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Exporting content from current WordPress site to Be|Business Theme

I have a current WordPress website with content I would like to use with Be|Business child theme. Is there a tool or procedures to export to the new Be-based site to expedite the process? I have some experience exporting/importing across WordPress, just not using BeTheme for this new project.   

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  • The WordPress Importer plugin actually worked as expected. I simply backed up and then exported my "old" site content, and imported the XML file to the new domain. This has helped me rapidly populate the "new" site running BeTheme | Business template, which I've since updated and modified. Thanks for a developing a really cool, admin-friendly framework for WordPress. I plan to offer BeTheme to all my website clients running WordPress. See http://mpowerwebsolutions.com/ for my new site combining various elements with content.
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