Migrating Data: How to Switch from SEO Title Tag to Squirrly SEO

Migrating Data: How to Switch from SEO Title Tag to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from SEO Title Tag to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from SEO Title Tag to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from SEO Title Tag
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from SEO Title Tag?

Here is everything that we import from SEO Title Tag to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations:

  • Title
  • Description

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from SEO Title Tag to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from SEO Title Tag as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have SEO Title Tag installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from SEO Title Tag has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from SEO Title Tag during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from SEO Title Tag, simply select SEO Title Tag from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from SEO Title Tag, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from SEO Title Tag, simply select SEO Title Tag from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the SEO Title Tag plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from Headspace 2 to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from Headspace 2 to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from Headspace 2 to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from Headspace 2
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from Headspace 2?

Here is everything that we import from Headspace 2 to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations :

  • Title
  • Description

Squirrly SEO also imports:

  • Keywords

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from Headspace 2 to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from Headspace 2 as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have Headspace 2 installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from Headspace 2 has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from Headspace 2 during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from Headspace 2, simply select Headspace 2 from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from Headspace 2, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from Headspace 2, simply select Headspace 2 from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the Headspace 2 plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from Platinum SEO Pack to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from Platinum SEO to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from Platinum SEO to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from Platinum SEO
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from Platinum SEO?

Here is everything that we import from Platinum SEO to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations:

  • Title
  • Description
  • Keywords

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from Platinum SEO to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from Platinum SEO as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have Platinum SEO installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from Platinum SEO Pack has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from Platinum SEO during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from Platinum SEO, simply select Platinum SEO Pack from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from Platinum SEO, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from Platinum SEO, simply select Platinum SEO Pack from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the Platinum SEO plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from The SEO Framework to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from The SEO Framework to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from The SEO Framework to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose important optimizations you have previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from The SEO Framework
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from The SEO Framework?

Here is everything that we import from The SEO Framework to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations :

  • Title
  • Description
  • Open Graph Title
  • Open Graph Description
  • Open Graph Media
  • Twitter Card Title
  • Twitter Card Description
  • Twitter Card Media
  • Noindex
  • Nofollow
  • Canonical
  • 301 Redirects

Settings

  • Attachment page to image redirect
  • Social Media

– Facebook App ID

– Facebook Profile URL

– Twitter URL

  • JSON-LD – Company Name
  • JSON-LD – Company Logo
  • Webmasters

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from The SEO Framework to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from The SEO Framework as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have The SEO Framework installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from The SEO Framework has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from The SEO Framework during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to  Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from The SEO Framework, simply select SEO Framework from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from The SEO Framework, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from The SEO Framework, simply select SEO Framework from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the SEO Framework plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from All in One SEO to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from All in One SEO to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from All in One SEO to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose any important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from All In One SEO
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from All in One SEO?

Here is everything that we import from All in One SEO to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations:

  • Title
  • Description
  • Keyword
  • Patterns for each post type
  • Open Graph Title
  • Open Graph Description
  • Twitter Card Title
  • Twitter Card Description
  • Noindex per post type
  • Nofollow per post type
  • Canonical

SEO Automation

  • HomePage – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Posts – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Pages – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Attachment – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Categories – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Tags – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product Categories – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product Tags – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from All in One SEO to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from All In One SEO as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have All in One SEO installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from All in One SEO has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from All in One SEO during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to  Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from All in One SEO, simply select All in One SEO Pack from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from All in One SEO, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from All in One SEO, simply select All in One SEO Pack from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the All in One SEO plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from Rank Math to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from Rank Math to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from Rank Math to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose any important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from Rank Math
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from Rank Math?

Here is everything that we import from Rank Math to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet optimizations:

  • Title
  • Description
  • Keywords
  • Open Graph title
  • Open Graph Description
  • Open Graph Media
  • Twitter Card title
  • Twitter Card description
  • Twitter Card media
  • Patterns
  • Noindex
  • Canonical

 Squirrly also imports the following Settings from Rank Math:

  • Social Media
  • JSON-LD – Company Name
  • Add Breadcrumbs in the JSON-LD option
  • Webmasters
  • Attachment Redirects to Image option
  • Nofollow to external links option
  • Open external links in a new window option

SEO Automation

  • HomePage – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Posts – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Pages – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Attachment – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Categories – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Tags – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product Categories – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow
  • Product Tags – Patterns & Noindex & Nofollow

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

NOTE!

? The import from Rank Math WON’T bring in redirects you’ve set up using Rank Math.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from Rank Math to Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from Rank Math as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have Rank Math installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from Rank Math has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from Rank Math during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export section of Squirrly

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to  Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from Rank Math, simply select Rank Math from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from Rank Math, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

To import SEO from Rank Math, simply select Rank Math from the list and click on Import SEO. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the Rank Math plugin from your site.

Migrating Data: How to Switch from SEOPress to Squirrly SEO

Decided to upgrade from SEOPress to Squirrly? Welcome, we’re grateful to have you.

Just thinking about switching? We welcome that thought, too. 🙂

We know that migrating data from other SEO plugins can seem like a complicated task. You may be worried that you’ll lose important data or the work you’ve previously done – and that you’ll have to start from scratch.

Rest assured, switching from SEOPress to Squirrly SEO is fast, easy, and secure thanks to Squirrly’s import capabilities.

We make sure that your data is migrated carefully. This way, you don’t lose important optimizations you’ve previously made.

In this article, we’ll show you:

  • how easy it is to import your data from SEOPress
  • and let you know exactly WHAT gets imported during the process.

Let’s get to it.

First things first, what data gets imported from SEOPress?

We’ve integrated Squirrly SEO with SEOPress free to import the SEO data and Settings.

Here is everything that we import from SEOPress to help you make sure that your previous work remains intact.

SEO Snippet Optimizations:

  • Title
  • Description
  • Open Graph Title
  • Open Graph Description
  • Open Graph Media
  • Twitter Card Title
  • Twitter Card Description
  • Twitter Card Media
  • 301 Redirects
  • Noindex
  • Patterns

 Squirrly also imports the following Settings from SEO Press:

  • Social Media
  • JSON-LD
  • Webmasters

SEO Automation

  • HomePage – Patterns
  • Posts – Patterns
  • Pages – Patterns
  • Attachment – Patterns
  • Product – Patterns
  • Categories – Patterns
  • Tags – Patterns
  • Product Categories – Patterns
  • Product Tags – Patterns
  • Archive – Patterns
  • Profile – Patterns
  • Search – Patterns
  • 404 Page – Patterns

You won’t have to start over and re-write your meta descriptions or titles once you’ve made the switch to Squirrly. All this data will be safely transferred to Squirrly SEO.

In fact, once the import process is complete, you can go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Good. Now that we got that out of the way, let’s go over the steps of importing your data from SEOPress into Squirrly SEO.

There are two ways to migrate your data.

Option 1: Import using Squirrly’s Onboarding Assistant

You can import your data from SEOPress as soon as you install Squirrly.

Once you get Squirrly SEO for your site, Squirrly will initiate an onboarding sequence that is meant to help you get started.

As part of the onboarding, Squirrly will scan your site to detect any SEO plugins that you may currently have installed on your site. So, if you have SEOPress installed on your site, Squirrly will automatically detect it.

From that point on, all you have to do is click on the Import button to start the Import process.

After clicking on the import button, Squirrly will show you a message to indicate the import from SEOPress has successfully been completed.

Option 2: Import using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature

If you haven’t imported your data from SEOPress during the onboarding, you have the option to do it using Squirrly’s Import/Export feature.

Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1. Go to the Import / Export Section of Squirrly.

The Import-Export settings are located in the SEO Settings section of Squirrly SEO. Navigate to  Squirrly SEO > SEO Settings > Import/Export to reach the Import/Export page.

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Step 2. Import Settings

Looking at how Import SEO & Settings is set up, you may ask yourself why there are two different sections for this. The reason is that there is a clear distinction between Settings and SEO:

  • Settings are things you set up, such as: using Meta, using Open Graph, and so on.
  • SEO is what you work on and how you define custom texts.

To import settings from SEOPress, simply select SEOPress from the list and then click on Import Settings. (as shown in the image below)

⚠️ If you import the SEO settings from SEOPress, you will lose all the settings that you had in Squirrly SEO (the settings you import will overwrite the settings you make in Squirrly SEO). Make sure you backup your settings from Backup Settings & SEO before you do this.

Step 3. Import SEO

⚠️ As part of the Import SEO process, Squirrly will only import the SEO for the pages that were NOT yet optimized with Squirrly SEO.

This will ensure that you don’t lose the SEO for pages that you already optimized with Squirrly. So, unlike what happens for Import settings, the SEO you import will NOT overwrite the SEO for pages optimized with Squirrly.

That’s it! Your data is now safely transferred to Squirrly.

All your data is now imported into Squirrly! If you want, you can now go to BULK SEO settings and check that your data has been correctly transferred.

Import Done. What’s next?

Here are the settings you need to do in Squirrly after the import.

After the set-up for Squirrly SEO is complete, you can go ahead and deactivate the SEOPress plugin from your site.