Many bloggers start their blogging careers with the idea that they should just choose a platform and then migrate to another platform later if needed. Often this involves moving from free hosting to a self-hosted site. Once they get established with the process of blogging, they decide they want more control over their websites. This is a totally reasonable approach. I mean, not everyone sets out to be a consistent blogger when they first start out.
Now, one of the most popular starting platforms is Blogger because it’s very easy to use. But it definitely falls short in terms of customization features. In order to migrate Blogger to WordPress successfully you need to keep your search engine rankings, traffic, and subscribers. In other words, the migration needs to be harmless.
Here’s a handy list of what needs to be migrated:
Posts Pages Categories Comments Media Permalinks Feed Authors Traffic…