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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peeter, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. peeter

    peeter Newbie

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    hi i have godaddy domain name with EU region and today i have buy a hosting US for 1year i just have a simple question :
    how to use the new us host without install again wordpress..
    THANK YOU
     
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  3. peeter

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    Thank you for your help Treeofl1
     
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  5. Archemike

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    From my experience:

    I would definitely stay clear of Godaddy. They use a butchered version of cpanel that is called starlight technologies. They use some weird third party mySQL service that is difficult to configure, and they use a weird install of wordpress that is sort of sharded and thrown onto their weird hosting. I would highly recommend hostgator. They use cpanel and have a one click install. Just do that and copy over the schema and and change the wp-config file global vars to your db credentials and you're good to go. Hostgator is also based in Dallas so they are a middle point for the us so although not a cdn they are well placed. Feel free to message me if you have more intricate messages. Cheers.
     
  6. peeter

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    Thank you ;) i just make the export-import blog and working well :) .i have another website i'll search about Hostgator
     
  7. dinkish

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    If you're locked into a contract now with Godaddy for 1 year as of right this second, don't worry about it. Hopefully you won't see the numerous issues with it, and it'll work out fine.

    I'd use a different hosting service for other domains though for sure, even though it'll cost more than just upgrading with godaddy for additional add-on domains would.
     
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    If I were you I'd cut my loses and switch to a different hosting provider. My clients as well as myself have had nothing but bad experiences with Godaddy.

    If you're looking to migrate your Wordpress install, I'd recommend using backup buddy.