So I had recently started a marketing blog and I wanted to start 3 new blogs with the same everything as a base template.
It was growing next to impossible! I mean I simply did not have the time to spend to migrate each and every bit of three different websites but I had seen siteground-migrator work before and I thought that approach could actually be applied here.
Only one problem siteground-migrator works with a single migration.
So I made a staging site out of my current marketing blog, which has all the necessary styling templates etc. that I want to replicate over the different logs that I start from now on.
Then create an almost blank container on the staging site
And finally, I used the siteground migrator to migrate the staging site to a different domain.
For a single migration, it worked beautifully, and then it showed me this page.
No, I did not have the time to understand hack it and understand how the siteground migrator is working.
So I did the next quickest and the best thing I knew
Turn off the siteground migrator plug-in and turn it back on.
And there it was.
Then you 1 migrated that container staging site to different domains.
And there it was three new blogs published in less than an hour, with a free content idea for one of the blogs! (talking about this one for those who didn’t understand the joke)
Once the whole process was done I had three websites live
with very little actual effort
Note: make sure to update the logo and title of the site..