16 Jan cPanel Sucks | How To Transfer To Cloudways | WordPress Tutorial 2020 | Cloudways Setup Tutorial
#hostgator -> MoneyGator – You know you have expectations from a hosting company to offer you hosting for your sites in exchange for your money, I mean that would be the right thing but not here after you spent tens of thousands of dollar with development to create a cool site this guys will fuck it up will just hand your account to an unkown person and hold your site hostage and this is where the extortion beginning and waste of time and money. Not worth it go to another company and be done with it. John, Canada, stave
But now cPanel is outdated, confusing, and a total cash-grab, with constant upsells, cross-sells, and trying to get money for the most basic features (like an SSL certificate, email services, basic security services).
Instead, Cloudways provides a simple click and go server setup and management, that I’ve been personally using for the last 3-4 years.
Furthermore, Cloudways is great for Affiliate advertisers who need quick setup-and-go wordpress websites (as well as simple HTML landers), while ONLY getting charged for the time that you use (pay per minute).
AND for wordpress website owners who need to easily increase the performance on their server, and decrease their performance with the click of a button.
In this tutorial, I show the CORRECT process of transferring from cPanel (and most hosting providers), to Cloudways (including Cloudflare integration).
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In this guide:
1) Cloudways Benefits for Affiliates & WordPress Website Owners (0:23)
2) Why Hostgator / cPanel is confusing and a cashgrab (1:57)
3) Benefits of Cloudways (2:39)
4) Setup Cloudways server + website (3:45)
5) Easily Transfer wordpress from Hostgator / cPanel (6:11)
6) Attach Cloudflare for Performance & Security (9:20)
7) Change Domain Name Servers to cloudflare (11:42)
8) Attach a Free SSL Certificate to Domain (13:40)
9) Conclusion (15:05)
10) The CORRECT Way to Start A WordPress Website: