I have a website that contains about 400 pages of content that ranks very well in the SERPS. About 300 of the pages are WordPress php pages that are in a Sub Domain. We were averaging around 6,000 uniques per day during March and April. At the end of April I began to have major disruptions with the server host which resulted in the site being offline for several hours at a time at least once every 10 days. I decided it was time to change web hosts. I moved the site to a hosted windows dedicated server. On June 4th we ordered the DNS change, but unfortunately only about half of the traffic found its way to the new IP address (See the attached Analytics graph). We have done much investigation on the SEO side and have concluded that the SERPS are better than ever. We think that somewhere along the line the DNS pointers have gotten fouled up but we are clueless on diagnosing and fixing the problem. The DNS pointer issue appears to be isolated to the traffic going to the Sub Web as each of those pages are showing serious drops in page views.
We will escrow your final bid amount and will release payment on the day when the Google analytics show visitors of 4,000 or more for that day.
A Bonus of $200 will be paid on the day when the Google analytics show visitors of 5,000 or more for that day.
A Bonus of $200 will be paid on the day when the Google analytics show visitors of 6,000 or more for that day.
A Bonus of $200 will be paid on the day when the Google analytics show visitors of 7,000 or more for that day.
Additional Bonuses can be earned from SEO work on the site
Preference will be given bidders who can provide examples of other DNS resolution projects they have worked on in the past.