Migration from Blogger(BlogSpot) to Selfhosted WordPress

If you are still on Blogspot(blogger) then better switch to self hosted WordPress as soon as possible. We have heard a lot of nightmare stories about blogspot. Some people had thriving business blog on blogspot and it got closed by Google with out notice. Some times we violet the Terms Of Service unknowingly and it costs big time.

If you are serious about your blog/business, then its the right time to invest on a good server and transfer your existing blogspot blog to your own server and get 100% control over your content.

With WordPress comes a wide variety of free and premium themes, plugins. You get the freedom to choose and experiment on your blog.

The fact is, most people get serious with blogging and their business when they invest some money and purchase hosting service rather than stay on a free service like WordPress.com or BlogSpot.com

If, unknowing or knowingly you started blogging on BlogSpot.com and now want to switch to selfhosted WordPress, then you have come to the right place.

We have been providing this service from many years now. So we have the expertise to handle the migration process smoothly.

Recommended:
Hosting: HostGator: “Baby Plan“. Use discount coupon “TechnotipDOTorg” (without quotes) and you will get first month hosting for FREE. You will also get $100 worth Free Google Adword Advertising along with hosting account.

OR

Use “alistblogger” (without quotes) and you will get 25% off of your hosting bill. You will also get $100 worth Free Google Adword Advertising along with hosting account.

Best Themes
1. Headway Theme
2. Thesis Theme
3. Genesis Theme

Domain Registration: GoDaddy

We will take care of all the nitty gritty things which you will miss from inexperienced service providers. You can have a look at what our clients have to say about our service: Client Testimonials

Cost of the service: Free

We know many people who provide this service for as low as $10 to $50. But migration of blog isn’t just about dumping the blog from one platform to another. There are many things in the background to handle. Some of the things are: Search Engine Optimization, Proper redirection of links, Server configuration, configuring your feedburner so that your subscribers won’t miss any updates after the migration etc to name some. So you wouldn’t take chance with your business.

You wouldn’t risk your business with a unprofessional service, which may cost you a lot later.

Get in touch and let me know if you have any doubts: Contact Page

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