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Cómo migrar un blog de WordPress.com a WordPress.org en un dominio propio

Escrito por Limoncete en Tutoriales · Wednesday 13 de November de 2013 ·
Cómo migrar un blog de WordPress.com a WordPress.org en un dominio propio

Cómo migrar un blog de WordPress.com a WordPress.org en un dominio propio

WordPress es el sistema de gestión de contenidos más extendido de todo el Mundo, y en especial es el líder absoluto para montar un blog. En nuestro caso, gran parte de los miles de blogs que trabajan con AdLemons usan WordPress.

AVISO: Recientemente en AdLemons hemos añadido un código especial para los blogs que están en WordPress.com para que también puedas monetizar tu blog mediante menciones a través de AdLemons. Con este código especial, una vez dado de alta el blog, si colocas el código, el sistema validará el blog como que es tuyo y recogerá las estadísticas de tu blog en WordPress.com.

Pero como siempre existe la necesidad de migrar el blog de WordPress.com a un hosting propio por diversos motivos, y si la semana pasada hablamos de Cómo migrar las imágenes de WordPress.com a WordPress.org, hoy vamos a comentar el proceso en detalle para ayudar a quién se tiene que enfrente a él, tanto si teníamos el blog con un dominio propio en WordPress.com, como si usábamos un subdominio del tipo miblog.wordpress.com:

  1. Exportar el contenido desde WordPress.com: Para empezar en el menú lateral de nuestro panel de administración de WordPress.com iremos a “Herramientas” > “Exportar”, dejaremos seleccionada la opción: “Todo el contenido” y pulsaremos el botón “Descargar archivo de exportación”. Así descargaremos un archivo XML que contendrá: posts, páginas, comentarios, categorías y tags. Pero tenemos que tener en cuenta que la exportación no contempla (y por tanto ignorará por completo) del blog original:
    • El tema que tengamos instalado.
    • La configuración que hayamos hecho del tema: cabecera, colores, y demás aspectos de configuración propios del tema.
    • Los widgets en funcionamiento y todo su configuración
    • Imágenes destacadas de los posts, si usamos esta opción.
    • Los plugins u opciones propias de WordPress.com.
    • La librería multimedia.
    • Y seguro que me dejo cosillas..
  2. Instalar WordPress en nuestro hosting: Antes de subir los contenidos al nuevo servidor, tenemos que instalar WordPress.
    • Iremos a http://es.wordpress.org, que tiene ahora la última versión la 3.7.1, descargamos el archivo .zip a nuestro ordenador y lo descomprimimos en esa misma carpeta.
    • Tomamos el contenido de dentro de la carpeta wordpress/, lo subimos mediante ftp a nuestro servidor, exactamente donde queremos que esté el blog (más adelante tendremos que apuntar el dominio a dicha carpeta, pero eso luego lo veremos).
    • Creamos la base de datos en phpMyAdmin si no está creada ya, y tomamos los datos de: host, nombre de la base de datos, user y pass.
    • Para iniciar la instalación accedemos a /wp-admin/install.php de la url temporal donde hemos subido los archivos de wordpress en nuestro hosting, (si fuera 1and1, es algo del tipo: http://s13212341.mialojamiento.es/miblog/wp-admin/install.php). Y seguimos los pasos: Nos dirá que no tenemos creado el archivo wp-config.php, le decimos que queremos crearlo, nos pedirá los 4 datos de la base de datos (los del paso anterior), los introducimos y al continuar ya estamos listos para instalar WordPress.
    • Nos pedirá el nombre del blog, el nombre de usuario administrador, a poder ser no uséis admin ni el nombre del blog por seguridad, sino algo distinto y fácil de recordar para vosotros, y la contraseña. Estos dos datos son los que usaréis para acceder a WordPress a partir de ahora, quizás podéis usar los mismos que usabais en WordPress.com antes. Y marcamos que queremos que sea visible para buscadores, e indicamos la dirección de correo que usaremos para el blog.
    • Una vez hecho, nos dirá que ya está instalado y accederemos al panel de administrador con nuestro usuario y contraseña de WordPress que acabamos de elegir.
  3. Importar contenidos: Una vez el blog instalado está vacío y sin contenido, así que tenemos que llenarlo.
    • Subir archivo: Vamos a “Herramientas” > “Importar”, elegimos el archivo XML que hemos descargado en el paso 1 y pulsamos en el botón “Subir archivo e importar”.
    • Autores: Tendremos que asignar los autores antiguos a los autores creados en la nueva instalación, eligiendo el mismo si ya se ha creado, o sino introduciendo el mismo que teníamos para que todo sea igual y los otros usuarios, si los hay, no noten diferencia a la hora de acceder.
    • Imágenes: Una vez hecho lo anterior, le diremos que suba las imágenes adjuntas marcando: “Download and import file attachment”. Si no elegimos esta opción, las imágenes incluidas en los post, en el nuevo blog apuntarían a donde estaban antes, y si borramos el antiguo blog, o si antes teníamos un dominio propio en vez de subdomnio de wordpress.com todas las imágenes tras la migración dejarían de verse. Por tanto, las imágenes son un punto delicado de la migración, porque a pesar de que en principio el proceso es limpio en ocasiones existen fallos al tomarlas del blog viejo y en ese caso no se creará la librería multimedia ni se descargarán ni subirán las imágenes al nuevo hosting.
    • Tiempo de ejecución de scripts: Dependiendo del hosting que usemos para alojar nuestro blog y de su configuración, si como suele ser habitual, tiene configurado el tiempo de ejecución concreto, es posible que si tenemos mucho contenido se nos quede cortada por la mitad la importación, si esto ocurre con que actualicemos la página una vez ha dejado de ejectuarse, será suficiente para que continúe el proceso hasta finalizarlo, ya que al volver a empezar parte de donde se quedó no duplicando nada de lo que ya habíamos importado ya. Si tenemos mucho contenido y se nos detiene más de una vez el proceso, podemos actualizar varias veces hasta que nos diga que está todo.
  4. Configuraciones adicionales: Para continuar tendremos que configurar los últimos detalles del blog para dejarlo exactamente como estaba o incluso mejor, ya que WordPress.org nos da mayor flexibilidad de opciones y personalización:
    • Enlaces permanente: En “Ajustes” > “Enlaces permanentes”, os recomendamos elegir la opción “Nombre de entrada” y pulsar en el botón “Guardar cambios”, así evitamos que se muestre la fecha en la URI del post, quedando http://dominioblog.com/nombre-de-post y no http://dominioblog.com/2013/11/5/nombre-de-post.
    • Moderación de comentarios: Modificar en “Para que un comentario aparezca” marcar la opción “El comentario debe aprobarse manualmente” y quitar la de “El autor del comentario debe tener un comentario previamente aprobado”.
    • Descripción corta: Personalizar este campo que suele estar visible en la cabecera del tema y junto al título.
  5. Apuntar dominio al nuevo servidor: Dependiendo si teníamos un dominio propio apuntando a nuestro blog en WordPress.com o si usamos el subdominio de wordpress.com tendremos que hacer cosas distintas.
    • Con dominio propio: En nuestro nuevo servidor, apuntar el dominio a la carpeta donde hemos instalado WordPress, luego cambiar los DNS para que dejen de apuntar a WordPress.com, este cambio de DNS puede tardar a hacerse efectivo de forma total entre 24h y 48h horas, en ese intervalo, dependiendo de quién entre al blog y su ubicación llegará al viejo o al nuevo blog.
    • En subdominio de wordpress.com: En este caso deberemos comprar una ampliación de WordPress.com que es la redirección, pago anual, de forma que las visitas que lleguen a nuestroblog.wordpress.com se redirijan al nuevo dominio.  Además es recomendable a nivel seo que le digamos a Google desde Webmasters Tools que la nueva url del blog es la actual. Con el tiempo.. quizás podemos dejar de pagar la redirección, dependerá de varios factores y de si hay más contenido antiguo del viejo blog o nuevo del actual.
  6. Plugins: Dependiendo de que plugins queramos usar, los instalaremos antes o después de apuntar el dominio, lo pongo como paso último, porque algunos plugins pueden usar al instalarse tener en cuenta la ubicación y si los instalamos antes tomarían en cuenta la url temporal del hosting y eso no nos interesa, si lo hacemos después tomarán ya el dominio nuevo. Uno de los plugins más recomendables es el JetPack de WordPress que nos permite incorporar la mayoría de beneficios de WorPress.com a nuestro blog alojado.

A pesar de que he intentado ser amplio en la explicación, seguro que me dejo opciones y detalles, así que si creéis conveniente podéis comentarlas o aportar soluciones e intentamos ampliar el tutorial con vuestra ayuda.

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How to migrate pictures from WordPress.com to WordPress.org

Escrito por Miguel Angel Ivars Mas en Uncategorized · Tuesday 5 de November de 2013 ·
How to migrate pictures from WordPress.com to WordPress.org

How to migrate pictures from WordPress.com to WordPress.org

When migrating a blog from WordPress.com to WordPress.org, if blog entries include images, as is increasingly common, problems sometimes arise when transferring pictures from one blog to another correctly when migrating.

At the time of migration, WordPress plugin can not find the images of the original url, either because we have redirected the domain prematurely, either because we have changed the url in the “xml” export before uploading and the matter do not exist in the future location yet, or because there has been a temporary loss of source server, or simply because they are so many that you cut the import script execution maxed because of being so large the amount of content to transfer, etc. In such cases, we need a plan B to retrieve the images.

If the blog has little time of existence, and so few items, or do not usually include images in the post, maybe manually can be downloaded one by one from WordPress.com to your computer and re-upload to the new server. Otherwise, it can be hell or simply impossible task, so I’ll try to explain an alternative method that I have discovered from Kaspars Dambis to make this a fairly automated action.

Taking the xml file with the exported content, so copy it to a folder within our local web server and rename it as export.xml

In that same folder, create a php file with this content:

$a = array();
$x = simplexml_load_file('export.xml');

foreach ( $x->channel->item as $item )
        if ( $wp = $item->children('http://wordpress.org/export/1.2/') )
                if ( $wp->post_type == 'attachment' )
                        $a[] = $wp->attachment_url;

file_put_contents( 'urls.txt', implode( "\n", $a ) );

This php script will take from the xml and extract all url of the attached images and stored in a new txt file named: urls.txt in the same folder.

Then execute the following command in the command line:

$ xargs -n 1 wget -p -nc < urls.txt

With it, we take every url stored in the newly created file automatically urls.txt and all images are stored in the local folder to be created with the original structure of wordpress.com, so upload them to our server blog will copy and paste only once all its contents inside the folder wp-content/uploads /.

If we work with MAC probably will not have wget installed, but Carlos Burgués explained in this tutorial how to install wget on OS X without the help of Homebrew or Macports.

Another alternative is to use curl:

$ xargs -n 1 curl -O < urls.txt

But keep in mind that curl will not keep the original folder structure of the images to download.

When finished and before importing the xml to the new blog, should change with the option to search and replace any text editor all the urls of the images, so that this structure will:

http://myoldblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/img_0316.jpg

To this one:

http://mynewblog.com/2013/04/img_0316.jpg

Thus we would have the file ready to import xml pointing to the new location of the images, where just uploaded on the new server.

The only question to be considered in this method, is that despite work perfectly as I tested, does not affect in any way the database, which is using the WordPress Media Library, so not have access via the Library to use from there in the future these same photos because the database is not aware they exist. But being old photos, this in principle should not be big problem. And if so, can insert them into the post using directly the url of the image.

I hope you have been useful for this tutorial to migrate images from WordPress.com to WordPress.org and so share it so others can take advantage of it too.

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Premios Molitzer de Amstel

Escrito por María José Ivars en Campañas · Monday 29 de July de 2013 ·
Premios Molitzer de Amstel

Premios Molitzer de Amstel

Llegado el verano Amstel ha puesto en marcha el primer concurso de fotografía móvil que premia el talento para disfrutar de la Comunidad Valenciana, son los Premios Molitzer, y la verdad que la propuesta pinta la mar de refrescante.

La idea es que los usuarios de Instagram podrán participar subiendo sus fotos a través de Instagram o Twitter poniendo el hashtag #PremiosMolitzer y siguiendo a @Amstel_Es y luego un jurado de instragramers valencianos decidirá los ganadores.

Tienen hasta 6 categorías muy divertidas en las que participar y destacar, desde: Buenrollistmo Extreme, Pinreles Collection, Paella & Friends, Saltomatón, Fiestón molón a Insta-Amstel.

Entre los premios hay viajes e increíbles experiencias a ganar, así que solo tienes que disfrutar de la Comunitat Valenciana y además compartirlo en las redes sociales.

Si aún no has participado.. ¿a que esperas? Y ¡Qué gane el mejor!

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Introducing AdLemons Mobile

Escrito por Limoncete en AdLemons news · Tuesday 25 de June de 2013 ·
AdLemons Mobile

 

We are proud to introduce AdLemons Mobile today, on what we’ve been working for that blogs have a space on the small screens with their own mobile native app.

From today, influential blogs that request from My Blogs tab on AdLemons panel may have a free mobile application for your blog, which will allow them to expand their audience and readers can access contents of blog easily and instantly from smartphones or tablets.

Unlike the mobile web version have some blogs, these apps are downloaded from the App store for most loyal readers of the blog, generating brand and reaching a wider audience and can be accessed to blog with a click.

The apps include notifications of the latest articles and news via PUSH technology. Articles may also be saved as favorites and share them on social networks. As well as access to blog content without Internet connection. For more information on the benefits and technical features, you can see the section Bloggers.

Some of the first blogs that already have their own mobile applications are: Loogic.com, JavierMegias.com, CarlosGuerro.es, which you can download from App store today. Like some of the commercial blog networks as: Bitacoras.es, MediosYRedes.com that will be available for download shortly. If you want yours so you just have to check Plans.

From here, we want to thank the support of our main development partner: Develapps, a company with offices in London and Valencia and mobile technology specialists, also awarded the prize for the best Spanish app by GOW.

Thus AdLemons enters on mobile marketing, and from right now allowing our customers the option of advertising on mobile media, placing their marks wherever they are most relevant. This breakthrough will allow greater scope in campaigns and better branding.

Because just as the advertisers and agencies buy advertising space for AdLemons blogs, from now may do it as well in mobile and tablets apps, opening their range of options from our platform in multi channel.

This commitment to mobile marketing in blogs, allows companies located where the end user is more segmented, as these downloaded on their own mobile phones applications blogs are most appreciated and usually being the most suitable place to find advanced Profile hearing more capable of limitations in their environment.

Coupled with this, we note that the advertisers who choose this option for their advertising campaigns, shall enjoy full role in the application, which may be an advertiser at a time for contract period, thus hogging all the attention users interested in your topic. For more details check section: Advertisers.

If as a developer you would like to be part of this project and develop apps influential blogs, visit the developers section, where you explain the benefits of Mobile Developer Partner Program of AdLemons.

What are you waiting for download the apps or request your own?

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How to leverage new hashtags Facebook

Escrito por Miguel Angel Ivars Mas en Social Media · Tuesday 18 de June de 2013 ·
How to leverage new hashtags Facebook

How to leverage new hashtags Facebook

For a week now, already are available on Facebook hashtags. A function in high demand by users and is finally a reality of large social network.

As an evolution of the tags used in blogs, the hashtag was born from the hand of Chris Messina and boosted user community use, until finally joined Twitter in an official way, and today is a fundamental part. Following its success in network microbloging, have incorporated many other social networks like Google+, Tumblr, Flickr, Pinterest, Vine. And in today already crossed borders, taking something off the Internet everyday in the world of communication and media such as radio, television, and is already used everywhere.

But.. How do the hashtags on Facebook? And what are differences regarding Twitter hashtags?

It’s simple, every time you post an update to Facebook add a pad in front of a word, this word becomes a link automatically hashtag, allowing all users to click on it and access all the information that has been posted on Facebook about this issue (using the hashtag). Thus, Facebook helps 1.1 million users to participate in the public conversation world’s largest, by pooling all posts on a particular topic.

New functionality already is even available in The search engine of Facebook, where entering #TopicSearched give us the option to find all available results on this topic. What has not currently implemented functionalities Facebook are Global and local trending topic, as has Twitter to know which is the most talked rankig in real time. At least for now.

Another difference is that since Facebook can control the range of your messages with hashtags, deciding whether it will come only to your friends, to a specific list, or if it will be public, thus reaching hashtags now with a global reach.

Among the rules to keep in mind when using hashtags are not to enter spaces between the word and the pad, and if you use a hashtag composed of more than one word as could be #socialnetworks not contain spaces in between, and to make it more readable we can choose to capitalize the first letter of each word that makes up the hashtag and #SocialNeworks, as the character case are not taken into account as distinctive.

For faster access to a hashtag of Facebook, instead of using the search engine, we can also directly use the url in the above example would be:

http://www.facebook.com/hashtag/SocialNetworks

Also, when we are in a search results page of a specific hashtag to post will have a field which already include the hashtag we wanted to if we want to be part of our post.

Although as we said last week already operating, it will become hasgtags links all previously published, because the measure is not imposed retroactively. This means that new hashtag only have the option to be used as such. If that will become valid hashtags coming from other social networks such as being equally valid Isntagram Facebook.

That said, to enjoy this new option and make a good use and not abuse. ;)

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Infographic The state of SMM on Q2 2013

Escrito por Limoncete en Social Media · Tuesday 28 de May de 2013 ·

We share with you an interesting infographic vía Alfredo Vela, in it we can see the status of Social Media Marketing in the second quarter of 2013.

Q2 2013 The state of SMM

Q2 2013 The state of SMM

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AdLemons credit and its advantages

Escrito por María José Ivars en Uncategorized · Wednesday 15 de May de 2013 ·
AdLemons credit and its advantages

AdLemons credit and its advantages

Some time ago in AdLemons can add credit, and we want to tell you the advantages that this feature brings both advertisers and agencies, as bloggers.

When a user uploads AdLemons balance to pay for a campaign, or have up to apply credit, this speed up the request and buying, winning two days a usual process, which is reserved and wait to be paid. As normal, once moderate a purchase request from the Marketplace there are 2 days for an advertiser to pay the campaign.

This option credit undoubtedly brings benefits to advertisers that win those two days of having their advertising visible. And also benefits bloggers, to eliminate the possibility that inactivated ends a campaign for a possible forgotten payment, increasing guarantees that the received request will be activated finally.

Forms to upload credit on AdLemons, are: from the credit link top right, or wizard process (Maker), both by credit card, by direct payment gateway of the bank, such as PayPal, and once uploaded desired money, you can make purchases you want, and quantities will discounting its price of the total.

BONUS:

Further, in the same economic bag in which are accumulated benefits of bloggers, if requested, can be converted up to AdLemons credit. This allows a blogger re-invest benefits achieved with advertising its blog to create campaigns on other blogs to promote his blog, in a very simple way. So your blog will grow in popularity and audience, and ultimately could increase the selling price of the advertising space your own blog.

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May 17 event: Internet Es Tuyo

Escrito por María José Ivars en Events · Thursday 2 de May de 2013 ·
May 17 event: Internet Es Tuyo

May 17 event: Internet Es Tuyo

It is open enrollment for the IV event will be the Internet es tuyo May 17 and will be held in Mansion of Duke of Pastrana at 208 Paseo de la Habana in Madrid, if you sign up now the entry will be cheaper.

Will begin at 8:30 with the accreditations and breakfast, and at 9:30 the speakers begin to debate about how to be an entrepreneur, learn to PPT, social media, television and online media, advertising of the future, etc.. About 14:30, to 16h food and rest time with surprises, from 16h to 19.30 another round with 7 speakers and from 19:30 to 21 nightworking time Internet Es Tuyo with dinner, until the game starts the final of the Copa del Rey, which just held on that day and at the end party.

Some of the speakers will be:

And for those who can not attend the event will be free streaming of all presentations, you can also follow the event on the Facebook page and Twitter profile @InternetEsTuyo to take cognizance of the event.

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Here comes El Sol Festival 2013

Escrito por María José Ivars en Events · Friday 26 de April de 2013 ·
Here comes El Sol Festival 2013

Here comes El Sol Festival 2013

El Sol Festival 2013 will be the next event we have on the agenda. The Iberoamerican Festival of the advertising community was held 25 years in San Sebastian (Spain). In the next five years is moved, and this year held in Bilbao on 30, May 31 and June 1. Competing in the festival over 2,500 pieces and over 1,500 people attended related to the world of Marketing.

Good time to do networking with people in the industry, and there will be speakers and Juana Manso Campofrio Marketing Director, Ricardo Pérez Solero founding partner of Estudio Legal de Comunicación, Pablo Larquia founder & CEO of La Red Innova, Josep María Galí consultant, speaker and professor at ESADE, Ismael Pascual integrated communications director for Coca-Cola Spain, or Jose Luis Orihuela a professor at the University of Navarra and senior author of the blog eCuaderno among others. In summary, three intense days full of talks, videos, etc. ..

The contest will be prizes for the sections as young creative, award to the company that has best integrated campaign and innovation agency prize winner and award the communication network.

So there is a complete agenda. And remember, you have to register to attend.

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#TodaysBlog: Wwwhat’s New

Escrito por María José Ivars en Social Media · Tuesday 23 de April de 2013 ·
#TodaysBlog: Wwwhat's New

#TodaysBlog: Wwwhat's New

Today in our blog section #TodaysBlog we have Wwwhat’s New, this blog is of Juan Diego Polo, Spanish who lives in Brazil, PoolDigital CEO and author of book: Twitter for those who do not use Twitter.

Stands out as one of the most followed blogs Spanish blogosphere, but has its Portuguese version for Brazil, is that since 2005 is a reference reporting daily on the latest applications, marketing and web news and features a large community with over 47,000 Likes you on their Facebook page and over 65,000 followers on Twitter.

It is a blog that is classified in AdLemons as issues as: Internet, News online, Web design and development, and is described itself as:

.. A blog that discusses every day several free applications on the web. Services that you can be useful to draw, manage tasks, make friends, find restaurants ..

As you see a blog very interesting and varied, where he speak about super-practical issues and to enable all those who continue to learn and know the latest news of Internet apps and barely come to light.

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