Discussion in 'Fresh Store Builder' started by max99x, Apr 16, 2012.
Anyone had any experience moving a site using FSB to Wordpress?
In terms of the rankings....?
Yeah great no problems, its the other way round thats the problem.
I bought FSB and it hurt me bad when i changed a perfectly good earning wp site to FSB
Now i no longer use it, & I wont go back to it
despite the new update it seems the template system is still not fixed and available for developers to play with
Wordpress Site - Ranking Well - Around 1500 uniques per month
Changed to FSB
FSB Site - Rankings Disappeared (virtually no terms in the top 200) - Around 200 uniques per month
Changed this site back to Wordpress and rankings are slowly coming back. I've left a few other sites as FSB - none of which have their rankings back yet.
I am just in the process of doing this with one of my sites, I will let you know how it goes Max.
How did yours go in the end? Well I hope.
kept it as fsb so dont know
Are you still using amazon when you have changed over to WP site,
I thinking of doing a test to see how well my site might or might not change using wordpress.
I do not use wordpress at all I like building sites but find it find getting the site to code anything up the moment so with wordpess, can you build the site offline first like you can with html, ie can you upload the files and tell it to be offline until you have finished the site?
Yeah, when I make the change to WP, I will still be using Amazon as well as other affiliates too.
I too prefer to make up sites using Dreamweaver/Notepad etc, but it's very convenient to use WP for this, say with ShopperPress and Datafeedr, etc.
I had a thread a while ago about stopping non-completed WP sites being spidered/accessed, it might be of use and has some handy pointers.
seems like some good ideas then, just install it in a sub folder and leave the site running until the wordpress site is ready, hmmm another thing to add to the list!
LOL; tell me about it!
I sometimes use xampp when developing wordpress offline http://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp-windows.html
Lets you set up a webserver locally on your pc
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