XML SiteMaps for Google, Bing, Ask and Google News

Are you using a WordPress plugin to manage your XML SiteMaps?  Most people do. There are a lot of popular XML SiteMap Generator plugins, even with that very name, so how do you choose which one to use? I recently switched from Google XML Sitemaps to the Better WordPress Google XML Sitemaps (link to WordPress Plugin Directory). Here is […]

Interesting Links Here

There are few interesting links heading into BlogWranglers. One of my favorites is http://wordpress.org/support/topic/moving-from-hubspot-to-wordpress because it is on WordPress.org. I was surprised to find it when reviewing referring sites in the JetPack Stats. Twitter is also a big source of inbound links, along with Google, Facebook, StumbleUpon, my other sites and many more. What inbound links do you have […]

How to Count Pages or Posts Moving from Blogger to WordPress

Whether you are moving from HubSpot, Blogger, TypePad, Drupal, HTML, Moveable Type or a custom CMS into WordPress its handy to know how much work is involved (how many pages or posts), even before you have usernames and passwords. This is the second in a series of posts where you can learn how to use […]

How To Count Pages or Posts Moving from HubSpot to WordPress

Whether you are moving from HubSpot, Blogger, TypePad, Drupal, HTML, Moveable Type or a custom CMS into WordPress we often have to analyze how much work is involved before we are given usernames and passwords for a potential move. This is the first in a series of posts that will look at HubSpot, Blogger and […]

Move Your Blog or Website – Three Design Considerations

It’s time to move your website or blog from HubSpot, Drupal, TypePad, Blogger or Tumblr to WordPress. Three Ways to Move 1) Just export the data – posts, comments, pages, categories, tags, images, videos, meta data etc. Some projects need just the data moved  from one platform to another. For example, the client may have already started creating […]