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For any business website, Website migration is one of the biggest challenges.

One of the main threats to fear website migrations by business owners is that there are so many steps that something can go wrong, especially when you are not having any experience with this process.
For Website migration, you must have a proper website migration plan.

Lack of preparation for Website migration can be a cause of disasters
to the website. It will be nearly unmanageable to get all of the things that could go wrong. One mistake does not allow you to restore the loss of ranking.
Website migrations are crucial to all website growth strategies, so itís of vital importance that the process goes easily.
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Website Migration is the most critical task. There are absolutely some consequences that make this quite messy sometimes.

Here are some more Website Migration are listed

1. Sometimes, there might be the possibility of data loss if you have not taken the backup of the website.
2. Also, chances for the loss of comments or other user activity during propagation time.
3. Sometimes, there might be files that take too much time to upload and download.
4. Sometimes, there are some Internal Server Errors due to the wrong file permissions set.
5. After the Website Migration process, there might be some configuration issues that need to face.
For successful Migration, always go with the best support team.
I would suggest you take advice from an expert before Website Migration.
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Cloud Hosting / What are the consequences of website migration to another hosting?
« Last post by Ritu on July 27, 2021, 05:24:49 PM »
I'm curious to know about what are the website migration consequences. While transferring the sites you will come across this thing: setting up DNS servers for a domain etc.

Like that, if you knew more consequences then write it down in the thread.
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Cloud Hosting / Re: What are the security benefits of cloud hosting?
« Last post by pravinD on July 05, 2021, 05:34:23 PM »
Yes, very rightly said.

Cloud Hosting gives protection and minimizes the risk against DDoS attacks. Cloud hosting provides the security benefits like Regulatory compliance, Flexibility, High Availability, Reliability, and Support.

Cloud hosting is the most advanced form of web hosting services.
It is one of the most secure forms of web hosting as well. Nowadays medium and large businesses are turning towards cloud hosting services
for a better performance of the website.

When it comes to cloud hosting, the security benefits are as follows

Data Security:

Cloud computing gives you greater security because your data is stored in the cloud, you can access it no matter what happens to your machine.
Since the resources of a cloud server are available from a number of physical machines,
cloud hosting users profit from extensive server redundancy.

Safety and security

You can check if your service provider complies with the standards and upgrades of the industry. Figure this out by getting in touch with their clients and get an idea about the frequency of updates for security. Also, ensure that your data is protected from viruses, malware, and phishing attacks.
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Web Hosting / Re: Comparing DirectAdmin and CPanel
« Last post by pravinD on June 25, 2021, 05:49:21 PM »
Thanks. With so much description, I can conclude that if you have low configurations server and you have skill, DirectAdmin is good choice but if you are going to use the server to host clients websites, cPanel is good choice. cPanel is more popular for end user and it has easy interface and widely used control panel.
DirectAdmin and cPanel are very similar, yet very different.

DirectAdmin is a graphical web-based web hosting control panel designed to form the administration of websites easier.

cPanel is a control dashboard that helps you manage your web hosting server using a web-based interface.

Both panels offer a clean, organized, modern GUI. Both are quite modern and facilitate server and domain management via a friendly, easy-to-use interface.

But DirectAdmin's interface seems to be a bit easier with regards to the number of ports and access levels.

cPanel is structured with two different interfaces operating on different ports, each serving different users with different privileges.
cPanel lacks the choice to manage everything in one interface.

At first glance, DirectAdmin's File Manager doesn't appear to have as many options as cPanel's, but many of these features become accessible via tooltips that appear once you are close to select a file or directory that you got to make changes to. So, don't let the simplicity of the display fool you because the features are tucked away nicely and intuitively displayed once you need them.


Cost should be considered along with side resources. Even before Chanel's recent price hikes, DirectAdmin was hardly an underdog. With the changes within the cPanel license costs, DirectAdmin is in an exceedingly prime position to take the lead.

several other factors why DirectAdmin won this comparison are :

1. DirectAdmin is one of the simplest control panels and functions as a light-weight option.

2. Easily build and control many web sites.

3. DirectAdmin features a user-friendly admin area.

4. DirectAdmin allows the acquisition of a Lifetime License that gives unlimited domain support, periodic control panel updates, and more.

5. It has practically had every feature you would like to set your website on a shared website hosting.


Before you decide on a panel, you want to know which option is best for your hosting needs. I hope all the above overviews assist you when checking out web panels to satisfy your personal or professional website management needs.
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Web Hosting / Re: Comparing DirectAdmin and CPanel
« Last post by Ritu on June 25, 2021, 12:29:59 PM »
DirectAdmin is a good choice if you have a low configuration server and skill, but cPanel is a good choice if you are going to use the server to host client websites. cPanel is more popular for end-user and it widely used control panel and has an easy interface.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: What is a Dwell Time?
« Last post by akshay on June 16, 2021, 11:49:50 AM »
In easy language Dwell time is referring as average time spent by the user on your website

Dwell time starts when someone clicks on your website to open it and leave it. So its dwell time duration is in between opening click and leaving. Less than two minutes is usually considered a poor dwell time.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: What is a Dwell Time?
« Last post by Keeran on June 15, 2021, 03:40:25 PM »
Dwell time is the length of time a person spends looking a web-page after they are clicked on clicked search Engine Links..

Dwell time is not a bounce rate.

Dwell time is not Click Through Rate.

Dwell time is canít impact your site this is show of improve user intent improve your web pages.
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SEO / Social Media Discussions / Re: What is a Dwell Time?
« Last post by Samantha on June 14, 2021, 04:03:20 PM »
Dwell Time is the amount of time passed in between when a user clicks on a search result (website) and then returns back to the search engine result pages (SERP).

A less than 5 second can be said to be a Short Dwell Time and can be an indicator of low-quality content on the search engine result pages.

A good Dwell Time can be said to be 1Ė2 minutes. A good Dwell Time is a boost for the website owner as it is an indicator of visitors reading their content.

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SEO / Social Media Discussions / What is a Dwell Time?
« Last post by Ritu on June 14, 2021, 03:48:10 PM »
This is a new concept for me, I don't know what is dwell time and is good for SEO? If anyone knows what is it then please explain it.

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