CMS platform is a kind of vehicle for your website. As a starter, you might have selected the one that looked good back then, but now as you get a deeper understanding of the whole thing, you realize it is not quite what you need. This is the first sign of a looming migration. WordPress is a perfect candidate for a new CMS, but you may find yourself asking the key question now…
How to migrate existing website data to the new CMS and keep all the content?
You’re definitely not the only one willing to make the move and folks have already invented lots of ways to ease this task. If we look at the evolution of migration ways from the beginning of times perspective, here’s what we’ll get:
- Stone Age : Copy-paste, both time consuming and tedious process.
- Middle Ages : Custom scripting, requires programming skills to be carried out successfully.
- XIX century: Import-export plugins, aren’t always available for certain platforms or work out not as expected.
- Modern times: Automated online migration.
So, there’s a wide selection of means to become a WordPresser. Among them, automated migration definitely looks great specifically for a blogger. It makes switching to a new platform quite attainable and frees you from spending either days fumbling with code or great sums paying to a freelancer who does this job for you. Plus, you can focus on blogging itself instead of plunging headlong into technical stuff.