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[Resolved] Transfer wordpress.com to my site.com

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  • You’d need to export XML file and download to your hard drive via Tools > Export

    Then you’d need to get a hosting provider, set up WordPress, then import the XML file to your new WP installation

    When everything’s working well with your new self-hosting WP install, delete content in your old WordPress.com blog to avoid duplication of content

    I want to transfer this on daily basis like at 12midnight

    My client want to write blog on wordpress.com but he want to display all day at his site too.

    WPyogi

    @wpyogi

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    Why?

    Are you aware that Google penalizes sites for using duplicate content?

    yes but client wants that

    WPyogi

    @wpyogi

    Forum Moderator

    Okay, just so he/she knows – though I don’t know of any automatic way to post in both places – so you’d need to use some kind of feed probably. Also, FWIW, I’ve heard that WordPress.COM may not look kindly upon this kind of scenario – so your client may want to check into that end of it…

    I second WPyogi here. Duplicate content in stand-alone WP install will take away SEO juice from the original blog in WordPress.com.

    Having said that, you could export XML from the WP.com blog and import in your self-hosted WP install. Then you can install http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/feedwordpress/ in the self-hosted WP install and configure as needed.

    Thanks

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