Sitecore to WordPress Migration Service
Why do you need to migrate from Sitecore to WordPress?
Well, as popular as WordPress is, you must have second thoughts about it as to whether it will be able to fulfill the aspects Sitecore provides. There are 1.88 billion websites in the world & 42% are on WordPress; whether small or giant enterprises, WordPress is their primary choice over Sitecore. Presenting you some comparisons can remove all your second thoughts about Sitecore to WordPress Migration.
Benefits of choosing WordPress over Sitecore
Why choose an expensive & technical CMS like Sitecore when you have a free, cost-effective & most popular CMS right in front of you? It's WordPress! 40% of all websites on the Internet are made on WordPress. There have to be some solid reasons for it. Right? Let us look at why you should migrate from Sitecore to WordPress
Why Choose Seahawk as Your Sitecore to WordPress Migration Agency?
Seahawk is dedicated & passionate about WordPress. We are fully white-label WordPress service providers and have worked with 1000+ businesses.
Our approach for Sitecore to WordPress Migration
Here's our 5-step strategy for your Sitecore to WordPress migration
We will consult you regarding the entire process after understanding your requirements & goals of the business. Here you will know all the hows & whys to Sitecore to WordPress migration.
Next, we will frame a migration plan for you as per your requirements and in accordance with your previous website's features.
We'll start the Sitecore migration to WordPress with all the data. Don't worry; we'll take a backup before the final transition.
Our WordPress experts will ensure your new website fits your business's requirements. It's time to deliver the project.
Delivering the project is not the end of our partnership. We are here to extend our support for your website's further needs. From maintenance to high performance, we'll ensure everything is done smoothly.
To get started, fill out our form and tell us about your project. Connect with us today and have your Sitecore to WordPress migration project completed with peace of mind!
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Here are some points you should consider when taking this decision
- Are you paying too much for the CMS?
- Are you facing difficulties with backend management?
- Is it that your website doesn’t meet the requirements of your business?
- Any other problem with website operation?
If you answered yes to these questions, it’s time to migrate your website from Sitecore to WordPress.
Still not sure? Contact us & we’ll audit your website and provide suggestions & solutions.
We store the Sitecore database backup on our server, and thus, the site won’t go down anytime. Once the migration is complete, we’ll move WordPress to your server.
It depends on the functionalities and size of your current website & data. The more complex the data is, the more time it might take with Sitecore to WordPress migration.
Your current website will be live through the entire migration process. Your Sitecore to WordPress migration will happen without touching the existing website.
The cost depends on the factors like the size & complexity of the website. We will evaluate your website & requirements thoroughly and let you know.
Data security is our top priority & we take every precaution during the Sitecore to WordPress migration of your website. Your data will be 100% safe with us during the entire process. So, you need not worry about data security.
It’s not necessary if your current hosting provider is compatible with WordPress in terms of performance & usability. If there are even minor issues, you should switch to new hosting providers that are 100% compatible with WordPress, especially for enterprise-level businesses.
We’ll help you with that if you decide to switch. We have partnered with the top WordPress web hosting companies and can vouch for their services. Additionally, we also provide retention services to the web hosting providers, which helps their customers with any issue on the website. This collaboration is a win-win on all ends.