After you rebuild your website, you may be upset to find that Google has old links to your website, which then may work.
If you changed website providers, this can be especially troubling as people will complain that your links are broken (when they are not).
The sad reality is that many people type web addresses into Google search bars (bad) instead of using the address bar of their browser.
This means that they are depending Google to take them to every single website that they visit. Obviously this is not good.
As a website owner/manager, you must find a way to correct the bad URLs that exist in Google that point to your old website's content.
In this article, I will explain the steps you need to do to correct this.