Ultimate Guide to Website Migrations

In this instalment of our Ultimate Guide series our authors are looking at Website Migrations. At Tea Time SEO, Sara Moccand-Sayegh, Ben Beckwith and James Bavington, shared their Website Migrations tips which they have expanded on in this Guide. Covering three aspects of Website Migrations:

  • Planning and Strategy
  • Site Consolidations
  • Launch Day Priorities

Every site migration comes with its own challenges but with the help of this guide you should be able to prepare effectively and take the precautions you need to ensure a smooth transition as possible.

The Ultimate Guide to Website Migrations - Table of Contents

About the Co-Authors

Sara Moccand-Sayegh

SEO specialist at Liip

Sara Moccand-Sayegh is an SEO specialist at Liip, a web & mobile development agency and Holacracy in Switzerland. She is the co-host of #SEOnerdSwitzerland Meetup and a big fan of taking technical classes but skipping the theory. Sara is also a mum of two, who often manage to show up on screen while she works and last month she gave in & subscribed to Nextflix, causing a drop in her night productivity.

Ben Beckwith

Head of SEO at Semetrical.

Ben Beckwith joined Semetrical back in 2014 as one of the first employees and has since grown with the company where he is now Head of SEO. He has developed an award-winning department of SEO specialists at Semetrical and is passionate about all things SEO. Ben is an experienced SEO strategist, having a strong focus on technical SEO, website migrations, and user intent, implementing successful campaigns for clients such as OnTheMarket, Beano, JPI Media and Lexis Nexis. To keep Ben busy over the pandemic, he bought his first house and completely renovated it just in time for him and his wife who are expecting their first child in early May.


James Bavington

Technical Director at StrategiQ

James Bavington is Technical Director at full-service agency StrategiQ who are based in both Warwickshire and Suffolk UK. James started his career in 2006 as a designer and front-end developer, gaining an affinity for SEO and Ecommerce prior to joining StrategiQ in 2015 to own the cohesion between the development and marketing teams. Remaining hands-on with clients of all shapes and sizes, James has worked with brands ranging from The Dorchester and Reuters to local businesses and charities including The Air Ambulance Service. Over the course of the pandemic James has stayed sane WFH by setting up a desk surrounded by Lego and taking up mountain biking.

We’d like to thank our co-authors for sharing their expertise with us all and if you would like to contribute to this or any of our other Ultimate SEO Guide series then please get in touch.

If there are elements you want to add where you can draw from your own experience, please contact the marketing team.

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