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  • I have recently bought a website running a wordpress blog. The deal includes both the domain name and its content. We’ve started by transferring the domain name and everything went great. Suddenly, the person who i bought the website from asked for more money if I want the content, which was included in the deal. Of course the content is worthless for everyone but me since both I and the seller know how much the content is important for PR and SERP..

    My questions are:
    1 Is there a way to retrieve the content and move it to another wordpress blog in my server knowing that I only have access as an author in the current WordPress blog.
    2 If not, I have already downloaded a copy of the whole website using httrack, how can I have this put in a sub directory in my new site and redirect all search engine visits to the subdirectory while having different content in my main site.. all without losing PR and SERP?

    example: moving the content that was in http://www.mydomain.tld before buying the website to http://www.mydomain.tld/oldsite now.

    I have done few searches and found some info about .httaccess, but I don’t want to redirect all my visitors. I’d like only search engines and all previous blogs linking to my content to be redirected to the subdirectory.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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