I have a health blog that I want to expand on. I started posting just women's health and then I did a men's health article that HP disabled my ads on.
The problem I am having now is I want to create different pages for each category, but I posted all my women's health articles on the home page and the men on their own page. I want a home page with general posts and a separate page for women.
Is there are a way to move the articles to the new page without losing my feedback from my visitors. When I try to create a new home page the blog just reverts back to the original. I want when visitors go to the blog they are taken to the home page which will have introduction and general health news and stuff.
What service are you using? If your using blogspot it can't be done as far as I know because I did try it and failed..
Yes it is Blogspot. I have been trying but to no avail. Maybe I have to risk losing those comments. I didn't want to lose them because Google uses your feedback to rate you too.
Why not give the posts their own labels for women and men and then create a new label for general. Set the general label as the main feed - if you can do that in Blogger. I haven't really used Blogger for a few years. I wrote a post about finding help for using Blogger http://wordgrrls.com/2010/11/the-women-of-blogger/ this gives you a few places to look for help as they each write sites about using Blogger.
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