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Replatforming and migrating to WordPress

A new website requires content that often already exists in the current CMS. If there’s a lot of it, or if it constantly changes, migrating it may pose a challenge. A challenge that we have faced many times, and we know exactly how to overcome it.

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Nopio can be your partner openly, but we’re happy to step in as white-labeled resources, fully integrating with your team.

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Nopio’s team integrates effortlessly with your team to discover, plan, and move content to the new site.

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The Challenge

Website data is often way more than just text on the pages. We pull images, videos, user data, uploaded documents, and more. These are often stored in different formats that changed over the years.

To make things even more interesting, in some cases, the content changes continuously. That makes the migration not a one-time thing but something that constantly happens over a more extended time.

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Why is it worth moving to WordPress?

WordPress is the world’s most popular CMS, running over 40% of websites on the internet. That means it solved many problems other CMS are still riddled with. Its ecosystem is mature and rich in ready-to-use and easy-to-integrate solutions, so you can get the exact features you need quickly.

Our approach to content management makes it even better, as we designed it around your marketing efforts and with the desire to give you the most agile way of working with content.

Finally, performance. To maximize conversions and get the most out of your marketing efforts, your site needs to be fast. When we create your new WordPress website, we put in a lot of work and engineering to make it blazingly fast.

And also

Flexible and Easy Admin Panel

Most WordPress sites are set up with some form of universal builder that promises to “let you do anything you can imagine”. The problem is complexity – most users can’t use it without breaking things in the process.

This is why we created WP ThemeFlex™:
a cms development solution based on an easy-to-use WordPress admin panel that puts the power in your hands.

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How do we move your content to WordPress?

Carefully and meticulously. That’s the best description – if one given in three words would be required. Under these terms, we hide our processes that ensure a successful move.

Our experienced team learns about your content, catalogs all bits and pieces, and designs the optimal way to move each and every one of them.


API for the ever-changing content

We design and build an API, or a third-party service, that allows programmatic access to your content. Then we run the synchronization process continuously until the sole process is completed.

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Importing from files

In some cases, files are the best way to move large datasets. Not to mention API may not be able to create. We will see what format we can get from your system and adapt our process around it.

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For relatively small datasets, this is still a valid option. We do have resources that know how to do this super effectively, so it may be the most cost-effective way for your specific case.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is website migration?

It’s a process that either moves the whole site from one hosting to another or moves just the website content to another Content Management System (CMS). The latter often includes additional steps required to make the content compatible with the target CMS.

How long does it take to migrate w website?

It really depends on the website size, content complexity, and if it includes re-design and/or CMS change. Moving a WordPress website from one host to another typically takes from one hour to a day. Typically changing CMS requires a website rebuild, and it’s often a good opportunity to refresh the design as well. That process may take weeks or months to fully complete.

How to migrate a website to WordPress?

There isn’t a quick answer to this question, as there are too many factors to consider. The smallest sites can be just moved manually or using simple export/import plugins. Big ones require meticulous planning and execution not to lose data or SEO ranking. Reach out to our team to discuss this in detail.

What questions to ask when re-platforming a website?

What problems are we actually solving with this move? Do we need to update or change the hosting solution? Do we need to change the Information Architecture? Do we want or need to update the website design while migrating? We can help you ask the right questions.

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