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- Oct 6, 2019
The non-profit shelter my Mom works for currently has three websites, and all three come up when you google it, in this order:
1. their page on the church's website (ie church.com/?page=homelessshelter) which has a link to their Facebook page and some outdated info they're not able to directly change
2. (their Facebook page)
3. Their .org site, hosted by Wix
4. A .ca site with literally some plain text and their logo, being sat on by their old developer.
Obviously it's a mess. I'm proposing we migrate the .org to a new host, redirect the .ca to the .org, but I'm not sure what to do about the church page since it's the top result. I'm not familiar enough with SEO to know whether, for example, getting the church to change the link in their navbar to the .org site will affect the ranking/how it will affect the ranking. And since we're migrating the .org, I feel like SEO-wise it would be best to leave the church page as it is and just add a link to the .org.
Or any other advice.