How to migrate your business from Podia to offers a complete migration of your business free of charge if you subscribe to an Unlimited monthly plan or one of our annual plans.

To find out more about the free migration of your business from Podia to, click here.

Note: migration to is manually performed by our team.

Migrating a business from Podia to involves several steps:

1. Migration of sales funnel pages

Sales funnels are at the heart of our customers' content and are generally migrated first to make them available online quickly.

In this step, all pages will be recreated in the most optimal way possible, so that the user feels no difference when switching to The member in charge of migrating your business will retrieve all the data from your pages that are in Podia, and reuse it in the newly created pages, such as:

  • Images
  • Videos
  • Audios
  • Titles
  • Texts

Once we've created the pages for a sales funnel, we make sure that the links between the various pages are fully functional. The pages are meticulously checked and tested to ensure that they work.

Find out more about creating sales funnel pages:

2. Migration of blog pages and posts

If you have a blog on Podia, it can be reproduced with, which has an intuitive and simple interface for creating blogs and posts.

Websites are generally migrated via this section, using the same technical process as for the migration of sales funnels.

Find out more about creating a blog, its pages, and posts:

3. Migration of courses

Since courses represent a major part of the sales on, we pay particular attention to integrating them into our courses platform. We take care of importing courses individually, including:

  • Modules
  • Lectures
  • Quizzes

The interface for courses in is simple and intuitive, and students will have no difficulty navigating through their courses.

Once these tasks have been completed, the courses will be linked to their respective sales pages.

Find out more about creating a course:

4. Migration of newsletters and campaigns

Each email will be faithfully reproduced on as it is currently in your Podia account, whether they are for campaigns or newsletters. The migration will take into account:

  • Deadlines
  • Custom fields
  • Email content (links, buttons, text, images, etc.)

Automations for sending newsletters and campaigns to your customers/prospects will be created at the same time as the newsletters and campaigns are created. Configurations will then be tested internally to ensure that everything is in order.

Find out more about how to configure and schedule newsletter and campaign:

5. Migration of contact lists and tags

It's important to know that Podia has a feature that allows you to export your contacts. In just a few seconds you can retrieve the file containing the contact list in Excel CSV format. Importing your contact list into is generally fast, and is completed at the end of the migration.

Please note, however, that before importing your contact list, we submit it to our deliverability team, so that they can verify it by contacting you. Once approved, the contacts and their tags will be imported.

Find out more about how to import a contact list at

6. Integration and authentication of your domain name

Now that the migration is almost completed, we can proceed with:

  1. Integrating your domain name into your account, so that your old Podia domain name(s) can be used in,and that your URLs can be personalized to have the same structure and links they had on Podia.
  2. Authentication of your domain name, which automatically generates the DKIM or SPF protocol for your domain, helping to improve the deliverability of your e-mails.

To find out more about how to integrate and authenticate your domain name:

7. Adding students to courses

Once your contact list has been imported and your URLs are up to date with your domain name, students will be enrolled in the course to which they have access.

To do this in the best possible way, we'll use automation to enroll them in a course depending on the tags the contacts have.

To find out more about this procedure, please refer to the following article:

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