How To Import Wordpress Blog Posts To Wix | Wix Training Academy



What's going on Wix Nation? MPS here from Wix Training Academy and in today's video, I'm going to show you how to efficiently import your WordPress blog posts over to Wix without all the hassle.


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How To Import Wordpress Blog Posts To Wix


So once you've got your blog added and you actually add your Wix Blog, you have to go into your blog manager and go to manage posts. Once you're in here, you'll see this dashboard. Now I'm going to blow your mind with this. You're going to go up to these three dots right here, click on it. And you're going to see import WordPress posts. You would click that you'll click get started, and then you'll import the link from your WordPress blog. And then Wix is going to go ahead and work you through the rest of the magic. It'll have you sign into your accounts, say what categories assign that great information. And it's going to walk you through step by step importing your WordPress blog posts over to Wix.


Now I don't have a blog over on WordPress, which is why I'm not walking through the process of actually going from WordPress to Wix, because I'm a Wix guy myself, but hey, if you came from WordPress and you're at Wix now, welcome because you're here now and Wix made it ultra simple for you to go ahead and import those posts. So that way you don't have to go ahead and copy and paste and worry about duplicate content on Google and this and that. And you don't have to worry about that anymore. You can simply do it and quickly do it.



Conclusion


If this video helped you guys out, I know I didn't walk through the process. I apologize, but I at least wanted to show you where you go, because this is a very, very straightforward process that Wix walks you through some basic fill in this, this, and this put your link to your blog there. It's very easy to do once you're there, but I wanted to show you where to go to get that.


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So I'll see you over there guys. Other than that, thanks for watching today's video and go ahead and import your WordPress blog posts over to Wix, which is better. Oh, just a personal opinion. Thank you guys catch on our next one.

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