In order to return to your legacy blog, you will first need to find its URL. This can be found in the address bar of your web browser or on the website’s home page.
Once you have the URL, you can log in to your account and retrieve all of your content. If you no longer have access to your account, you can contact the blog’s owner for help recovering your content.
Once you have regained access to your content, you will need to re-upload it. This can be done by simply copying and pasting the contents of your original blog post into a new file and uploading it to your legacy site.
Be sure to include any formatting changes that may have been made, such as new images or video clips.
Finally, you will need to make sure that all of the links inside of your old posts are pointing back to your legacy site. This can be done by adding a rel=”canonical” tag to each link inside of your post and including the legacy URL inside of the tag.
You can also add a meta description that will be used when displaying your post on other websites.