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how to migrate from Godaddy to cPanel Hosting

Discussion in 'Migrate to cPanel' started by aamir_sen, Sep 13, 2012.

  1. aamir_sen

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    how to migrate from Godaddy to Cpanel Hosting? please Reply as soon as possible as i am fedup with Godaddy
     
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    Hello :)

    cPanel does not offer web hosting. Instead, we develop the software (cPanel/WHM) that many web hosting companies use. You can find a list of our partners on the following page:

    cPanel Partners

    Thank you.
     
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    aamir_sen,

    I am sorry to hear you no longer wish to host with Go Daddy. To be able to migrate your content you will want to first backup any databases you may have on your hosting account.

    To Back up a Database

    Log in to your Account Manager.
    Click Web Hosting.
    Next to the hosting account you want to use, click Launch.
    In the Databases section of the Hosting Control Center, click the icon for the type of database you want to backup.
    Click the edit (pencil) icon next to the database you would like to back up to open its edit features.
    Click the Backup icon in the menu bar.
    Click OK to backup your database.

    Once you have your databases backed up you can download your web content and databases backups via FTP.
     
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    for people without computer skills, there is an easy, simple and easy way to escape goddady?
     
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    You can host your website with any hosting company that you want to, and there are numerous options available. Some companies will offer to help you move your website to their server, so make sure to ask about that before you agree to purchase a hosting plan. Asking about it ahead of time will help prevent any potential compatibility issues, access issues, etc.

    cPanel creates software that runs the web server, we don't do any hosting ourselves. You may find our Partner list helpful in your search for a new web hosting company: cPanel Hosting Partner Directory.

    So, in summary:

    1) Do some research on other companies.
    2) Talk to them via e-mail, web chat, or over the phone, and explain to them what you need. Once you find a company that is satisfactory, they will guide you through the process from there.
     
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