I will do wordpress migration and domain name or clone and move the wordpress site data

About this gig:

Want to move your website from one domain to another?

Then my gig offers are for you

I have over a year of experience in WordPress and will move your site to another domain with a very sharp intellect and change the domain name. I will work according to your needs you can message me if you have any needs.

I value your time and money, I will do my best for you. Your satisfaction is my first Commitment

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1. WordPress Migration: How to Move Your Site to a New Domain Name

The easiest way to transition from one domain name to another is to clone your WordPress site and move the data from one server to another. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to do this with a free plugin called Duplicator and some simple file manipulation. We’ll also cover how to redirect traffic from your old domain name to your new one so that people can still find you on Google and other search engines after you make the switch. All of these steps are completely free and require no coding skills!

2. Migrating your Database

WordPress will migrate your database for you. All you have to do is activate your new domain name and go into your WordPress dashboard; under Settings, select General and click on Save Changes. The process may take some time depending on how large your website is, but once it’s done, anyone visiting your old site will automatically be redirected to your new one. Don’t worry about losing traffic from search engines during the migration process because WordPress will 301 redirect all of those visitors over to your new site automatically.

3. Migrating your Files

If you have your site on a subdomain, you’ll need to move your files. To do so, log in to your cPanel account. In that area of your hosting account, you’ll see something called File Manager. Once you’re in that section, find and click on the Public_html folder and then upload all of your files (document root) into it by dragging them over or clicking the upload button in the File Manager window.

4. Migrating Using a plugin

It’s important that you choose the right plugin for your WordPress migration.
There are dozens of free and paid WordPress plugins, each with different features and price points. Of course, if you’re not tech-savvy, it can be hard to know which one will suit your needs best. Fortunately, some basic research into popular migration tools should help you figure out which ones are worth trying. Just make sure you get input from an experienced developer before choosing one; otherwise, migrating could mean losing data or time spent troubleshooting with no end in sight.

5. Migrating with FTP client

If you’re moving your site to a new domain name (which is pretty much always what you should do), start by connecting your computer using an FTP client like FileZilla. Most web hosts provide some sort of cPanel tool that allows you to connect directly through FTP, but FileZilla offers more features—and it’s free. If you don’t have it already, download and install FileZilla on your computer before getting started.

6. After moving your WordPress blog/site, you should protect it from being hacked.

WordPress Migrations (Domain and Data) are done quickly and efficiently, every time.
A large part of that is in your ability to see things step-by-step—the same way we migrated your site in the first place. If you’re interested in moving your site over from one domain name or hosting company, give us a call or contact us today for more information on how WordPress migrations work—and how we can help you do them more effectively.

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