That is running pretty slow.. I would not think it would have a negative impact, at the very least it might help moving to a new host because your site would load faster giving your visitors a much better viewing experience.
If you are moving hosting, copy your site to the new host and test it before closing your old hosting or changing nameservers. This prevents downtime or surprises with the new site (which could affect SEO). A good host should have a temporary URL even if you don't have any domains pointing to that host.
Just to clarify one thing: a few people have listed the steps to move host, one of them being to move the site to the new host's server.
That's right, although most hosts will do this for you, usually without charging for it. If they will, this is usually the most reliable way of making sure everything gets copied from Bluehost to the new hosting account. I'd ask any hosts you're considering about this before signing up, because it vastly simplifies the process from your end.
Thanks. Some one told me that when moved your hosting account to another must check new IP is not blocked on Google. If new hosting server IP have some issue so your ranking may be disturbed on Google. So is it true and what is logic behind it ?
Moving your entire account, testing it on the new server and then updating the DNS will have little or none affect on your SEO. I have migrated many websites and have an SEO background as well as 40 websites of my own that I had to do this with. Let me know if you have any other questions in particular to your issue. Hope this helps.