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Take a Backup

The first step in any website redesign process is to take a full backup of the existing website. Taking website’s backup helps to ensure that all important data and files are preserved in case anything goes wrong during the redesign process.

Deploy to A New Location

After taking the backup of the website, the next step is to deploy this version to a test environment and start the website redesign process there.

Redesigning the website on a new location will help ensure that the new website design does not adversely affect the current website or any of its features.

Check One to One

If you want to keep the same content on your new website, you should make sure to check the content and pages.

Checking the content will ensure that your new website has the same information as your existing website. This is important if you want to maintain the same level of traffic and engagement with your audience.

Use Better Content

A website redesign is a great opportunity to revisit and improve your website’s content. This is your chance to rewrite your content in a more engaging and effective way.

Keep in mind that your content should be unique, relevant, and interesting to your target audience.

Avoid using duplicate or plagiarized content, as this can harm your website’s
ranking and reputation.

URL Conventions

If your website already has great search engine rankings, you should make sure that after redesigning your website, all the webpages should follow the same URL conventions as they used to.  This is important because if you change the URL structure of your pages, you could lose the search engine ranking that you have worked so hard to achieve.

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