Assisted Website Migration in Shared Website Hosting
You can employ of the migration service with any of our shared website hosting packages and in accordance with the particular plan which you have picked, we can move a different number of Internet sites. As soon as your account is functioning and you receive the login info for it, you can contact us using a ticket and our proficient tech support shall move your Internet sites so long as they're currently hosted on a Linux machine. They'll also extensively test out the Internet sites to make certain that they're operating properly before they inform you that you can change the name servers of your domain names to point them to our cloud platform. The whole process normally does not take more than 24 to 48 hours depending on the number of sites and their size. The service is available no matter the cp that you currently use unless you have built your site by using a closed site builder platform including Wix, Jimdo or Weebly. We could also migrate any sort of Internet site even if it is a custom-made one and not developed with a popular platform like Joomla or WordPress.
Assisted Website Migration in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you want to start using our hosting services and you get a semi-dedicated hosting account, you are able to contact our support whenever your account is working and schedule the migration from your current web hosting company. The entire procedure normally takes no more than 24-48 hours and as soon as our tech support team sets everything up on our end, they'll test each site to make sure that everything is working adequately. You can then point your domain names to our cloud hosting platform and given that the content will be identical on both ends, there shall be practically zero downtime, hence the website visitors will not notice any service disruptions. You'll be able to make use of our 100 % free service and save time and efforts even if you wish to transfer numerous websites and the only restriction is that they mustn't be designed with a closed Internet site builder such as Yola, Wix or Jimdo since these platforms don't allow their users to access the files of the sites created on their end.