This is a really simple job for someone who knows how to create a full site backup in cpanel, ftp backup to a new hosting company, change dns to point to new IP/DNS and write and follow up with support tickets when needed to accomplish successful site migration to a new hosting company.
This task is to fully migrate 70 web site accounts as "add-on" accounts to a new host containing 30 cpanel accounts. You will be provided instructions as to which of the 30 cpanel accounts will contain which add-on accounts. These websites are mostly wordpress blogs. You will backup the sites, move the backups to a new host server account, request to new host to fully restore the backup and once restore is complete, then change the DNS at registrar to point to the new site. You will also create 30 DNS names, using primary cpanel account name at registrar. Finally you will test site and run [url removed, login to view] to determine the success of site transfer to new host from old host.
You will then keep a spreadsheet of the following (this is not optional, if this is not done you do not get paid): site name, backup restored yes/no, site files exist yes/no, new ip, new dns, [url removed, login to view] checked yes/no, completed yes/no.
You will also manage any support tickets and communications from existing host (whereby the site might not be reachable or to obtain a full backup if needed) and you will maintain support communications with the new host (to fully restore backup or any IP or DNS issues) and you will manage all the registrar entries and changes and updates.
Need this completed within a week as the technology allows. It is expected that you work with no supervision other than to ask us questions for clarity on task or login credentials. We will not train you how to do this position. It is also expected that the sites load properly and if any plugins need installation at the hosting company you would follow up and manage to solution (the hosting company has already qualified for server requirements though so this should not be an issue).
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