How do I export my website data when moving off of HubSpot?

Last updated: March 20, 2018

Applies to:

Marketing Hub: Basic, Pro, Enterprise

We recommend that you work with a developer to recreate your website on another hosting company. It's important to note that HubSpot sites include files and attributes customized to our hosting platform, so you may not be able to simply copy and paste the HTML of your pages into another platform.

Below are the items within HubSpot that are part of your website that you should download and export when moving off of our platform. All analytics, contacts, and reporting data should be exported from each individual tool. Learn more about downloading your HubSpot data here.

Download the HTML of your content (blog posts, landing pages, and website pages):

HubSpot has a built-in export tool for any pages (blog pages, landing pages, and website pages). 

  • Navigate to Content > Landing PagesWebsite Pages, or Blog. 
  • Click More Tools > Export CMS Pages or Export all pages and posts in the left sidebar menu. 
  • You will receive an email with a .zip file download of the HTML of your pages.

Download items from the file manager:

  • Navigate to Content > File Manager
  • Click Export all files (ZIP) in the top right-hand corner of the table to export all of your files.

Export all URL mappings:

  • Navigate to Content > Content Settings.
  • From the left-hand side, select MarketingDomains & URLs, then click the URL Mappings tab.
  • Click Export Mappings in the bottom right-hand corner. 

Save your sitemap:

Navigate to your primary domain hosted on HubSpot and find your sitemap by adding /sitemap.xml to the end of the URL. Select all of the URLs on the page and copy and paste them into a text document. For example, the site map for is available at

Redirect your hosted domains: 

Any domains hosted with HubSpot will need to be redirected. You can find your hosted domains by navigating to Content > Content Settings and then clicking Manage Domains in the top right corner of your Web Pages settings.

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