Currently, if you go to my podcast site, it simply redirects to the Cambermast.com and drops you into the podcast page on that site.
Since the podcast is going really well, I want to create a standalone site with its own unique design. Therefore I’m planning to create a whole new Jekyll site just for the podcast.
The challenge I’m having now is what to do about those podcast links on Cambermast.
Here is my current plan, and I would appreciate it if you have any other ideas:
- In the new podcast site, create the same url/folder structure and copy over the posts and media content, like images.
- I do use Bit.ly, so we can manually update those links.
- For all future posts, only add them to the new podcast site.
The only serious issue I see with this plan relates to the posts. Old posts will still be on Cambermast and also on the new podcast site. That could screw with search engine optimization.
What do you think? Is there a better approach that might be more sustainable?