How to Add Tumblr to WordPress

How to Add Tumblr to WordPress
00:01:14 Steps
00:01:19 1 – Log in to your Tumblr account
00:01:43 2 – Find your Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feed address
00:02:21 3 – Sign into your WordPress blog account in another tab on your Internet browser
00:02:47 4 – Click on My Account on the left side of the tool bar at the top of the page
00:02:59 5 – Scroll down your WordPress dashboard
00:03:25 6 – Select Widgets from the Appearance menu
00:03:35 7 – Find RSS from the list of available widgets
00:03:51 8 – Click and drag the RSS box to the Sidebar box on the upper right hand side of the page
00:04:13 9 – Paste your Tumblr RSS feed in the box that says Enter the RSS feed URL here
00:04:37 10 – Go to your blog to view the updated Tumblr RSS feed
00:04:48 Method 1 Migrate Tumblr Content to Self-Hosted WordPress
00:04:57 1 – If you just need to start a blog on WordPress, get a custom domain name and move all your Tumblr content in there
00:05:18 2 – Download WordPress from wordpressorg
00:05:28 3 – Buy a hosting and a domain name
00:05:38 4 – Install your WordPress site
00:05:47 5 – Choose a theme for your new site (they are available at or you can find a lot of other theme resources
00:06:01 6 – Download and set up the plugin Automated Tumblr to WordPress Migration
00:06:27 7 – Try out demo migration, to check out whether everything looks ok for your site
00:06:40 8 – Set up 301 redirects from your previous URLs to the new ones so that your followers could find your new blog
00:06:55 9 – Check everything to see if the site works and looks as it should
00:07:06 10 – Tweet or post the news to Facebook that your blog has been moved and let everyone know its new web address
00:07:20 Method 2 Add Tumblr on Self-Hosted WordPress Blog
00:07:28 1 – Log in to your self-hosted WordPress blog
00:08:05 2 – Choose a widget that has been made for use with Tumblr on WordPress
00:08:32 3 – Search for the Tumblr or Vuvox Express Widget
00:08:56 4 – Download the latest version of the Tumblr or Vuvox Express Widget
00:09:15 5 – Upload tumblr-widgetphp to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory on your computer, after the widget has downloaded.
00:09:40 6 – Click and drag the Tumblr Widget box to the Sidebar box on the upper right hand side of the page
00:10:03 7 – Go to your blog to view the updated Tumblr feed

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