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    Blogger to WordPress Importer Plugin Updated to Import Images

    January 7, 2013
    BlogSpot WordPress Migration

    Few days back I shared a WordPress plugin call Cache remote images plugin, which imports images from BlogSpot to WordPress and also any other hotlinked images. I shared this plugin, because official Blogger importer plugin doesn’t support importing images and all your images used to store in Picasa only. One reason, why I always advocate WordPress over BlogSpot is because you are the real owner of all your content and images. Imagine a scenario when ...

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    How to Import BlogSpot Images to WordPress

    November 13, 2012
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    Migrating your BlogSpot blog to WordPress is easy and one can easily achieve a 301 Perma redirection by setting up Custom domain on BlogSpot and later Installing WordPress, Importing BlogSpot posts to WordPress, fixing permalinks and doing rest of the thing. I know, I’m making it sound easy, but to make sure you need to do many more things that includes taking care of all your Social media profile, Feedburner migration, SEO changes and many more.  But ...

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    BlogSpot Import Problem : This site has not been Registered

    January 18, 2012
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    Finally I again started my BlogSpot to WordPress migration service and the other day when I was importing a client site to WordPress, I got this error while importing blog from  saying: The page you have requested cannot be displayed. Another site was requesting access to your Google Account, but sent a malformed request. Please contact the site that you were trying to use when you received this message to inform them of the error. ...

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    Top 3 Reasons to Choose BlogSpot Over WordPress

    August 1, 2011

    Search Google(or any search engine) for “Blogger vs WordPress”. 9/10 people would say that WordPress is better than Blogger. And I don’t deny the fact, but it’s wrong to say BlogSpot is bad. BlogSpot may not offer as many features as WordPress, but for a novice blogger, BlogSpot have it’s own advantage. When people face criticism for blogging at Blogger, they don’t really know what to say in their favor and hence make the change ...

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    Moving From Blogspot to WordPress Experience

    February 16, 2010

    I never thought that one day, I will use wordpress. As I always find it very technically challenge over blogspot. I was on blogspot platform for long but getting my own self hosted wordpress blog was not in my diary. However after writing my first article on shoutmeloud experience of an accountant, things have been changed dramatically. Few days back I got to know about Shoutmeloud through google while I was searching some tips to enhance website ...

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    How to Migrate from BlogSpot to WordPress with 301 Redirection

    April 22, 2009

    When I started my Blogging career, I started with BlogSpot and it’s always a wise idea to start with 0 investment when you are complete newbie. After, getting used to basics of Blogging, my next destination was to migrate to WordPress and after migration, I thought of sharing this migrate from BlogSpot to WordPress guide. We have already covered following topics in the series migrating from BlogSpot to WordPress 8 reasons why self hosted blog is ...

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    How to Import Blogger to WordPress : Quick and Easy Way

    April 21, 2009

    I started my Blogging journey from BlogSpot and after a while I import my Blog to WordPress. It was quite a fun and learning experience. Though, if you not worried about Search engine and permalink break, here is a simple guide which will let you know how to  import Blogger to WordPress. This simple guide will help you with the import of all Posts, comments and users from your Blogger blog to WordPress. We will ...

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