As we reach the last few weeks of the year, all the team here at Website World would like to acknowledge and thank you for the support you have given us this year. It's been an interesting year to say the least, and we've loved seeing the effort our customers have put into their businesses to help them get through 2020.
Our support desk runs on a skeleton crew over the Christmas and New Year period and will be unavailable for training/design support from 5pm on the 24th December through to 9am on the 11th January. During this time, email support will be available only for emergency situations such as website or email outages, or other issues which cause an impediment to the business function of a website.
We wish you and your family a happy and relaxing holiday season and look forward to catching up with you in the New Year.
We've put together a collection of social media Christmas marketing ideas to help you ring the bells this Christmas; your till bells.
Turn them into graphics, add them to videos or simply share as text to engage your audience over the lead up to Christmas.
Is Taking Your Website Offline for the Holidays a Smart Decision?
If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is. With no such thing as a free lunch, it seems an easy solution disable your website for the time you are away. But we’re saying, no, don’t do it and in this article we'll explain why and what you can do instead.
We can now import websites from most other CMS and shopping platforms, maintaining perfect SEO link juice and full replication of the existing template and content.
The migration service takes a perfect snapshot of all SEO meta tags and URL filenames, ensuring that all pages are in the right place, and specifying the same SEO information, just as Google is used to seeing prior to migration.
After migration, you can then use our SEO tools to manage your meta tags yourself, and further improve your google ranking, without worrying about implementing 301 redirects. That step is not necessary, as your site map has been maintained.
To learn more about how this works, here are two articles for you to read:
Posted: Thu 17 Dec 2020