Hosting Migration

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Effective March 15, 2020, eCreations will no longer be offering website or email hosting.

In efforts to continue offering our concierge-style services, we have partnered with a2 Hosting for easy migration of our current hosting and email clients.

a2 Hosting offers fast and reliable hosting solutions using the same industry standard control panel (cPanel) that our clients are familiar with.

a2’s 24/7/365 support staff, along side of their expert system administrators keep servers running at their peak. They use industry best practices, the best data centers and ensure that the servers have the latest security patches. They commit to websites being up over 99.9% of the time.

a2 Hosting has been around since 2001 and has earned PCMagazine’s Editors Choice Award for 2019.

While a2 Hosting is great for any website, including those running WordPress & WooCommerce, if you need something more robust and in a segmented environment, we also offer enterprise-level hosting plans specifically optimized for WordPress that run on the Google Cloud Platform with Google’s Cloud CDN (Content Delivery Network) and Google’s Cloud DNS.  For more information on our customized WordPress and WooCommerce hosting plans, please contact us.

 

We’re here to assist in any way we can, so if a call would be better for you, please schedule a time.

 

What action needs to be taken?

Clients need to migrate their website and email accounts to another hosting provider by March 1, 2020.
We recommend a2 Hosting, but clients are free to choose any hosting provider they desire.  For the easiest migration and transfer with little or no downtime, look for hosting providers that include cPanel as their control panel.  For additional information, or to begin reviewing options, HostingAdvice.com has come up with a list of “2019’s Best “cPanel Hosting” Providers“.  Hosting providers typically offer free migration – especially when it’s a cPanel to cPanel transfer.

Domain Names need to be pointed to the new hosting provider’s servers by March 1, 2020.
Once the migration of the website and email accounts is complete, the domain name needs to be pointed to the new hosting provider’s name servers.  Again, most providers will assist you with this, but you are able to manage your domain name at the registrar level.  The domain name does NOT need to be transferred or moved from the registrar – they simply need to point to the new name servers (NS).

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