Assisted Website Migration in Cloud Web Hosting
The service is available with every single cloud web hosting package we provide, so once your new account is working, you could contact us to prepare the migration procedure. Our experienced technical support can migrate even a number of Internet sites depending on the specific plan that you have signed up for and shall test out each of them on our end to ensure that everything works perfectly when you point your domain name to our advanced cloud hosting platform. In this way, you won't detect any downtime of your sites because the exact same content will show up the instant the new domain name servers propagate. We're able to relocate any kind of website, including a custom one, provided it runs on a Linux-powered server and it isn't built by using a closed-source platform like Wix or Weebly since we cannot access the actual website files. The entire migration process is normally executed within 24-48 hours and we will let you know the moment we are done.
Assisted Website Migration in Semi-dedicated Hosting
If you want to begin using our web hosting services and you obtain a semi-dedicated hosting account, you can contact our technical support the moment your account is functioning and schedule the migration from your current hosting provider. The whole process normally takes at most 24-48 hours and as soon as our technical support team sets everything up on our end, they'll test every single website to make sure that everything is operating properly. You may then point your domain names to our cloud hosting platform and given that the content will be identical on both ends, there shall be virtually no downtime, hence the Internet site visitors will not observe any service disruptions. You could take advantage of our totally free service and save time and efforts even if you need to move a number of sites and the only limitation is that they must not be designed with a closed website builder such as Yola, Wix or Jimdo due to the fact that these platforms do not allow their users to access the files of the websites developed on their end.