Opened up only to find a website page gone!
“Freight Alert” that website page has gone. Panic, meltdown or near overload is more to the point as experiencing a fright alert after diligently working on something to find that my website page gone. The about me webpage had disappeared. Help!
Now this is where things have become different. Years past that autistic overload panic button would have crashed into gear. Instead of scrambling about frantically fumbling about a video was made. Playable below.
Two reasons with the first being “that mistake will not happen again so take this experience and record it for someone else to find a solution to their pain and help them. Knowing there is the community support their should I call out to them is terrific but did I need to reach out just yet.
Let’s see what happened. Back track to yesterday when … oh the correcting the broken link work.
Well to improve and increase open rates speed by removing a page was not the intention! But the actions involved in recovering that page are useful for others. These useful actions are what this post is about.
Backtrack on the marketing training actions before the webpage disappearance
Repositioning pages, posts, pictures or anything else on a a website leaders to some interesting ‘moments.’ Panic not there is a way around finding the ‘About Me’ page has literally disappeared from the front page. This morning the About Me Page had gone. The subpage “Explore the resources” however was an orphaned repositioned page.