My own site migration

I have been using Green Geeks as a web host for 3 years now and really, I was completely fine with them. I had a few technical issues over the years but they were always available by chat and always fixed things right away or at least gave me straight answers. The only thing I didn’t like was that they made a change to their email forwarding so it was either impossible to forward emails (like to, or it was a huge hassle, I don’t really remember which. I never got notification that my emails weren’t getting forwarded but figured it out when I was trying to add one. I ended up having to go with all gmail accounts.
OK, I could deal with that.
Anyway, I knew I was on a reduced rate 3 year plan that was going to end and I had started shopping around. I had paid a little over $200 for 3 years.
Separate from this, I had set up my wife on a Bluehost account for her business that was separate for accounting purposes, but one morning I woke up to an invoice from them for over $600 to keep going, so I immediately dropped them, migrated her WordPress site over to my GreenGeeks account for free, and was done. Not long after that, I got another invoice from Greengeeks for more than $500 to keep going, so I knew it was finally time to migrate to a new host.
I looked around, checked out a bunch of reviews, and decided on Hostinger. They had a killer special going for $107 for 4 years + 3 months free for unlimited sites so I jumped on it.
The bottom line is that for $107, I got the same product that would have cost me $1100+, but with and additional 15 months.
I tried to sign up for an affiliate link from Hostinger but got denied for some reason. Screw them, I’ll just say that it pays to shop around, and it pays to be able to migrate your sites to whomever has the best deal.
If you are interested in getting the best deal on your hosting, give me a call, I’ll find the deal and migrate your site(s) for you.