Today’s episode is a follow-up to last week when we talked about the things you need to get in order if you want an effective business continuity plan.
But what if you don’t have a business continuity plan and you lose your site? You have no backup… no access… your online business is paralyzed and you’re about to fly into a panic just thinking about all those lost pages and hundreds of blog posts… gone.
Stop, take a deep breath and listen to this podcast. We talk about how we helped restore our new client’s site from nothing and what you can do if this happens to you.
In This Episode We Talk About
- Where to start if your website suddenly and unexpectedly disappears
- How to mitigate loss in Google (and other search) rank
- We also announce a new official position for the Web.Search.Social Marketing Podcast: The Villain, aka “Some Dude”
Links & Resources
- Good Search Engine Marketing May Be Bad For You (the stolen blog post)
- Use Google Image Search and find out if a photo you have or found online is used anywhere else
- Find a snapshot of your website in time from way back
- Our favorite domain registrar, hover.com
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Yippee Kay Yay!! A Tuesday episode! Another irresistible opportunity to hear Ralph’s sexy radio voice.
I promised myself time off from writing poetry over the holiday season. As per usual, I’ve broken another promise to myself and it’s all your fault. You get on a roll … and I get on a rhyme. 😉
Podjacked on Monday
By none other than
Mister Mike Brooks
OMG Formula man
Mister Some Dude
Villain curation guy
Is a stealer of copy
A cheater who’s sly
See Ralph and Carol Lynn
For events so apoplectic
Mr. Dude’s unsavory agenda
Is unscrupulous and pathetic
Vanish in the night
Dino says everyone
Loves a good fight
It’s an ugly day when
Your website is tanked
Lost is your authority
Along with all that rank
Save yourself the grief
Take a proactive stand
Be swift and ever prudent
Create a continuity plan
But first, eat an Oreo. 🙂
Melanie you gave me a good laugh today. And picking up the gauntlet to rhyme “apoplectic”! I’m going out on a limb to say that was even better than Oreos. Apparently we’re just not challenging you enough 🙂
No, no! You’re challenging me PLENTY. 🙂
Happy to know I made ya laugh.
Did I hear Carol Lynn say something about “double poems” today? I’m game. Catch my second one over at Google Plus. 😉
Hi Carol and Ralph,
This is an awesome post indeed and very helpful for online marketers or bloggers like me who runs any kind of website.
I will save/bookmark this post for my future needs.
Thanks you so much for the wonderful tricks. Enjoy your day!
Thanks Nisha, I’m glad this was helpful… of course I hope you fill in the business continuity worksheet so you never have to go through this!