The Ultimate SEO Checklist for Website Redesign [Infographic]

As we head into the midst of 2020, a website redesign is often on the minds of many businesses who are looking to up their game. When it comes to redesigning your website, there’s a lot of improvements that you should make when it comes to its SEO.

SEO stands for search engine optimization, and it’s working on this area of the website that can help improve your website’s presence on the internet.

There are a lot of elements that contribute to the health of your website and how well it ranks on the internet. The higher it ranks, the more traffic you can expect on your website. This could be the keywords used in content and the backlinks that you have to other websites across the internet.

You will likely want to look at compressing images to improve the speed of your website if you haven’t already been using a compression tool. In addition, you may want to consider creating richer, more targeted content for your site.

All the effort that you make in order to improve the SEO of your website can be somewhat hindered by a new web design if it’s not done correctly.

The Ultimate SEO Checklist for Website Redesign

A lot of business owners get worried about the rank of their website going down because of a redesign, but that can be something you can address directly. This infographic, created by Digitrio, explains everything you need to know in order to create a smooth transition from one website design to another. More important, doing so without compromising the quality and effort that’s gone into the SEO of your site.

Infographic Design By Digitrio

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