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Moving from mediawiki to wordpress

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by kaplan, Feb 20, 2017.

  1. kaplan

    kaplan Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hi,

    I have a site in mediawiki and planning on migrating it into wordpress, did anyone did it before?
    Does it affect the SEO?

    Thank you
     
  2. seomotionz

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    I don't have any idea. Sorry to say, bro
     
  4. kaplan

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    Thank you for your answer, I have read it but wanted to know if someone did it and most important, does it affect SEO.
    I am about to do the move and don't want to loose all the SEO poer of the wiki.
     
  5. ContentWriter

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    Migrating to a new domain will temporarily affect your traffic and search engine ranking as search engines adjust to the changes. This happens to all sites that switch to a new domain.
     
  6. darulez

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    thats what I tell my clients, that have 1998 style plain html and want to migrate to (insert CMS Name here):

    me: is it ranking?
    c: yes.
    me: DONT TOUCH IT.

    @phpbuilt and me wrote like 1k posts on how WP will fuck your on page seo...

    hence, I even should do some case studies where I will strip the site from the WP theme and build a basic html...