Content migration is one of those things most people don’t want to think about. Because we don’t want to think about it, we do two detrimental things: 1. we label it as “bad” and 2. we push off migration decisions. Here are my suggestions for how to avoid falling into these two mistakes.
Problem One: Calling Content Migration ‘Bad’
Content migration is so widely disliked that one surefire way to ensure an article’s popularity is to write one deriding content migration. I sympathize with much of the sentiment behind these articles, but they are mostly in response to bad content migrations.