Website Migration Strategy Session
The first thing we’ll do is have a strategy session with you to learn more about what you want from your migration to Webflow. Are you simply looking to take advantage of Webflow’s security benefits and design flexibility, or is there more to your decision to migrate your website? Regardless of your goals, aligning on strategy early in the process helps us to ensure a successful WordPress to Webflow website migration.
Once we understand your goals, we start the website migration. This could mean recreating your existing website or creating a full website redesign — that all depends on what you ask for. Regardless, we keep the lines of communication open every step of the way so you’re never in the dark.
You’ve worked hard to ensure your website ranks in search engines like Google and Bing. So, we work hard to ensure that you maintain your hard-earned rankings throughout the migration. This means we pay close attention to ensure that redirects are in place, and on-page SEO data is intact, so that the migration doesn’t lead to broken links and lost organic search traffic.
Design & Development Experience
With hundreds of Webflow website projects under our belt (pun intended), our experience is unmatched. When you work with Belt Creative, you can rest assured you’re working with a team that knows exactly what they’re doing.
Webflow SEO Specialists
When you work with web development experts, there’s often something missing — SEO. Simply put, web designers aren’t typically SEO specialists. However, your SEO is most at risk during a website migration. That’s why we have a team of SEO specialists that are involved at every step of the migration process. Now, you can rest assured that your search engine rankings are protected throughout your migration.
In most cases, when you have a website migrated, you’ll need to train your team on the new content management system based on what you learn from your migration team. That’s not the case here. We’re hands-on with the training process and proudly provide team training events once your migration is complete.
Ongoing Webflow Support
When your migration is over, we don’t just hand you the keys to the site and tell you to have a great day. We’re there with you every step of the way with ongoing Webflow support.
On average, it takes about four to six weeks to migrate a Squarespace website to Webflow. However, the exact amount of time it takes to migrate your website will vary greatly depending on several factors. Some of the most important factors that play a role in migration times include:
- Design complexity
- The size of your website
- Whether or not you’d like a design change during the migration
Regardless, our team is transparent and honest about the migration process and timeline. When we give you a deadline, we meet it. Contact us today to find out how long your project might take.
When it comes to ease of use, Webflow and Squarespace are both user-friendly website builders. However, many users find Webflow easier to use than Squarespace. Unlike Squarespace, Webflow offers more customization options without requiring any coding knowledge. Additionally, Webflow's content management system is straightforward to navigate, and their websites are secure. Overall, if you're looking for a website builder that is intuitive and allows for more flexibility in customization, Webflow may be the better choice for you.
Yes. Squarespace does offer SEO functionality, but it is limited at best.
With Webflow, you can handle all of your on-page SEO with the platform's tools. The tools are easy to use and offer advanced control compared to Squarespace.
In fact, this points to one of the strongest arguments for why Webflow is better than Squarespace. In Webflow, you can do everything you need to do for SEO on a page by page basis including adjusting meta tags, title tags, alt tags, custom code injection, and more thus allowing more flexibility and creativity when it comes to SEO.
Yes, all Webflow websites that we design are fully responsive and designed to look great regardless of the size screen your user is viewing them from.