'Wix to WordPress' conversion service
Do you have a Wix website that you want to move over to WordPress? A drag-and-drop builder which lets you easily create simple sites, Wix is a popular choice among do-it-yourselfers. It is easy to use and manage but also quite limited in functionality. If you need extra features for your website, it can also become rather costly. Migrating your site from one CMS to another is not just a matter of moving over the content. It is indeed building a brand-new website from scratch.
Our panel of experts will assume the task of converting your current ‘Wix to WordPress’ website. This service is among the top five WordPress Conversion Service at Wordune.
At the end of the ‘Wix to WordPress’ migration, we advise using WordPress Maintenance and Support service.
Motives to migrate from 'Wix to WordPress'/'Wix to Elementor'
Ownership: Unlike WordPress, when you use the Wix platform, you don’t own your website, hosting, domain name, or content.
Design Options: Using Wix, you have around 500 HTML templates containing code that is not editable. WordPress.org has over 10,000 themes and lots of premium themes.
Flexibility: Wix provides a basic ready-made platform, which limits your site in many ways. WordPress is open source and can be fully customized to fit your specific needs.
Search Engine Optimization: While Wix sites can undoubtedly be SEO-friendly if set up correctly, WordPress offers amazing SEO plugins (Yoast SEO, Rankmath, etc.) that can help optimize your site and its content.
Plugins and Apps: Wix currently offers a couple hundred free and premium applications in their app market. Search for WordPress plugins repository by yourself!
Plugins and platforms we use in our ‘Wix to WordPress’ conversion service include, but are not limited to, Elementor, WPBakery, WooCommerce, ACF, Bootstrap, Sass, Gravity Forms, MySQL, jQuery, etc.
1. Like all websites, you will need web hosting. This is where your website files are stored on the internet. Initially, the cost is around $3-$10 per month.
2. You will need to install WordPress. Luckily most popular WordPress hosting companies offer one-click WordPress installation options. For more details, you can also follow our helpful services, such as WordPress Content Management.
3. You are responsible for updates. You can easily update your WordPress site by simply clicking on the update button (one-click), so it’s not too much work. To avoid conflict during other plugin updates, we can help you with WordPress updates through our WordPress Maintenance and Support service.
4. You are responsible for backups. Thankfully, tons of WordPress backup plugins let you set up automatic backups, or you may use our WordPress Content Management service.
Wix: Basic SEO functionality, with advanced features included via site booster on the unlimited plan or higher.
WordPress: Basic SEO tools, with plugins such as Yoast or Rankmath, free and premium plans.
'Wix to WordPress' service achievements
'Wix to WordPress' project steps
Inspecting your Wix website
'Wix to WordPress' cost and timing
Migrating 'Wix to WordPress' starts
SEO checks and QA testing
Final tune-ups. Hallo WordPress!
They all trusted us!
Great and professional service when converting our website design to WordPress! Quick to respond, good communication and high quality work.. Recommended.
Working with Wordune has been a great experience. Any request that I’ve made has always been completed in a timely fashion and at a very reasonable price. Their team works in unison to provide a seamless white glove experience. I highly recommend!
I askwe Wordune to make a project for me (it was a conversion from a Wp-Bakery site to an Elementor one). I was afraid that the work could not be satisfying, with lots of bugs and so on. I have to say they made a great job, and they were always available to fix the small issues that are normal in such a job. Assistance is quick, price is good and they give you the sensation to be always ready to work good and assist you for every kind of trouble. I am sure that I will work again with Wordune. It was a nice surprise.