If you'd like to switch web hosting firms and you do not have lots of experience or time, you might find it tricky to relocate your content. Moving an HTML site involves uploading small files to the new server, therefore it could be easier, but transferring a script-driven Internet site, especially a custom-built one, and linking it to the database on the new hosting platform or relocating databases and emails may be pretty aggravating tasks for some people. Consequently, lots of users are tied to a service provider which offers a bad hosting service just because they don't know how they can migrate their content to a different provider securely while keeping the design and performance of their Internet sites unchanged. In this light, our hosting plans provide a website migration service, which is totally free of charge, and which will save you a lot of time and efforts because you won't have to do anything on your end.

Assisted Website Migration in Cloud Web Hosting

You can employ of the migration service with any one of our cloud web hosting packages and dependant upon the particular plan that you have selected, we can move a different number of Internet sites. When your account is active and you receive the login information for it, you can contact us through a ticket and our expert tech support shall migrate your Internet sites provided they're currently hosted on a Linux server. They'll also carefully examine the Internet sites to make certain that they're operating 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 procedure normally doesn't take more than 24 to 48 hours depending on the number of websites and their size. The service is available regardless of the cp that you currently use unless you have built your Internet site using a closed site builder platform such as Wix, Jimdo or Weebly. We could also relocate any sort of website even if it is a custom-made one and not built with a popular platform like Joomla or WordPress.