Hello all, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I fear the main problem I have is that our business outsourced the building of our website so gaining access to the code is limited to main content regions but I digress, here's my situation.
Our old site did ok on page rank in relation to our main products, I'm really keen to keep this performance when we move fully to the new site.
I got Google to crawl the new site 10 days ago but the page rank for .eu is virtually non-existent. So here are my questions;
1.Have I not given enough time for Google to implement crawl stats?
2.Is the original website (domain name, links, etc) preventing the new website from performing/appearing well on Google?
3.Are the principles of SEO very different on a Drupal site as opposed to a basic html page? I guess it's worth noting that the site designer is accessible and willing to make changes for me but obviously I would prefer to be in a situation where I can make changes when and where I see fit rather than having to wait for him all the time, is there anything I can suggest to him to include within site that would make this attainable?