Blogger to Wordpress Move Guide (Part 1 of 2)

The Blogger to Wordpress (self hosted) move is a bloody scary leap. When I began considering moving my blog, I did what we all do, I Googled it. I also checked the Blog Frog Communities. Nothing worked for me though. Nothing quite fit.

As promised months ago, I'm going to write my own guide. As a matter of fact, this is it. Or at least part one. Part two should be available a week from today. Today's post covers buying your domain name and installing it, adjustments to your rss feed & feedburner, updating 5 common widgets I see on blogs I visit and questions to ask when
purchasing your new domain and hosting package.

A week from today I'll have Part 2 ready. Part 1 actually took me almost a week to write. The next post will include topics on importing your Blogger posts and comment into WP, where to get themes, suggested plugins, pointing your domain URL to your new site, and anything else I think of along the way.

I'm willing to help as much as I can, so if you have Qs or need help, feel free to email me or use the contact page or send me a message on twitter and facebook. I'll help however I can as time allows.

It's a pretty long post and you can find it here: Blogger to Wordpress Move Guide (Part 1 of 2)

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