Assisted Website Migration in Shared Web Hosting
The service is available with each and every shared web hosting package we supply, so once your new account is working, you can contact us to arrange the migration procedure. Our qualified tech support can migrate even a number of sites depending on the specific plan that you've signed up for and shall test each of them on our end to ensure that everything functions flawlessly once you point your domain name to our advanced cloud hosting platform. This way, you won't see any downtime of your Internet sites because the exact same content shall show up as soon as the new domain name servers propagate. We are able to move any type of site, including a custom one, provided that it runs on a Linux-powered machine and it is not built via a closed-source platform like Wix or Weebly since we can't access the actual site files. The entire migration procedure is typically executed within 24-48 hours and we shall inform you the minute we are done.
Assisted Website Migration in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you wish to start using our web hosting services and you acquire a semi-dedicated hosting account, you are able to contact our tech support as soon as your account is functioning and plan the migration from your current Internet hosting company. The entire procedure normally takes at most 24-48 hours and once our tech support team sets everything up on our end, they will test every single website to verify that everything is operating adequately. You may then point your domain names to our cloud web hosting platform and given that the content shall be exactly the same on both ends, there will be virtually no downtime, hence the Internet site visitors won't observe any service interruptions. You could take advantage of our totally free service and save time and efforts even if you would like to move many Internet sites and the only limitation is that they shouldn't be developed with a closed site builder like Yola, Wix or Jimdo due to the fact that these platforms do not allow their users to access the files of the sites developed on their end.