How to Change Your WordPress Website to www.

You have the perfect blog. You’ve been writing for your site for years, ever since you started your blog. You’ve honed your craft, gained a following, and now you’re ready to take the next step.

You want to make sure your readers know how to find you. You want to give your blog the best chance of being discovered by potential new readers. You may not have a lot of cash to spend, so you want to make sure the change is going to be free.

Here’s where things get a bit tricky. You want to keep your blog fresh and original, so you don’t want to replicate what others have done. That being said, you want to make sure when potential new readers enter your site, they know exactly where to find you. This means taking a little time to make sure everything is linked correctly, and keeping up with regular maintenance.

So how do you change your website without all of that hassle? You use a service like GoDaddy to point your domain name to your blog. When someone clicks on your blog’s address — let’s say, — they’ll be automatically redirected to the new address — in this case,

That’s easy enough, and more than enough for your needs. What if you want to make sure everything looks the same, though? What if you don’t want to use your blog’s existing address, because it might already be taken? You could always look up the available domain names and pick one for yourself, but wouldn’t it be more convenient to just change the address your blog uses?

You could do this manually, and it’s a simple process. Navigate to your blog’s Dashboard, and then click the “Site Address” tab.

On the next page, you’ll see the address used by your site. Simply replace that text with the appropriate address — in this case, — and click the “Update” button. Presto, now your blog will point to the new address. When people click on the address, they’ll see your blog’s content, but they’ll also be taken to another location.

You should do this for all your website’s links. When you’ve finished editing, simply log back into your Site Address dashboard and click the “Save Changes” button. Now when you navigate to any of your blog’s links, you’ll be automatically redirected to the new address.

So what are the perks of this method? For one, it’s free. Second, it’s easy to set up. All you need is a GoDaddy account and a little bit of time to point your domain name to your blog. Finally, this method ensures everything on your blog will continue to work the same way it has since the beginning. If you decide to switch to a different blogging platform, or decide you want to switch to a different domain altogether, you can do that too easily with this method. It will still work, because all you did was change the site address.

Is this method the perfect way to switch your website? No. Is it simple, convenient, and free? Hell yes. Should you do this on every blog you own? Perhaps not. But for the most part, changing your site address to point to is a great way to ensure you’re always reaching your audience, and keep up with everything you’ve already set up.