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How do I determine what WP Engine hosting plan my site fits into?

To determine what WP Engine hosting plan you fit into, you’ll need to take a look at your general at traffic (unique visitors per day that aren’t from search engine bots) and per month will give you the best idea. WP Engine doesn’t charge based on bandwidth, but rather visitor counts. Learn more about how WP Engine charges for hosting on the following page: https://wpengine.com/support/count-visits/

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How are web forms handled?

WordHerd migrates all web forms to Gravity Forms, including labels, different field types and additional associated attributes. Learn more about Gravity Forms.

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What will happen to my current SEO?

WordHerd can migrate all existing meta titles and descriptions to WordPress. We use the number one rated SEO plugin for WordPress, Yoast SEO. Yoast provides a number of additional built-in features and options that will help give your site the initial visibility it deserves.

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What happens to my URL structure?

WordHerd takes every possible step to retain existing URL structure. In rare occasions where this is not possible we implement 301 redirects to ensure no loss in search engine visibility.

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What is included in the Web Maintenance add-on?

WordHerds’ web maintenance plans include WordPress core and plugin updates, plus security monitoring. Keeping WordPress core and plugins up-to-date is an important part of owning a WordPress website, as it relates to retaining desired functionality and security on your website. In addition to the security that core and plugin updates provide, WordHerd will also monitor and resolve security threats that may arise.

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What is included in the SEO Audit add-on?

WordHerds’ SEO Audits help to establish clear objectives that ensure maximum search engine visibility. Our comprehensive checklists are meant to get the results you want, based on the right way of doing things. Below is a checklist that we use to audit you website and outline what needs attention.

Includes
Response Codes
Page Title Tags
Meta Title Tags
Site Speed
Site Map Config
Robots.txt Config
Pagination Issues
Missing Canonicals
Image Alt Tags
Use of Proper Redirects
Internal Broken Links
External Broken Links
Site Structure

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What happens to my liquid markup?

Liquid markup can be recreated as backend PHP to accomplish the same server-side conditional logic built in Adobe Business Catalyst. Alternatively, we can provide client-side logic if needed to allow for a modern approach when handling specific page functionality.

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How are Web Apps migrated?

WordHerd converts Adobe Business Catalyst Web Apps to Custom Post Types in WordPress. Any custom fields or attributes associated with Web Apps are migrated to Advanced Custom Fields. WordHerd also has the capability to recreate any associated custom functionality in WordPress*.

*Additional fees may apply.

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Where are my Customers migrated to?

WordHerd has multiple migration options for your customers. We can migrate to a number of subscription plugins or we can migrate to a CRM of your choice. Some of the top CRM platforms that WordHerd migrates to are:

  • SharpSpring
  • HubSpot
  • Marketo
  • ZenDesk Sell
  • Salesforce
  • Insightly
  • Zoho
  • Pipedrive
  • And More…

We can also migrate a number of options depending on the platform, some of the most typical features are:

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What is included in a migration?

WordHerd can migrate as much or as little content as you desire. Below is a list of what we migrate from Adobe Business Catalyst to WordPress:

  • Pages
  • Posts
  • Products
  • Web Apps
  • Customers
  • Secure Zones

We can also rebuild any custom functionality and recreate your design as a mobile-friendly and responsive WordPress theme*.

*Additional fees apply.

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