When you're looking for a better hosting service and want to change your service provider, you will have to transfer the site content to the web servers of the new company. While this can be done effortlessly for a small HTML website, it could be harder to transfer a script-driven site, which uses a database, not to mention if you have a number of Internet sites. You'll have to move a lot of files, databases and emails, not mentioning that you shall have to import everything on the new hosting server and change many system settings as to get the sites online on the new hosting platform. To save you the time and the trouble to transfer your content, we provide a free site migration service, so based on the type of web hosting and the particular plan you choose, our tech support team will be able to transfer even a number of sites for you, making sure that the way they look and function will be exactly the same.
Assisted Website Migration in Shared Web Hosting
You can make use of the migration service with any one of our shared web hosting services and dependant upon the particular plan that you have chosen, we can move a different amount of Internet sites. When your account is functioning and you receive the login information for it, you'll be able to contact us via a ticket and our proficient tech support team shall migrate your sites provided that they're currently hosted on a Linux machine. They shall also diligently test out the Internet sites to make sure that they're operating adequately before they inform you that you can change the name servers of your domains to point them to our cloud platform. The entire procedure typically doesn't take more than 24 to 48 hours depending upon the number of websites and their size. The service is available irrespective of the cp which you currently use unless you have built your site via a closed site builder platform including Wix, Jimdo or Weebly. We'll also transfer any kind of site even if it's a custom-made one and not built with a well known platform like Joomla or WordPress.