I built a site, OLD.com, that was ranking pretty good in Google (On page 1 for 8 terms). I decided that I wanted to stop pushing OLD.com because it had a trademarked name in the domain. I created a new site, NEW.com, by using most of the content from OLD.com. OLD.com uses URLs like: OLD.com/a-url.htm and NEW.com uses URLs formatted like: NEW.com/a-url/ - (.htm versus slash at the end). Because of this, I was unable to use a 301 at the top level; had to put one in each page. At this point, each URL on OLD.com is properly being forwarded to the corresponding URL on NEW.com. FWIW, I accomplished this using the following code on each page of OLD.com: Code: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=htp://www.NEW.com/a-url/"> </HEAD> <BODY> </body> </html NEW.com is not yet indexed. I have stopped building backlinks for OLD.com and begun building them for NEW.com. Have I done everything necessary to make the migration occur? I expect to see the following: Google indexes NEW.com. NEW.com will rank for same/similar keywords that OLD.com is ranking for. NEW.com will continue to rise in the SERPS; OLD.com will continue to drop. Eventually, OLD.com will fall out of the SERPS and only NEW.com will rank. Is this correct?