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Sometimes, WordPress website owners want to simplify their niches or switch to a completely different one. Instead of deleting the old WordPress posts, you can preserve your work by exporting them to the new website.
Moving to a new domain is another reason to export your site content. Your old site might have search engine optimization (SEO) issues, so moving your WordPress posts to a new website will give them a fresh start.
Creating WordPress posts takes a lot of time and effort. Once you have published a significant number of posts, you might want to store them locally on your computer. Keep in mind that a blog export process is not the same as backing up a WordPress website.
This tool can download posts, pages, or media files from your WordPress site. Choosing to export all content will include comments, navigation menus, terms, custom fields, and custom posts next to posts and pages in the export file.
On December 18, 2022, footballer Lionel Messi posted a carousel with photos of him lifting the FIFA World Cup Trophy and celebrating with his teammates after winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Argentina, which reached 10 million likes within the first 39 minutes of its sharing. The following day, the post became the most-liked Instagram post in the first 24 hours of its sharing, with 50 million likes, and it also became the most-liked ever for a sportsperson, breaking the record of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose photo from November 19, 2022, of him and Messi playing chess reached over 42 million likes. On December 20, 2022, the post reached over 56 million likes, surpassing the previous record held by @world_record_egg. Messi also has a record seven (shared with Cristiano Ronaldo) out of the top 20 most-liked posts, with posts mainly released around the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
If you have the need to delete all your posts from your WordPress site, then there are basically three ways you could go about it. You could manually delete your posts. You could use a plugin. Or you could go into your database and delete your posts from there.
3. In the Screen Options panel, you can change the number of posts you can view on one page. Change that number from the default 20 to something higher. (Note: if you have LOTS of posts and you change this number to something VERY high, your browser might lock up on you. You can test it to see how high you can go without problems.)
When exporting WordPress posts, you will see the following sections: Standard, Media, Taxonomies, Custom Fields, and Other.
All Images and attachments associated with the exported WordPress posts will appear here. You will see two sections inside the Media section: Images and Attachments. Both sections contain the same types of fields:
To filter your WordPress posts, expand Add Filtering Options in the panel at the bottom of Step 1, then choose an Element, select a Rule, and input a Value:
You can use Zapier to connect with external apps. Zapier acts as a middle man between WP All Export and hundreds of other popular apps. For example, you can send the exported posts via email (i.e., using Gmail) or to Google Drive.
Use the steps from this guide to export all WordPress posts from your WordPress site using the exact columns that you want in your list. If you only need a subset of posts, you can apply a filter as explained in the section Add Filters to Export WordPress Posts Selectively.
You can use our automatic scheduling service to run your WordPress posts export automatically on a predefined schedule. This can be scheduled directly from our interface. Alternatively, you can manually set up cron jobs on your server.
Yes. There are no major differences between exporting WordPress pages versus exporting posts. Just select Pages instead of Posts as the export type and WP All Export will adjust accordingly.
While the previous method lets you set noindex to all posts from a specific category in one go, using Bulk Actions with Rank Math can give you more flexibility. It lets you check the posts that will be affected by the changes, and you can even exclude some posts from being set with noindex.
Now you can select the posts to be set with noindex. The checkbox available at the top left corner will let you select/unselect all the posts inside your visible area. While the checkbox before each post will let you select/unselect the specific post. You can use this option to exclude specific posts while trying to set posts in a category with noindex.
Note: Unlike the previous case of using a filter, you can override the robots meta settings of the individual posts. And any new post created after using the Bulk Actions will follow the robots meta settings from Titles & Meta settings inside Rank Math.
For organizations that wish to better co-curate and control the types of conversations that take place in All Company, Yammer has introduced admin settings to restrict posting in All Company. Once this setting is enabled, only admins will have the ability to post in All Company while any employee in All Company can respond to a conversation starter or react. Restricting posts applies only to All Company.
Live events are only available in connected All Company communities. Should you choose to restrict posts in a connected All Company community and run a Live Event, please note that all the questions and comments from the Live Event will show up in the community feed as well.
Restricting posts in All Company is supported with the Conversations V2 web part. To see a breakdown of how restricting posts in All Company works with each SharePoint web part or embed feature, please see the table below.
Blog posts allow you and your business to publish insights, thoughts, and stories on your website about any topic. They can help you boost brand awareness, credibility, conversions, and revenue. Most importantly, they can help you drive traffic to your website.
A promotion strategy is your master plan for how you create, post, and engage with your social media content. It helps you take advantage of social and digital technologies to share your business, or in this case, your content. Having a solid promotional strategy offers your audience from different marketing channels more ways to find your blog posts.
List-based posts are sometimes called "listicles," a mix of the words "list" and "article." These are articles that deliver information in the form of a list. A listicle uses sub-headers to break down the blog post into individual pieces, helping readers skim and digest your content more easily.
HubSpot Slides is a presentation tool that helps publishers package a lot of information into easily shareable slides. Think of it like a PowerPoint, but for the web. With this in mind, SlideShare blog posts help you promote your SlideShare so that it can generate a steady stream of visitors.
This is also your opportunity to show personality in your writing. Blog posts don't have to be strictly informational, they can be filled with interesting anecdotes and even humor if it serves a purpose in expressing your ideas. It also factors into creating and maintaining your blog's brand voice.
Export All Posts from WordPress with ImagesExporting your WordPress posts is a simple process that can be done in just a few minutes. There are advanced ways to export your WordPress posts. If you want to export your posts without any hassle with more control, then we recommend using Advanced filters to export as a CSV or XML file.
These steps can only back up the WP core DB export that includes all your posts, pages, and comments. The core files, folders, wp-content, and media such as images, are not backed up. Both have to be managed separately, you can use a Backup plugin for the whole WordPress site backup.
After clicking on the Feed tab, users will be able to toggle over to a chronological presentation of their Facebook favorites, Facebook groups they have joined or feeds consisting exclusively of posts from all their Facebook friends in the order they were shared.
In the study mentioned earlier, researchers took a group of 182 students between the ages of 13 and 18 and had them imagine a situation where one of their Instagram posts got a lot of likes and one got very few likes. The participants who imagined getting few likes had far greater negative sentiments than positive, especially in those more susceptible to feedback.