There are very few guide on web about migrate blog from MovableType 5.27 to WordPress 3.7. Here is my own experience to do it. Step 1: Prepare the data on MovableType 5.27 Using MovableType export function is not enough, because the exported file has entries, tags and comments, but no keywords. When WordPress import plugin
From SixApart official site, MovableType.com or MovableType.org, there has no link for personal license, which is free for blogger. Now It is time say Goodbye MovableType as a personal blogger. As a senior user of MovableType, I am very sad about the decision 6A made. They do not support free version any more. No OpenSource
There a more than one thousand post on my Blog. I am continuing review these posts and do whatever modification needed. During Day 8 and Day 9, I reviewed about 500 posts. Added content, fixed typos, change the sequence of paragraph, etc. It is a boring job. It took most of my time. When I
I would like to share my experience of web site marketing. Here, my blog will be a new start. I make it as a sample to show you how I promote my site on Internet. Current status of Yinfor Site is as below: Daily visits: less than 170. Domain: PR:0 Alexa:470,489 Compete:2,328,381 Page Index: Google:13,700
I am using MovableType for a long time. Oh, almost 10 years. From 2.64 to v3, v4 and now v5 here. But v4 is the last blog only platform. v5 is good for site, including blog. It looks like coming v6 will have a big change. I have a site, which just need a blog
BlogDash is a platform for bloggers. Bloggers can create content, connect with others and audience, engage with the blog. From here, you can see the basic facts of the social stats of the blog in web environment.
During past few days, I did some modification on my blog here to accomodate the social media changes. First, I removed Digg button code from templates. Not just because of the traffic from Digg is very limited, but the Digg API was not working any more. Digg has a big change on their own side.
There are a lot of articles on the Internet, telling you how to increase your blog web traffic. It is hard job, especially for a new blogger. I knew it. Because I am also start from a newbie. Now, this blog, David Yin’s Blog is more than 8 years. If you check the archives, you
I use Google Analytics on this Blog for many years. Now I would like to share the basic user technology statistics. The Top 5 Browsers of 2011 are: Firefox 35.36% IE 25.89% Chrome 21.56% Safari 12.33% Opera 1.93% When I compare the first half year with the second half year data, Firefox and IE decreased,