By Avelyn Austin
Nov 17, 2009
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First and foremost, I’d like to thank @ReneeRevetta for doing all the research for this post. Thank you Renée.
Recently, @janetdmiller was scouring Google Images and came upon an abandoned blog belonging to one of our clients. I know what you’re asking yourself: How did Search Mojo not know about a client’s blog? For starters, our client didn’t even know about the blog; not to mention, the blog was located on the WordPress domain (for example: search-mojo.wordpress.com). This post is dedicated to individuals who also have their blog on the WordPress domain. For reasons why your blog should be located on the company domain or a company subdomain (for example: blog.search-mojo.com) refer to my preview post “5 Quick Tips to Make Sure Your Blog Is Helping Your Company Site“. Now here’s how to do it.
3 Steps To Move Your Blog From the WordPress Domain, To The Company Domain.
‘Domain Mapping’ Pricing
What? You thought WordPress offered this service for free??? Silly you. The ability to use a custom domain for your blog is referred to as a ‘Domain Mapping’ at WordPress and it is an upgrade. According to en.support.wordpress.com/domain-mapping/
If you’re still unable to get your WordPress blog on the company domain contact WordPress Support at en.support.wordpress.com/contact/.
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