About migrations from Movable Type

Our updated platform offers significant advantages over other blog publishing platforms, particularly in mobile performance, security, and overall marketing and search engine optimization.

This new platform, powered by WordPress, allows LexBlog to support and enhance what we provide faster than ever before, with better available upgrades and features, and integration with our Support Center and the LexBlog Network.

Moving from Movable Type to WordPress
When the migration process starts, it will have little, if any impact on your business. New platform training is available at your own pace, right here in the Support Center. As you explore the new platform, you might notices some changes right away:

  • User-friendly post editor
  • Posts will be easy to publish and edit; including assigning categories and tags, as well as a preview window, and post titles can be edited by users without risk of breaking the post’s URL.
  • Enhanced social media integration
  • Blog posts can easily be shared on your readers Social Media networks through Twitter, Facebook, Email, LinkedIn and Google Plus with single-click buttons.


Commenting Powered by Disqus
Through a single Disqus login, readers will be able to share comments. This commenting platform allows for better spam protection and filtering and pre-moderation set up.

Enhanced mobile experience
The blog will be optimized for mobile devices delivering a fast, user-friendly version of your site to touch mobile visitors including all popular mobile web-browsing devices such as iPhone, iPod touch, Android mobile phones, and BlackBerry OS6+.

A more robust mobile option is to redesign the blog with a custom responsive design template developed by LexBlog.

We can clarify pricing for your specific migration situation. In most cases, a migration is available at no extra charge to you with a 2-year contract renewal. To confirm, please contact your LexBlog representative or our business development team at 1-800-913-0988.

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