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  • sribharath
    started a topic Shifting to vbulletin

    Shifting to vbulletin

    I am running a forum https://www.webhostingforums.com/ along with my friend and we are thinking to shift to vbulletin

    how easy is the process

    do we loose serp rankings when moved


  • Joe D.
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    Originally posted by Exiligh View Post
    Joe, could you answer his question about what part of vBulletin was making you consider a change? please? also thanks for asking the original question!
    I asked the question in post #2, the answer was given by the thread starter in post # 3. I don't see any unanswered questions remaining. He just neglected to use the "quote" bbcode when answering so It got a bit confusing. He wasn't asking me, he was replying to me.

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  • Exiligh
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    Joe, could you answer his question about what part of vBulletin was making you consider a change? please? also thanks for asking the original question!

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  • sribharath
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    Ok will look in to that

    If I may ask, what part of vBulletin was making you consider a change?

    The seo part , as far as i see site son vbulletin are ranking higher than xenforo

    will look in to the tool and take the decision

    thank you

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  • Joe D.
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    We have no means to import from Xenforo into vBulletin, you would need to use some kind of 3rd party conversion service such as http://gconverters.com/. This is just one of several, we do not endorse any 3rd party service.

    The URL structure of the software is also very different so there would likely be a hit to search engine rankings as new URLs are indexed.

    If I may ask, what part of vBulletin was making you consider a change?

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