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Blogger Migration pt1 | September 24, 2005

The Sidebar Links.

I think I migrated pretty much all the links in my Blogspot sidebar.

Now I’m going to work on manually migrating my posts over. Yes, manually. Regardless of an automatic migration tools, there are some kinks in my original posts that could conveniently be worked out in transit.

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2 Comments »

  1. I’m thinking of doing the same. It looks like it would be a difficult process. Hmm…

    Comment by Ben Dummett — October 3, 2005 @ 9:38 am

  2. The process of manually migrating isn’t actually that difficult. Just painfully slow. With University, I’m not having the time to get all my posts transferred over quickly. Migration tools taking advantage of the Blogger API do exist for migration from Blogger to WordPress, they just aren’t available on WordPress.com .
    If you have comments you want to transfer and don’t want to wait for an automatic migration tool, I’d suggest taking advantage of the multiple page posts, putting the actual post on the front page, and the comments on the others.
    It is worth it to migrate all your content over, as you can eventually dump your Blogger/LiveJournal/etc account totally (I’m thinking of doing it a couple of months after completeing migration).

    Comment by SignpostMarv — October 3, 2005 @ 9:45 am


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