How To Migrate Website From One Hosting To Another Hosting

I have got so many times in my Facebook group is how to migrate website from one hosting to another. Before going to the post if you have not joined our Facebook group then don’t forget to join the group to get help from pro bloggers.

I have recently migrate in my website from SiteGround to Hostinger. I have created a detailed post on Hostinger. Why I have choosen this hosting after SiteGround.If you want to know best hosting platforms of 2020 then do not forget to check this post Best Hosting ProvidersI hope this post will help you out to decide which hosting you will use for renewal.

How to migrate website from one hosting to another:

I will use for screenshot so that you will get an idea how you can migrate your site without losing any data. In most of the cases hosting providers give you free site migration option. In have got it in Hostinger for free.But after one hour I saw that the migration process not completed.

So I decided to go for manual site migration. So to migrate your website, follow the steps.

Go to your site’s dashboard and click on plugin section.

Now search updraft. Then you will find so many backup plugins. Install first plugin.Then go to updraft settings. Now click on settings option. Now select backup schedule time as per your choose. Then choose Google drive to upload and save your backups. Now click on save changes. Then you will get a pop up.

Click on Authorize option and authorise updraft with Google drive. You have successfully completed all the things now. Now click on backup option and create a backup.

Now go to your domain provider and change nameservers with new hosting nameservers.

Now go to your new hosting. Then add your domain. Now go to SSL option and install SSL. You will get free SSL in Hostinger, SiteGround, A2Hosting, GreenGreeks, Bluehost. Choose any of them. GreenGreeks is really amuzing for bloggers.

Now click on auto installer in your hosting Cpanel and choose WordPress and install WordPress.

Now go your site dashboard and click on add plugin. Now add and install updraft backup Plugin. Now Authorise updraft with your Google drive. Then refresh your dashboard and you will see all your backups.

Click on the restore option to get back all your data.

got so many times in my Facebook group is how to migrate website from one hosting to another. Before going to the post if you have not joined our Facebook group then don’t forget to join the group to get help from pro bloggers.I have recently migrate in my website from Siteground to Hostinger. I have created a detailed post on Hostinger.

Why I have choosen this hosting after SiteGround. If you want to know best hosting platforms of 2020 then do not forget to check this post Best Hosting ProvidersI hope this post will help you out to decide which hosting you will use for renewal.

How to migrate website from one hosting to another:I will use for screenshot so that you will get an idea how you can migrate your site without losing any data. In most of the cases hosting providers give you free site migration option. In have got it in Hostinger for free.

But after one hour I saw that the migration process not completed. So I decided to go for manual site migration. So to migrate your website, follow the steps. Go to your site’s dashboard and click on plugin section. Now search updraft. Then you will find so many backup plugins. Install first plugin.

Then go to updraft settings. Now click on settings option. Now select backup schedule time as per your choose. Then choose Google drive to upload and save your backups. Now click on save changes.

Then you will get a pop up. Click on Authorise option and authorise updraft with Google drive. You have successfully completed all the things now. Now click on backup option and create a backup.

Now go to your domain provider and change name servers with new hosting name servers. Now go to your new hosting. Then add your domain. Now go to SSL option and install SSL. You will get free SSL in Hostinger, SiteGround, A2Hosting, GreenGreeks, BlueHost.

Choose any of them. GreenGreeks is really amazing for bloggers. Now click on auto installer in your hosting cpanel and choose WordPress and install WordPress. Now go your site dashboard and click on add plugin. Now add and install updraft backup Plugin. Now Authorise updraft with your Google drive. Then refresh your dashboard and you will see all your backups. Click on the restore option to get back all your data.