Will moving my domain name to another Web provider hurt my search engine ranking?
Well it's December. No I'm not going to start asking you what I want for Christmas so keep your wallets and purses away-that might be for another day. This blog is the "Help me my fellow Superstar Actime rainers.
See I have a website that the search engine ranking is well not good I guess. Also please read blogs by Tammy Emineth -She is a pro on that topic. You see I have a BIG PROBLEM. For many months now,my website has not only been getting no traffic but I'm also not getting any leads. I told you I have a big problem.
AND in 2014 and soon to be 2015 in a month,my website is not mobile-optimized and friendly-ANOTHER BIG PROBLEM. And when you now have Millennials and Generation X home buyers who are using their mobile phones and tablets more than ever to start their home buying search,you could be losing potential home buyers and even sellers.
And those are the main reasons why I want to move my domain name to another web provider. But I want to know if moving my domain name to another Web provider will hurt my search engine ranking because I don't want to do end up with a bigger problem than the one that I already have.
But if it will hurt my search engine ranking then I will just have to hire someone to make the changes to my website such as SEO and make it mobile friendly if possible. But I am not sure if I can make this site mobile friendly since some web providers might not allow you to make changes to their site. But why continue to hold onto to something that is affecting my real estate sales? I just want to be 100% because I have heard stories of how moving from one website to another affect their search engine ranking position. Plus I still rank on first pages on certain keywords with my website. But I want to rank first page with more long tail keywords and short tail keywords
Will moving my domain name to another Web provider hurt my search engine ranking? Tammy Emineth please answer this question. If anybody will know it's you.