I had one domain "parked" on Blogger.com, which I now plan to export to self hosted Wordpress.
I have two questions -
1) Is it possible to preserve the same URL for individual posts. For example - a post on blogger has an URL like -
Can I ensure that this URL stays the same? A few pages have managed a PR of 2, and I guess a changed URL will mean losing this PR (am I correct in this assumption?).
2) Will the PR of the overall site (XYZ.com) remain the same, or change?
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