Last updated: November 4, 2020
If your blog isn't compatible with the smart copy (beta) import feature, you can import your blog content into HubSpot using a CSV file. Based on this sample CSV file, gather the content for each of your existing blog posts. Then import this file to generate new blog posts in HubSpot that are populated with your existing blog content.
Please note: if you want access to the CSV file upload beta feature, reach out to your Customer Success Manager.
Next, you'll map the columns of your CSV file to the corresponding properties in your new HubSpot blog.
Learn more about HubSpot blog properties below. To see an example of how to format your CSV file and the blog content you're importing, review the sample CSV import file.
To map the blog content from your CSV file into your new blog posts in HubSpot:
Please note: images from your blog post won't render in the blog post preview, you'll see the image URLs appear in the preview instead.
Your blog import status will update to Import in progress status. Once the import is complete, the status will update to Import completed.
If there were any issues detected with your import, click the More dropdown menu and select View details.
After you've imported your blog posts, finish setting up your blog in HubSpot:
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