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I have a WordPress website and it has almost 22,000 blog posts. It has been running with good SEO for the past 6 years. The contents are scattered in almost all social media and backlinked in a lot of websites. I also have data in Google Analytics that I would like to preserve.

I'm planning to start a fresh news aggregator site at the base directory of the domain. I want to move the old blog contents to the subdirectory i.e. /blog. I want to run the same old blog in it without affecting the SEO.

I tried implementing 301 redirects in .htaccess, but they are not working the way I want. This is my blog URL pattern /2015/01/10/post-title/ and I tried with this 301 redirection code in .htaccess:

Redirect 301 / http://www.example.com/blog

However, it is redirecting all URLs of the aggregator site which I'm currently running under www directory.

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    Hey I hope you gonna redirect entire blog URLs to subfolder and also you gonna come up with new site in home directory in that case / 301 won't work, You have to manually redirect all the URLs to subfolder. – gokulkarthick Nov 30 '19 at 8:49

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