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My psycho ex-boyfriend part 2 - short stories 2020

"Hey, Darcy? have you heard of anything that happened to him?" - Sarah
"Who? That psycho man? I don't think so. I hope he gets caught by the police." - Darcy
"Yeah, me too, it's been a year and hasn't heard any news about him? Hope you'll be fine." - Sarah
"Don't worry, I'm safe here (laughing). Can't wait to see you again." - Sarah
"Yeah, me too. See you next week Sarah. Bye." - Darcy

I hung up the phone. It's been a year I haven't heard any news from Julian. Sarah's question had made my anxiety arise. I was sitting in a cafe while listening to music. I spoke to her, Sarah, about our coming back to College. But, I had a trauma event regarding what happened a year ago. It was a crazy freshmen year. Please, no drama this year, no more scene, please.
Two days before I go back to college, I packed up my clothes, and my things. My mother helps me with it. We talked a lot, and she knew what happened to my p…

Tutorial on how to transfer your blog from Blogspot to Wordpress 2020?

For the past week, I was trying to change my blog from Blogspot to Wordpress. I've searched on Youtube and google it, well, there's a lot of ways. It's not much to work on, you need to spend a little time on it and maybe some money to invest in your blog if you are serious with Blogging. 

So, if you are looking at how to transfer your blog from Blogspot to Wordpress, this is the blog you are looking in.

At first, I would recommend a Blogspot for a beginner. And Yes, it is a recommendable platform if you just started your blog. It's easy. However, there's a lot of blogging platforms, as far as I know, but the two will always come as my first choice, Blogspot and Wordpress.

How to transfer your blog from Blogspot to Wordpress?

Honestly, it took me an hour for trying to understand how this process would go. Fortunately, I was able to transfer my blog to another blogging platform. So, bare with it, you need a couple of hours or maybe less than that (I'm a beginner, that's why it took me a long way to digest the information I read, LOL).

So, here is the step:

1)    Webhosting and domain.

In the first step, you need to find a Webhosting and a domain. Here is the list,
  • Bluehost
  • Dreamhost
  • SiteGround
  • GoDaddy 
  • Exabytes (Malaysian)
  • NetKL (Malaysian)
I choose NetKL Webhosting because it was cheaper and easy to follow the setting. If you are interesting, click HERE to see their offering.

2)    Install Wordpress and set up your blog.

So, you already had your domain and a Webhosting. You can install the Wordpress via the cPanel of each Webhosting you choose. So, in other words, after finish setting up your blog, you can import your blog from Blogspot.

3)    Export your blog from Blogger.

  • Log in to your Blogspot.
  • Go to dashboard > setting > Other
  • On top of the page, find "Import & back up" then click on "Back up Content" button
  • A pop-up will appear, click "Save on your computer" button
  • An XML file will be downloaded.

4)    Import the data to Wordpress.

  • Log in to your Wordpress.
  • Go to dashboard > Tools > Import
  • Find "Blogger" in the list and click "Install", the Wordpress will install the plugin for a minute.
  • Then, click Run importer > Choose File, choose the file you'd download in Blogspot (in the XML file).
  • Then, click on "Upload file and import".
That's it, all are set. 

However, the entire site of your Wordpress would not be like your previous blog in Blogspot. You have to edit and install back a new theme, widgets, and plugins. Only these data were transfer to your Wordpress.
  • Posts and Pages
  • Comments
  • Categories
  • Media
  • Permalinks
  • Authors
  • Traffic
Thanks for reading, hope this will help you and Happy Blogging!

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