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I would like to create a site like getapp, software advice, capterra, toptenreviews.

I have crawled the list of URLs on these sites to get a better understanding on how the site is structured.

I have sorted out the types of pages (vendor profile pages, category pages, search results page, alternative to page, comparison page, etc). I have a list of vendors for each category and a list of tags.  I have the entire list of URLs/pages and have grouped them according to the type of page.

I think wordpress might be the best solution to go for here. I would like to customize wordpress to make it do what is needed here.

I do have a few themes and plugins that would help out (like reviews, listings, comparisons, ratings, etc).

I would like to know how to create all pages in bulk from the list I have in excel.

I have the title, description, URL, category, tags, all in an excel sheet. I need to create these pages in wordpress in bulk. How do I do that?

There are about 3000+ entries so doing it manually is not the best option.

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There are several plugins that will import content from a CSV file.  Check this one out:

https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-ultimate-csv-importer/

And do a search for "Wordpress import CSV" to get a more comprehensive list.
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Ok. once imported, how to make pages in bulk using them like I asked in the question?
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