Let me start my today post with a nice story, shall we!. Sometime back somebody approached and asked me, if I would love to sell one of my blogs. The offer he gave was mouth watering that it was impossible to say NO, but there was a problem. Would you like to know the problem? The blog he wanted to buy from me, was hosted on a blogger platform and the email id i am using with my blogger blog, is my personal Gmail account 🙂 . It was also difficult to sell the site because I have 3 other websites hosted on that same blogger dashboard. If it were you, what would you do?
After much argument, he convinced me that he can manage that particular blog without having access to my main blogger dashboard. How can that be possible? All I have to do is make him an admin and remove myself as an admin to that particular site, by doing that, it will give him the right to own that particular blog :). I did what he says and I successfully sold the site to him.
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Seriously! I also did not know if something like this would be possible until that buyer showed me the simple steps 🙂 and today we are going to learn that simple step as well in case of future tens 🙂
How To Transfer Your Blog From One Account To The Other
Before i continue with my post, let me first let you all know that this post is a special request from a good friend who wants to also sell his blogger blog. Now let’s proceed to the topic at hand 🙂
Why Do I Need This?
You might need it for reasons like; giving a newbie blogger an adsense ready blog, selling it to a problogger, investor or company who finds your blog interesting or hoping your blog would yield them good income in the future or which ever reasons that you might think of…
Moving your blog between accounts? How does this work?
According to Google support: You can do this by making the blog in question a team blog, with two members, then removing the original team member. So how can we achieve this? By following some easy steps, you can achieve this.
How do we make the transfer?
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Now follow the simple step below and you will be able to transfer your blog 🙂
Go to you blogger dashboard and click on the blog you want to give out >>> click Settings.
Are you there yet? If yes, scroll down to the “Permissions” section >>> Click on “Add Author” [See image below]
After clicking the “Add author” button, it will bring out a box. Now type the email address of the person you are transferring the blog to in the provided box >>> Click the “Invite author” button. Now you’ll wait till he accepts the invitation 🙂 [See image below]
Once he accepts the invitation, you will be notified through your email. Now he will have his own dashboard to control the blog as an author. Now to give him proper (total) control of the blog, follow the blow steps.
Go back to your settings >>> Basic >>> in the “Permission” area, you will see the two accounts there. Simply change the other account from author to admin [See image below]
If you have changed it to admin, you can now delete your account from the blog. Doing this, the blog will know longer be in your dashboard. You have successfully sold/ remove/ give/ your blogger blog to a new user 🙂
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If you delete your account as admin from that blog, all your images on all the posts you’ve made so far on that particular blog will also be deleted. That is the only side effect of the whole process. But aside that everything will go normal as possible.
Hope I made the tutorial as simple as possible, and I also hope that you understand the post clearly? If not, please do let me know what part you don’t understand and I’ll surely put you through ASAP.
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I have said so much about so much on this topic, right? Now let’s make the discussion more fun by making your valuable comments 😀
Do you have questions, comments or thoughts? Please do use the comment box below to drop them. Remember that your comments and thoughts are highly welcomed and appreciated.
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39 thoughts on “How To Transfer Your Blogger Blog From One Account To The Other”
This is indeed interesting 🙂
Or perhaps I had no idea about it because all I know is that when I tried migrating my blog from Blogger to WordPress, I surely lost a lot of comments, and some of my social sharing counts also vanished. I thought I was doing the right thing and following the suggestions as told, but that’s exactly what happened with me.
This tutorial will surely help those who want to transfer their blog from one account to another, though within the Blogger platform itself. Needs to be shared 🙂
Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead 🙂
You know! when migrating your blog from blogger to WordPress (vice versa), some things like some few comments might get deleted if not done that properly, ya know. But thank God its the thing of the past for you 🙂 .
It would truly help many bloggers especially those who are looking to get their adsense approved and don’t have the proper blog to. And those who find a like to your blogger blog.
Thanks for your lovely post and i hope you have a blessed week ahead… 🙂
Your tutorial is so much on point Babanature, I will forward this link to my younger brother who currently use blogger.com for his blog, this will be very useful to him. Thanks for sharing
It will sure help him Mr. Obasi, it’s nice to see you here also!
Thanks for saying that 🙂 . Ahhh… This will indeed help him in his quest because i made the post as detailed as possible. Thanks for the comment and do have your self a wonderful week ahead…
Hey bro !
Thanks for sharing the information ..I knew this trick ! There many be many bloggers who might be struggling to transfer their blogs from one account to the other …They’ll be benefiting from this post …there’s no doubt about it !
It is good that you know this trick before so it is great sharing it for those who haven’t seen it before so they can learn from it. Thanks for the comment buddy. Do have your self a good week ahead 🙂
thanks dear it is very helpful for bloggers and i am also transfer my blog from one account to another.
That’s good to hear Mohsin, Now you can do it without any stress, right?
Hi Brother.This is indeed nice info about the migration of blog.But I am sorry to inform you that I needed this info a long time ago when I transferred my blog from blogger to wordpress.While transferring my comments and social sharing counts also vanished.
This tutorial is about transferring blogger blog between accounts and not blogger blog to WordPress…
Hey boss of life! You have nailed it yet again…. I also know this trick just like Pramod says above.. And am sure this will be very useful for bloggers generally, most specially the newbies… Thanks for sharing this bro masterpiece BABANATURE!
Ahhhh… It seems most of you guys do know the trick. Well its not a new trick so it wouldn’t surprise me 🙂 But still it is good to spread the news so it can reach those who have not yet heard about it, right?
Do have a blissful week ahead…
Whao! This is great, i have been trying to transfer one of my blogger blog to another for a while now without knowing how exactly, but now i know. Thanks for this post
Glad you find the post useful enough to comment. do have a great week ahead 🙂
Very useful tip, I did not knew is possible to transfer a blog from blogger. Thanks for sharing this man.
Best regards from I. C. Daniel
Glad you find the post useful, Daniel. Do have your self a good week ahead mate
Interesting post Baba,
These days, it seems everything is just possible with proper research and attention. As you know, I’m not that good with blogger platform but, i must tell you that this post is really amazing because, I’m sure most blogger users don’t know that this is possible as you did when the buyer of your blog approached you.
I’m also happy to hear that you sold one of your blogs man and, I’m waiting for my own share of the $$$$$ too:).
Some days ago, someone also sent me a mail that he is interested on my blog…Top Blogging Coach but, i didn’t respond to the email because, I’m not ready to flip that site :).
Thanks for sharing man and, have a great week.
Thank you Theodore,
You know, the reason i sold the blog was because the blog was just a case study and moreover, it is hosting on a free platform 🙂 . Ahhh… I have also been approached to sell this my blog, but i did decline the offer because i do believe that this particular blog will be my true purpose online 🙂
lol… Amma sure share it with your bro if you help sell the next one 🙂
Do have a good week ahead bro…
I think I will try to import and leave leave unpublished and then use labels to publish as pages. Am in the process of ironing it all out. If you can help, great. If not, you’ve been a great help already! Thanks a lot
If i can understand you, are you trying to import from blogger to wordpress, or you’re trying to create a category?
Thanks you so much.This is what I was searching for.I have made all the plans now to transfer my blog :)..Thanks for sharing ..Keep it up !!
Glad to see that the post is of help to you. Happy transfer and do have a great week ahead 🙂
Great post indeed. I would like to know how to transfer the blogger blog to wordpress. Thanks. 🙂
To migrate from blogger to wordpress the simple way, go to your wordpress dashboard and click on tools- click import- click blogger. there you can simply import without any problem.
This is a straight forward tutorial and now i can easily transfer a blogger blog from one owner to another following the guide shared here.
Yeah. i try as much to make the tutorial as simple as possible and i am glad you guys like it. Do have a pleasant week ahead…
I’ve never had the experience though. But I believe this post is great for those looking for a way transferring their site.
Yeah! this post would definitely help bloggers who uses the blogger blog platform for their blogging. Thanks for stopping by and dropping your wonderful comment
Thanks for sharing these helpful tip, I’ll surely need it in the future BOOKMARKED. You’ve gotten a new reader buddy.
Glad you find the post helpful Gilbert. Do have your self a blessed week ahead 🙂
Excellent! I really made sure that I have this saved in my bookmarks! This is really essential for future changes and updates.
Hi tunde,hw can I add facebook and twitter like button below evry post on blogger. there is dis particular code – that is not on my template
Thank you very much indeed for opening my eyes on such an amazing option for bloggers. To be honest, I’ve never considered such an opportunity because it never even occured to me that it was possible.
I also was not aware then until i tried it out and to be honest, this is one great method. I have simplified the method more so it should be more easy to carry out.
Thanks for stopping by and dropping a comment. Do have a lovely week ahead 🙂
Thank you very much for this awesome information… It is totally a new concept for me… 🙂
Really appreciate it.. 🙂
Want your suggestion regarding installing CommentLUV… I have a confusion in choosing “Multiple” or “Unlimited” option…
Can you please enlighten me, what is the difference between them???..
Glad you find the post awesome enough to comment 🙂
The only difference i can see between them is; the “unlimited” option has way more features compare to the “multiple” option. But aside the feature differences, you can use both on as many sites as possible.
I had absolutely no idea that you could transfer a blogger blog to another account.
This would have come in handy when I had my blog and I wanted to move it. I have heard of transferring WordPress sites but never a blogger blog. Thanks for the info. I am quite sure that a lot of people will benefit from this information.
I did with mine when i neede to apply for adsense with that particular blog. I’m grateful you helped me out. Have a nice weekend.