Tuesday, 28 June 2016

How to Move from Blogger to WordPress without Loosing ur Traffic

Siva Kumar     14:42     No comments

Now Because of the Problems of the Blogger .You Need to Just Move from Blogger to WordPress without Loosing ur Traffic. The Thing that Gets into mind was is it really Possible, Beacause Blogger is a platform Which Consists in a .xml format, When it comes to Wordpress is a completely different format .php and Without Losing Any traffic Can it Possible to Move from Blogger to Wordpress . Offcourse it is Possible to Move from Blogger to WordPress without Loosing ur Traffic


Steps  to Move from Blogger to WordPress without Loosing ur Traffic

#1) →Download the your blogger .xml which you want to be re-directed
For that Go to→Setting→Others→Export

After Tapping on Export Blog You will notify like below image
→→→ After Downloading the Blog

#Step 2) go to your WordPress Admin Panel.


 Navigate to Tools → Import→ Select ‘Blogger‘.

WordPress Blogger importer now download and install the plugin for you. When it is finished installing, you would need to click Activate Plugin link to continue importing and Run



On the Import screen of Blogger, WordPress will ask you to Choose xml file to upload. This is the file that you downloaded in Step 1.

Just click the button to select the file and upload the XML file you downloaded earlier. Next, click on the Upload file and import button to continue.



 Now, if you do not choose one of our recommended hosts, or your site is really great, you can get the error that your file size is too large. In this case, you would need to increase your maximum file upload limit. If your file is smaller, then you will not see any mistakes.

WordPress now import your Blogger- posts one by one. When it is finished, you will be asked to assign to the author of the imported posts. You can assign your existing Blogger posts by author (you) or by creating a new account.

Congratulations: You have successfully imported your Blogger content in WordPress. However, you still need to make sure you do not lose any of the search engine rankings and visitors to your blog easily landed on the same old content to your new WordPress website.

#3) Adjusting the Permalinks

Permalinks is the term is used in the URL structure of individual pages. WordPress comes with a feature that allows you to create SEO friendly URL structure. However, since you are importing content from Blogger, you would want your URL structure should be as close to your Blogger URL structure as well as possible.


To set the permalinks, you have to go to Settings »permalinks screen, and select the month and name as your post structure.

#4)  Redirection

The most important step in moving any website to create proper redirection so that users can be redirected to your new site.

The redirection is an important part that you want users to land  on to the same page on the new site, which they try to access the old site. Second, it also informs the search engines that your old site moved to a new location.

To successfully move from Blogger to WordPress, you need to create two levels of redirection.
First, you need to redirect visitors Blogger- in your new WordPress blog. Second, once users reach your WordPress website, you should read them as they try to redirect to the correct position.

Let's first set a redirection to a blogger blog.

You must sign in to your Blogger account and go to your →settings and on the →blog template.

Tap on →Revert to Classic Template link.
After switching to the classic template, you can see the 'Edit Template html' Text area: You have to replace everything in the text area with the following code: Make sure that you replace your own domain name http://www.example.com.

01<html>
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 <head>
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  <title><$BlogPageTitle$></title>
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   <script>
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    <MainOrArchivePage>
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    window.location.href="http://example.com/"
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    </MainOrArchivePage>
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    <Blogger>
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     <ItemPage>
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     window.location.href="http://example.com/?blogger=<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$>"
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     </ItemPage>
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    </Blogger>
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   </script>
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   <MainPage>
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   <link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/" />
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   </MainPage>
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   <Blogger>
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    <ItemPage>
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    <link rel="canonical" href="http://example.com/?blogger=<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$>" />
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    </ItemPage>
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   </Blogger>
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 </head>
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 <body>
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  <MainOrArchivePage>
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   <h1><a href="http://example.com/"><$BlogTitle$></a></h1>
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  </MainOrArchivePage>
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  <Blogger>
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   <ItemPage>
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    <h1><a href="http://example.com/?blogger=<$BlogItemPermalinkURL$>"><$BlogItemTitle$></a></h1>
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    <$BlogItemBody$>
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   </ItemPage>
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  </Blogger>
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 </body>
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</html>


Save your template and you successfully redirection to your Blogger blog.

However, you still need to setup redirection on your WordPress site, so users can be redirected to the relevant records.

You need to copy and paste the following code in your WordPress Theme - in functions.php file or site-specific plugin.

If this is your first time adding the code to your WordPress site, then you can check out our Beginner's Guide to pasting excerpts from the web into WordPress.

01function blogger_query_vars_filter( $vars ) {
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  $vars[] = "blogger";
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  return $vars;
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}
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add_filter('query_vars', 'blogger_query_vars_filter');
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function blogger_template_redirect() {
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  global $wp_query;
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  $blogger = $wp_query->query_vars['blogger'];
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  if ( isset ( $blogger ) ) {
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    wp_redirect( get_wordpress_url ( $blogger ) , 301 );
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    exit;
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  }
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}
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add_action( 'template_redirect', 'blogger_template_redirect' );
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function get_wordpress_url($blogger) {
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  if ( preg_match('@^(?:https?://)?([^/]+)(.*)@i', $blogger, $url_parts) ) {
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    $query = new WP_Query (
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      array ( "meta_key" => "blogger_permalink", "meta_value" => $url_parts[2] ) );
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    if ($query->have_posts()) {
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      $query->the_post();
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      $url = get_permalink();
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    }
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    wp_reset_postdata();
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  }
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  return $url ? $url : home_url();
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}

The code above creates a blogger WordPress 301 redirect is what you need to ensure the best SEO.
Once you've pasted the code, all you have to do is create a redirection.

Now anyone visiting your old Blogger blog entry will be redirected to the new post of your WordPress site:

we hope this article helped you learn How to Move from Blogger to WordPress without Loosing ur Traffic. You may also want to see our guide on How To Backup a WordPress Database Manually Without Plugin

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