My problem requires a little introduction.
I started my wordpress website a long time ago and let's assume it had a 'domain.com' address. I had (still have) a few pages (about, contact, gallery etc.) and a blog. The blog turned out to become quite popular and informative. Currently 90% of my blog articles are on google's top 10. I am using friendly links so a typical blog link is 'domain.com/blog-entry-title'. Neat, isn't it?
I am entirely changing my interests so I need to reorganize my website. It will have new pages and no blog. BUT I do not want to discard all those years of writing and nice articles so I need to keep the blog entries and make them browsable, but not visible from the 'new' site.
In other words if someone enters my website from a blog entry (domain.com/blog-post) there has to be a way to browse other blog entries.
But if someone types the main URL (domain.com) there have to be the basic pages like home, about, photos, contact, but no BLOG page.
Migrating the wordpress install to a subdirectory seems a bad idea because the URL will change and my articles will disappear from google.
Creating my new website in a subdirectory (like: domain.com/newsite) will look amateur and many people will be tempted to type only the domain name only to discover the old site...
So I am kind of lost... Please help me...