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The Time My Website Went Down

The Time My Website Went Down

A few weeks ago my website, after many hackers and random unauthorized users dismantled my blog, I was faced with several choices. I am needing to switch hosting, secure my website and still grow a following. As it stood I felt when I had things finally up and running things were running properly. After several calls and time, I was able to get my site back up and running. Three things I learned during this process.

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Patience: I need more patience. As codes and data were being transferred over I got impatient and started making changes to my website to make it more visually appealing. When I did that, files and data were not transferred over properly and I ended up having to make several calls to fix it. Let’s just say after this process I will make and save more time to let things load.

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Growing followers: Though I wasn’t growing my following on my website. I still had my other social media to grow followings. So while the site was down I put energy in to still providing content to those different social media.

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Thank goodness for Backups: when migrating a website over to a different host or even building one from scratch I had to remember to set up automatic back up just in case. This saved me from having to start from scratch.

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As it is I am grateful to have gone through this interesting ordeal. I get can get back to blogging and sharing more of my adventures! Thank you all for your support! You rock!

“Ya gotta do what ya gotta do.”

Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) Rocky IV screenplay

What is something you learned from your biggest setback?

Check out my videos on youtube for my mental process on this whole situation.

Vent it out, preserve and keep moving forward!

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Keep kicking and smiling! – TJ Banski

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