When moving from Blogger to WordPress, there are several things you need to know. You must import Blogger data, install WordPress plugins, and more. There are also ways to redirect mobile users. If you have trouble redirecting links from Blogger to WordPress, check out these articles to find out how to make it work.

Briefs

  • To successfully move from Blogger to WordPress, it is important to ensure that links redirect properly. This can be done by setting up the permalink structure in WordPress and using a plugin to handle redirects.
  • WordPress redirection plugins can handle many redirects and offer features such as tracking visitor data, bulk import and export of redirects, and the ability to detect the Blogger URL and create a code snippet to redirect users to a WordPress site.
  • Mobile users should also be redirected to the WordPress site, and a plugin can be installed to create a redirect automatically. Website analytics should be checked to ensure that mobile users are not being lost due to improper redirects.

Links don't redirect properly from blogger to WordPress

If switching from blogger to WordPress, you must follow some steps to avoid problems. One of them is making sure that all the links point to the right place. You can do this by adding code to the template files of your new site. You can also use a plugin to do this.

First, you should have the proper permalink structure for the links. For example, to direct visitors to a certain page, you must place /%monthday/ in the permalink structure. However, this will not work in IE7.

The second step to solve this problem is to set up your WordPress permalinks similar to those on your Blogger site. By using the same permalink structure, you should have no problems with the URLs of your new WordPress posts. The permalink structure should be set up in the sidebar of the dashboard. Doing this will ensure that your new posts and pages will have permalink structures similar to those of your Blogger posts.

Plugins available to help with redirection

You can use a WordPress redirection plugin if you want to redirect your Blogger to a WordPress blog. It generates code for your redirection that includes the new site's URL. You can even use regex redirection to set the redirection on the server side.

One of the best features of a redirect plugin is its ability to handle many redirects. It also allows you to track visitor data, which is useful if you migrate your content or switch your WordPress installation directory. Another great feature is the ability to bulk import and export redirects.

Another important feature of a redirect plugin is that it can detect the Blogger URL and create a code snippet to redirect users to a WordPress site. To use this feature, log in to your Blogger site and go to the ‘Themes' page. Next, click the ‘Edit HTML' button. Once you have done this, you'll be presented with the custom HTML code for your WordPress theme.

Problems with redirects for mobile users

If you want your blog to be available on mobile devices, it is important to ensure mobile users are redirected to your WordPress website. To make this happen, you should first understand what information is automatically transferred and what must be manually set up on the new website.

A good way to make this work is to install a plugin that automatically creates a redirect from Blogger to WordPress. It will generate a snippet of code to insert into your WordPress website. If you're using Blogger, you can back up your old Blogger theme before inserting the code. After inserting the code, make sure to save the changes.

Next, you should check your website analytics to determine how many mobile users are using your website. This can help you see if you're losing any valuable business. A good indicator of this would be how long your mobile users spend on your site. If they're suddenly spending less time on your website, it could be because your redirects aren't working correctly.

Frequently Asked Questions

My blog is not my thing. Do you have someone I can hire to do this?

Yes. You could hire someone who can create unique blog content every single day.

You can hire someone to manage your social media accounts and promote your blog to help you grow your company.

Do I need to buy a domain?

Not necessarily. A lot of blogging platforms allow you to register subdomains. A subdomain can be a subdomain of a larger domain.

Myblog.wordpress.com, for instance, is a subdomain on wordpress.com.

A subdomain differs from a domain in that it has less authority than the domain.

Can Automated blogs infringe copyright rights?

Yes, automatic blogs may infringe copyright. This happens when someone else uses your material without permission.

We recommend asking permission before using other people's content.

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.

RSS feeds let users subscribe to websites so they can receive updates when the websites post new content. An example of this is “www.example.com.” If you are subscribed to the website, you will automatically get updates whenever the website publishes new articles.

It is forbidden to publish content on another website without permission. You are simply reusing content from an RSS feed. You are not infringing on anyone's copyright.

However, we recommend you credit the original author and include a link to the source.

Do I have to stop making money off my blog?

You never know what you might find. It all depends on how much you spend time on your blog. You might not get enough traffic to your blog and less income if you don't spend enough time there.

However, if you work at least one hour daily, you can continue generating revenue indefinitely.

How can I create an automated news site

Automated News websites allow anyone to submit stories, which are published automatically. These websites are often free to join, but some require you to pay a small fee to publish content. Automated news sites have become increasingly popular because they are easy to set up and maintain. These sites are a great way to start if you don’t have the budget to hire someone to maintain and create your site.

Statistics

  • Ben Mulholland from Process Street reached a 375% increase in content output after optimizing and automating his workflow. (zapier.com)
  • According to Listrak, the average documented… Marketing Tools: 25+ Free Online Apps For Your Marketing Agency Archita Sharma Digital marketing tools make our work easier. (automate.io)
  • Did you know that WordPress websites power more than 35% of the web? (blog.elink.io)
  • And what better platform to choose than WordPress which already covers more than 43.3% of all websites in the world. (mekshq.com)
  • 5 Essential Tips to Speed Up Your WordPress Site Reduce your loading time by even 50-80% just by following simple tips. (themeisle.com)
  • To activate this feature, just enter a probability under 100 percent for the source to be added to each post. (kasareviews.com)

External Links

themeisle.com

wprobot.net

blog.hubspot.com

wpmayor.com

How To

How to make money from auto blogging

Auto blogging is one of the most popular ways to make money online. It is an excellent way to start to make money from home. There are no technical skills required! All you require is an internet connection and a computer.

This article will help you set up your blog and make money immediately. This article will cover everything you need, from what software to use to pick a domain name, how to pick a theme, and writing quality posts.

Our instructions will help you build a profitable blog within hours. You will never go back to writing articles after you have done this.

Let's begin…

Step 1: Choose a Domain Name

A website address (also called URL) is an address that points to your site. While many people think choosing a domain address is straightforward, there are many important things you should consider when choosing a name.

Here are some important things to remember when choosing a domain.

  • Be sure to keep the domain name short and memorable. The shorter the domain name, the better.
  • Avoid using numbers in your domain name. For example, the domain name “www.123blog.com” is easier to remember than “www.1234blog.com”.
  • Hyphens (-) should not be used. It makes it more difficult to enter the domain name in a browser.
  • If you plan on selling products through your site, avoid using words like “sale,” “discount,” “special,” “free,” etc. These words could be confusing for visitors and are too generic.
  • Don't use common misspellings such as “dwightwilliamshunter” or “jimmydeanhicks”.
  • Be careful not to use words from another company that is already registered.
  • Don't use names that are trademarked or copyrighted.
  • Names that contain vulgar language are not to be used.
  • Use only letters, numbers (dashes, underscores, underscores), and periods.
  • Be creative. There are no boundaries to what you can do.

Step 2: Create a WordPress site. Add a Theme.

WordPress is a free CMS (content management system) that lets users create websites without hiring a web developer.

WordPress can be installed directly on your hosting server without any additional charges. A premium version of WordPress is available if your site needs to be customized.

After installing WordPress, the first thing you need to do is register a username/password.

Once you have registered, you'll see something similar to this screen:

Click here for information on registering a brand new user account.

Now, click the “Install Now” button.

After clicking “Install Now,” a page will open where you can choose which package is best for you.

Conclusion: I recommend the first option as it contains all the features necessary to begin building your website.

If you need additional functionality, however, the premium option is recommended.

 


Damon Nelson
Damon Nelson

Damon Nelson is a seasoned Entrepreneur, Published Author, Business Consultant, Webinar Speaker, and Online Marketer. Over the last 35+ years, he has built multiple retail businesses. As well as being responsible for helping many others start and grow both their businesses and online presence. Mr. Nelson has been in the internet marketing world for the last 20+ years, specifically in the automated marketing genres that include his successful product launches of VidPenguin, RSSMasher Technology, and Masher Sites. Want to learn more? Check out Damon Nelson's latest books and training videos.