In the event that you decide that you want to change the provider that's hosting your Internet sites, you'll need to transfer all of the content to the hosting servers of the new one, which may not be a very easy task if you do not have much experience or you just have no time to make it happen. If you have an HTML website, it will not be tough to transfer it as the migration is simply re-uploading each of the files to your new account, but if you have a script-driven website and you need to move a database, then link the website to it, and in addition you want to move mailboxes you have set up for your domain name, you may find the whole process difficult. To make things simpler if you choose to get a web hosting account from our firm, we offer site migration as a free of charge service with all our web hosting plans, helping you save the time, money and efforts which you will otherwise need to spend to migrate the content yourself.

Assisted Website Migration in Shared Hosting

You can take advantage of the migration service with any of our shared hosting plans and based on the particular plan which you have picked, we can relocate a different amount of websites. When your account is working and you receive the login information for it, you could contact us via a ticket and our expert tech support will relocate your sites provided that they're currently hosted on a Linux web server. They shall also thoroughly test out the Internet sites to ensure that they are working properly before they let you know that you can change the name servers of your domain names to point them to our cloud platform. The entire process in most cases doesn't take more than 24 to 48 hours dependant upon the number of websites and their size. The service is available regardless of the cp you currently use unless you have built your Internet site by using a closed site builder platform including Wix, Jimdo or Weebly. We'll also relocate any type of site even if it is a custom-made one and not created with a popular platform such as Joomla or WordPress.