When a redesign or platform change looms in your site's future, it's easy to turn off all search engine optimization work and focus on planning the new site. After all, why bother making changes that will just be overwritten when you launch the new site? Focusing on a few key areas will enable you to continue improving SEO without fear of wasted work when the new site goes live....
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