There’s nothing like getting into the nitty gritty of your site to find any problem areas.
You need to know what search engines like and don't like about your site.
Hit "next" and go to the next match, where you'll grab the three relevant columns and stick them next to the text you copied. After you’ve done this process once, you’ll need to rinse and repeat for the other sheets to match up all your Meta Descriptions, Canonical Tags, Word Counts, etc.
Then when you launch the new site, the new content will have no value because it will be duplicate.
A site can be noindexed in two ways by your developers. If you have Word Press, for example, you simply check the box that reads: of every page: 2 – Your second option is to block the site in the file.
This only happens because they misunderstand how Google et al. Grabbing the structure, meta data and URLs is vital to identifying exactly what is changing and why.
Your SEO crawl will give you a roadmap of how your entire site is currently set out.
This resource will cover how to do SEO checks on your test site/development site to ensure the structure, URLs, Page Titles, Meta Descriptions and more all match up properly. However, by thinking strategically, you can take the opportunity to improve a site’s performance after a redesign.