:
     
    maneesh.rai13, Jul 9, 2012 IP