How to Rebrand Your Blog
Learning how to rebrand your blog is more than just changing your business logo as it is a monumental step towards a bigger change for your brand. Through rebranding, your website will surely experience a transformational change that would change it physically and aesthetically, and even deliver huge change to how you’ll appeal to your previous and new visitors.
Whether you’re part of the population who just wants to change your brand to experience change or someone who has shifted your attention and passion to something new, rebranding your blog is the best way to do it. If you have already decided and considered every aspect of your decision, you would need the tips in this page to successfully go through the rebranding process successfully.
The first thing you have to make sure you’re aware of, is if you are ready for such a monumental change. There are many things that you have to consider when taking this leap as there’s no doubt that going back to the way things are before the revamped would surely be nigh impossible. In this process, you’ll be thinking about how your new blog should look, your site’s social media pages and handles, setting up a new domain and even making sure that the transition from your previous blog to this new one would be smooth and seamless even for your previous readers.
Rebranding your blog and establishing a new blog have quite the similarities and that includes developing a new name for your blog which could prove to be very challenging as well. It is important to inculcate your past experiences and make sure that you take into account the subject of your new blog into account, as this will allow you to create a name that would scream about your subject the moment readers see it.
It is vital to make sure as well, that the blog and its handles are in sync and are changed appropriately. Your previous readers and followers could also become your potential visitors to your new blog or site, making it important to inform them about the change in a not so sudden manner.
You should make sure that the new website you’ll be using, is filled with new color schemes, designs, logo and more, which should give your site a totally new aesthetic, while also considering new content or way of delivering information to your readers.