Site Redesign

    • Website Redesign—One Year Later (Critical Lessons Learned)

      It’s been a year since the latest major redesign of the Smart Passive Income blog, and I wanted to give you an over-the-shoulder look at what has happened since, including all the great things and the not-so-great things. I also want to highlight some of the latest features and updates we’ve added based on what we learned. Let’s do this! The design before the recent update wasn’t terrible.

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    • SPI 260: Undergoing a Website Overhaul with Rocket Code

      At this time last year, got a serious facelift. With the help of the amazing team over at, we revamped the website to make it faster, sleeker, and more searchable, all in pursuit of providing you guys with the best experience possible. In today’s episode, you’ll meet two of the people who made this website overhaul possible: my Design Direct ...

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  • My April 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … and pushing the envelope. Much of what was incorporated into the new website redesign was done to not only better serve you, but also to push the envelope when it comes to web design and content personalization. When I think back to when I first started out online, to have a site like this and an audience of this size and support would have been…

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  • My March 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … for their attention to detail! If you’re on this site for the first time in awhile, look around and see what’s new. Hit the “search” button in the navigation menu and check out what happens, poke around the podcast and SPI TV pages, and try to find some easter eggs if you can too. Phase two of the redesign is coming next, which will include enhanced…

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  • My January 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … truly the main purpose of the upgrade. You see, back in July 2015, I ran a survey (thanks to Ryan Levesque’s book, Ask, which I highly recommend), which revealed that the way the current site is structured does a poor job of serving you with relevant content. Most people who have heard that I’m undergoing a redesign say something to the likes…

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  • 5 Ways to Salvage your Search Rankings After a Disastrous Site Migration

    … This article was originally published on Nothing is worse than coming out of an expensive, time-consuming site redesign and realizing you’ve wrecked your website’s SEO. Unfortunately, this happens all too often. One of the most common ways is when sites undergo a major migration or restructuring without a comprehensive redirect…

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