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Export Your GoDaddy Quick Blogcast Account to WordPress.com

Do you have an account with GoDaddy Quick Blogcast? Keep your content intact by importing it to WordPress.com.

Daryl L. L. Houston
Daryl L. L. Houston
May 30, 2014

Import your My Opera blog into WordPress.com

Unfortunately, My Opera blogs are shutting down. Fear not — you’ll be able to export your content into a new or existing WordPress.com site. First, you’ll download an export file from My Opera, and then, you’ll import that file into your WordPress.com blog. Here’s how to do it, step by step. Download your My Opera […]

Krista Stevens
Krista Stevens
October 31, 2013

Need a new online home? It’s easy to import into WordPress.com.

We think it’s important that you own the content you create online, which is why we make it simple to import or export all your data — you wrote it it, it’s yours, and you can take it where you’d like. If you want to become a part of the WordPress.com community but have been […]

Michelle Weber
Michelle Weber
February 19, 2013

WordPress.com: Our Labor of Love — 2012 in Review

For us, WordPress.com is our labor of love — we’re continually releasing new themes, upgrades, and features to help you create the best website and/or blog you can. In addition to great tools, we publish articles, prompts, and writing and photo challenges to inspire you to start posting and keep posting. While we’re never, ever […]

Krista Stevens
Krista Stevens
January 2, 2013

Posterous Joins Twitter

It’s been just over two years since we first launched our Posterous importer and I never could have predicted how the blogging space would evolve so quickly in that time. As you may have seen in the news today, the Posterous team is joining Twitter, which we know will be exciting for our friends at […]

Brian
Brian
March 13, 2012

Import from Tumblr in 3 Easy Steps

We’ve recently noticed that a fair number of you have been bringing your tumblelogs over from Tumblr to WordPress.com using one of the variety of Tumblr to WXR conversion tools which exist on the web. We thought you would appreciate an easier way to import your content, so we bring you 3 easy steps to […]

Peter Westwood
Peter Westwood
February 2, 2012

Splinder Importer Now Available

Italian blogging service Splinder.com is closing down at the end of this month, and we’d like to extend a hearty “Benvenuto” to any Splinder users who’re looking for a new blogging home. To help make migration easier, we’ve added a Splinder importer to WordPress.com. If you’d like to make the move, please go ahead and […]

Daryl L. L. Houston
Daryl L. L. Houston
January 9, 2012

Windows Live Spaces Doubles WordPress.com Signups

Two months ago, we announced together with our friends at Windows Live that bloggers on the Windows Live Spaces service were being offered the opportunity to move their existing blogs over here to WordPress.com to join the best blogging community on the planet. Since then, we’ve seen an explosion in the number of sites joining […]

Ryan Markel
Ryan Markel
November 29, 2010

Welcome Windows Live Spaces Bloggers

We’re excited to announce that WordPress.com is now the default blogging platform for Windows Live Spaces users. We’ve worked with our partners at Microsoft to create a simple migration service for Spaces bloggers to easily bring all their posts, comments, and photos to WordPress.com. Over a six month period, beginning today, Windows Live Spaces users […]

Paul Kim
Paul Kim
September 27, 2010

Posterous Importer

Posterous is a blogging system that launched with an interesting twist — everything happens via email from signup to posting. Since the launch of our post by email features in addition to things like email comment replies and blog subscriptions we’ve been receiving more inquiries from people wanting to graduate from Posterous to a full blog […]

Brian
Brian
February 9, 2010