Frequently Asked Questions - Site Migration

If you’ve ever changed hosting providers, you no doubt know that this process can be very difficult. Here, at uGottaHost.com, we will save you all the trouble – we will carry out the hard job and will transfer all your website files, databases and emails to your new web hosting account.

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Q: What does the web site migration service entail? Will my website be secure?

A: When your present web hosting provider can no longer match the needs of your website, or if you go through continual downtime, or if you are made to wait for hours for the support team to reply back to you, it may be a smart idea to swap your web hosting provider, i.e. to transfer all the files for your sites together with your databases from your present provider to your future provider.

At uGottaHost.com, we realize that this can often be hard & time–consuming. Because of this, we’ll perform all that for you for free! Our capable technical team representatives will move your site content from your present hosting provider to us.

Our technicians have a lot of experience migrating websites and are able to handle everything – from a customary WordPress–driven blog or Joomla CMS–driven site, to a very elaborate, custom–made web application.

How much time will it take for my website to be moved over to your platform?

A: We try to perform all web site migrations ASAP. Yet, we don’t have a fixed time frame for website migrations.

There are several factors that you have to take into consideration – the very size of your site and the workload of our website migration team, etc.

We constantly strive to accomplish each migration in under 48 hours. With smaller–sized web sites, our team typically manages to finish in less than 24 hours.

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