1. Install and activate the Migrate Guru plugin on your source (original) site.

  2. Make sure you have a domain to migrate your site to on Bluehost, and that you have WordPress installed on this domain.

  3. On your source site, navigate to the Migrate Guru plugin and select 'Bluehost' from the list of hosts.

  4. Once you select Bluehost, you should see the following form:

  5. In this form, enter the URL of your destination site–– This is the URL to which Migrate Guru will move your site.

  6. To fill up the rest of the form, you will need your destination server's IP address, cPanel username,and cPanel password.
    To find these details, please follow the steps below: 
    1. Your Bluehost cPanel username is either: 
      1. Your domain name, without the 'www' OR 
      2. The contact email address associated with your Bluehost account.

        [Note: When you first signed up to Bluehost, you would have received an email with the subject 'Welcome to Bluehost', which also contains your cPanel username.]

    2. Your cPanel password is usually set when signing up for your hosting service. It is the same password you use to login to your BlueHost account.
      [If you've forgotten your password, click on the 'forgot password' link from the login page. Bluehost will then mail you a password reset link, which you can use to set a new password.]

    3. For your IP Address, login to your Bluehost account, and in the menu bar at the top of the page, Click on 'Hosting', and choose 'cPanel'.

    4. Once you do this, you will find the IP address in the left hand bar.

  7. Once you have the domain's FTP details, fill them up in the Migrate Guru form.

  8. If your site is HTTP Authenticated, click on 'Advanced Options'.

  9. Once you've completed filling up the form, click on 'Migrate'. You'll then be sent email notifications about the progress of migrations. You will also be taken to a screen that portrays the real-time progress of your migration.

  10. You will also be notified once your migration is complete.