DigitalOcean clearly shook ground under the
cloud hosting industry, and within three years since its initial launch, it has managed to
compete with services like the Amazon, Linode, Rackspace and other well-known cloud hosting
companies out there. It’s truly a spectacular service and while
many people are debating whether there is a catch or not. There is no catch here and
it is just pure awesome cloud hosting service powered by SSD drives, it’s literally making
everything fly! DigitalOcean even providing free credit to
new users of $10. Go through the link provided here in the description of this video to claim
$10 DigitalOcean Credit using Coupon code. Creating an Account with DigitalOcean hardly
takes 55 seconds. Headover to Digital Ocean Homepage from the link from here in the description
of this video and enter the details like email and password by selecting the signup button
at the top right corner. Rest of the details will be mailed to you.
You’re instantly directed to your settings page after the initial signup, and your account
is pretty much ready to go, all that is left is adding some funds through the billing settings.
Use the Coupon code here and complete paying the initial amount say like $5. This credit
will be added to free credit and will be shown here in the billing section within few minutes.
For the cost of $5, user will get Dedicated IP, 512MB of RAM which is really a great feature.
All Shared Hosting WordPress users should consider this. Check out this Price Comparison
Chart. Creating droplet in DigitalOcean is really
very easy. After completing the verification process of the account, move ahead and click
on Create. Enter the Droplet Name, Size, Data center, Operating System and hit Create. All
the droplet details will be mailed instantly which can be used to configure the droplet.
For those of you, who don’t know how to configure or install WordPress on DigitalOcean
then we are here for you. We are offering services like Installing WordPress
Blog on Single Droplet, Installing Multiple WordPress Blogs on Single Droplet and migrating
your blog from other hosting to DigitalOcean. Check out the link provided right below the
description of this video for more information. DigitalOcean is clearly a great and cheap
way to start experimenting with the cloud. Just try it and I’m sure you will move all
of your sites and client sites to DigitalOcean. Hope this tutorial helped you in taking right
decision whether to go with DigitalOcean or not. If you have any queries, feel free to
ask me. Have a nice day.