Thanks for your question about moving your website. The short answer is, yes, it is different. This is a little confusing but can be easily clarified once you understand the basic parts of a website and what you have to move.
First, when you set up a website it requires two things: 1) a web server - usually provided by a hosting service such as Web Hosting Hub, and 2) a domain name - normally registered a domain registrar. The domain name can be used at any web hosting service as long as it is "pointed" to that service. In some cases, such as Web Hosting Hub, the hosting service also provides a domain registration service. Also, remember that your website FILES are located on the web server.
So, knowing this information, if you want to move your website to another hosting service, you can do so by simply moving the files to that service. The domain NAME would need to be pointed to the hosting service. This is done by changing the name servers
or by using an A record in the DNS to point to the IP address of the web hosting server. It's much easier to simply change the nameservers. Please be aware that making any change in DNS (including the nameservers), then it may take up to 24 hours of domain propagation before the changes are recognized on the internet.
If you want to move your website to Web Hosting Hub, it is definitely possible as a Web Hosting Hub account can support multiple websites. Check out How to Migrate your site Web Hosting Hub
If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.