How To Transfer Your Website from Yellow Pages

Seamless Migration: Transferring Your Website from Yellow Pages

In the digital era, having control over your website and its content is crucial for your business’s online presence. If your website is currently hosted on Yellow Pages’ and you’re looking to transfer it to a more flexible platform, this guide is for you. At Kris Chislett Design, we understand the importance of a smooth transition and are here to walk you through the process step by step.

1. Plan Your Transfer

Before initiating the transfer, it’s essential to have a clear plan.

  • Choose a New Host and Domain: Research and select a reliable hosting provider that meets your needs. If you’re changing your domain name, make sure it’s available.
  • Backup Your Content: Ensure you have a complete backup of your website, including all files, images, and content.


2. Set Up on the New Platform

Once you have your new hosting and domain, set up the foundation of your website.

  • Install CMS: If you’re using a Content Management System (CMS) like WordPress, install it on your new host.
  • Design Your Website: You can either use a website builder provided by your host or hire a professional to design your new site.


3. Transfer Website Content

Migrate your content from to your new website.

  • Manual Transfer: If your site is small, you might transfer content manually by copying and pasting.
  • Automated Tools: For larger websites, consider using automated migration tools or services.


4. Update SEO Settings

Maintaining or improving your SEO rankings during a transfer is critical.

  • Redirects: Set up 301 redirects from your old URLs to your new website to maintain search engine rankings.
  • Update SEO Elements: Ensure all your meta titles, descriptions, and keywords are transferred and optimized for your new site.


5. Test Everything

Before going live, thoroughly test your new website.

  • Check Functionality: Test all pages, links, forms, and other functionalities to ensure everything works as intended.
  • Mobile Responsiveness: Make sure your website is responsive and displays correctly on various devices.


6. Go Live and Update Your Information

Once everything is set, make your new website live.

  • Update Your DNS Settings: Point your domain to the new host’s server.
  • Inform Your Customers: Use email, social media, and other channels to inform your customers about your new website.


7. Monitor and Optimize

After going live, keep an eye on your website’s performance.



Transferring your website from Yellow Pages to a new platform can seem daunting, but with careful planning and execution, it can be a smooth process. This transition not only gives you more control over your website but also opens up new opportunities for growth and customization. If you need assistance with your website transfer, Kris Chislett Design is here to help. Contact us at or call 904-472-1727 for expert web design and migration services.

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