I Got Hacked – BAD!
Let me take you back to the start of my blogging world which actually takes you back to my dear wife Rachel’s blog Vintage Folly about 8/9 years ago. Vintage Folly is no more and nearly Corporate Dad, Marvellous Mrs P, my business sites and this glorious blog was about to be lost to hackers determined to re-direct our visitors, corrupt our files, and our blogging hosts didn’t want to know about it.
We were literally considering giving everything up for good. All those years spent building, sharing our thoughts and dreams, lost in an instant, not knowing how and what to do that’ll actually work.
We met 34SP at BlogOn in 2018 and it was the usual meeting with any hosting provider. Let me show you how it went.
We can sort your website
We’ll get rid off all the malware
We’ll have you up and running very quickly
It won’t cost you anything to transfer and you can get a free trial.
I can’t remember much past that!
They Went and Did What They Said They Were Going to Do!
I’m not being paid to write this but they bloody went and done it. All of it! I had someone called Keith ask me for my server details and he did the rest. On transfer they cleaned all of the websites, it wasn’t a pain in the backside (apart from me not telling them about a subdomain whops!), and it was all done in staged moments throughout the week. Oh without me losing anything!
I’m not joking they saved my sanity, hundreds if not thousands of pounds worth of additional costs and most of all the websites are running a dream.
They’re running so fast I can make the website look like I want to. Image driven gorgeousness!
Thank Your 34SP.com
We owe you a lot and I want to say a massive thank you to Liam, Daniel, Alex and of Course Keith. Thank you for BlogOn for inviting them to attend the awesome event the first time and saving my blogging life. Literal blog saving but most of all, keeping the business websites up, working and keeping food on the table.
This was not a paid for article, I bloody love these guys! Please share the article with anyone looking for hosting support and advice.