How to move your website to new domain

If you are not happy with your domain name or just want to change it to a name that is more search engine friendly, there are some options to consider. Before you register new domain mane, remember that the keywords in your domain name carry the most weight with the search engines. The name you will choose is very important for the success of your website. I think we should have a separate article about importance of keywords in domaine name, but for now you can watch a video in which Matt Cutts is discussing the importance of having your target keywords in your domain name.
So, after you choose your new domain name you can start migrating to a new domain. When you site is build in WordPress, it allows you to transfer your content without starting from scratch. First thing you have to do is to make a backup of your entire WordPress installation and the MySQL database content. You can find more detailed step-by-step instructions here.

It will help you to transfer your website to a new server, or if you need – to change the website’s URL.

Most of the host companies can help you transfer your WordPress site. You may even be eligible for a free content transfer service after you upgrade your plan with some host providers.

When moving your domain, please don’t forget to cancel your web hosting with your old internet provider.
Need more help? Just leave a comment or shoot us an e-mail.

Your online reputation matters! Yes, it really does!

There are so many ways to think about your business reputation.

With the in-person experiences of customers, your reputation is also affected by your company’s web presence. Whether you manage a brand, yourself or a business, your online reputation is often the first impression potential customers will see. BUT, is your web presence making you or your business sparkle, or is it hurting your business reputation? Are you even paying attention to what your customers are saying about you, your product, your business online?

Your potential customers learn about your business by searching for you online. So, why not to do the same! Search for “your business name reviews“ using search engines like Google, Yahoo, or Bing to see what kinds of reviews your business is getting. This can help you determine what is being said about your business, and where it is being posted.

Try to respond to good reviews via private message, that way you don’t overwhelm your review page with your own comments. When you have a negative review ( it happens…), don’t panic! Apologize for the incident and let the costumer know it will never happen again.

If you have a profile on networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, etc., make sure your bio or information about your business is correct and similar. You don’t want to be one person on your website and completely different on Twitter account, same applies to your business as well.

There are plenty of tools available, that help you monitor your web presence and see how consumers perceive your website or online business. Here are some online reputation monitoring tools worth checking out:

1. BackType Alerts

– BackType (acquired by Twitter ) measures engagement and its impact on KPIs like revenue, page views, sign ups, downloads and more.

2. Me on the Web from Google

– helps you to understand and manage what people see when they search for you on Google. It feels a lot like Google alerts, but is more upfront and user-friendly.

3. Ping and TweekDeck

– help you track or update your entire online presence from a central hub.


On of the nice features of WordPress is moderation of comments people post on your blog. It allows you to prevent comments from appearing on your site without your express approval.

It’s important to build a positive reputation online, TRUST is very important. Your reputation can either build or ruin your whole business, so pay attention to what is being said online about you, your product or services, your business.