New poster here and not the most technically minded when it comes o this sort of thing, so please bear with me.
I have a website for my photography business and a seperate wordpress blog. My site I have hosting for, but my blog is hosted by wordpress, at the time I was unfamiliar with blogging and wasn’t sure if it was for me so opted for the quick and easy option.
I am now at a point where I am planning some minor changes to my website, but one of the bigger things I want to do is incorporate the blog within my site rather than having them seperate.
For refference, my website is
My blog is currently at
From what I have read so far, I can install wordpress in a subdomain, so I can have for example photographerinessex.com/blog.
I also understand that it is possible to migrate all my existing content from the current wordpress.com blog to the new one. All looking great so far.
My only real question at the moment is what happens to all the existing links to my current content? Any links I have made myself I can easily change to the new locations. But what about all the links out there that other people have made? Is there any way that they can be redirected to the new blog so that the old one can be shut down?
My ideal situation would be to maintain the traffic currently reaching my existing blog to continue on to my website. Is that something that’s possible or do I have my head up in the clouds?
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