Domain name and web server change

Domain name and web server change
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Domain name and web server change

Domain name and web server change
Domain name and web server change

Today’s news are: I bought the domain name: and I hosted it at (all of my domains are hosted there).

Now I’m thinking about possible problems before my DNS is activated:

  • what’s going to happen’ to all the links to specific pages from my blogs and other web sites?
  • how do I retain my visitors?
  • should I consider running my blog on blogger parralel to my new site at the same time for a while?
  • do I have to change my blog design and improve it?

I really don’t know what will happen after I transfer my blog to new domain… and I’m kinda’ afraid of the whole procedure!

When I started this blog I didn’t dream that I will have 2000+ visitors daily after only 5 months… and I didn’t consider any other domain name or web hosting but this one at…

As I juggle various tasks, including serving as backup for my friend, managing this web server transition, crafting new free Photoshop brushes, and tackling numerous other responsibilities, I invite you to explore my photography web to catch up on all the latest happenings!

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5 thoughts on “Domain name and web server change

  1. recently i switched form one space to another , it was quite easy as you can export all the posts form one and save a file , which is uploaded to the other servers wordpress. if you need further help let me know 🙂

  2. cant do much about it as blogger comes in between 🙁 that is why i started blogger account and realized that it is not convenient in the long run. neway i would suggest putting a redirect , i think you can do it from the domain provider there is an option to forward , also chk with your hosting provider .

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