It’s time to break free from shared hosting to your own VPS. You can get one for about the same price or less than what you are paying for shared hosting.
If you find that the only time you need tech support on shared hosting, is when they mess things up, then this video and worksheet is for you.
Having a VPS is more to learn, but if you are willing to learn, it is so, so much better.
Download the worksheet at
Go to to save money off your first invoice. (Currently $100 in credit over 60 days.
60 days after the credit was added, any remaining credit will be zeroed out. If you continue to use the paid services after the 60
days your credit card will be charged at the beginning of the following month.). I will get credit for it, thus I might get a referral credit.
After 10 years of shared web hosting I made the switch to Digital Ocean VPS, and I really like it so much. I will never go back to shared hosting. This is so much better.
If you are new to website building, then this is not for you. Shared hosting is good for beginners.
Follow the worksheet and video. You will need both.
A Virtual Private Server does take more responsibility. If you are not responsible, this is not for you.
This tutorial includes e-mail, website, phpmyadmin, fail2ban, ftp, tmux, firewall, apache, php, logrotate, crons, letsencrypt, dovecot, postfix, DKIM, and more.
You might also be interested in my video of my Linux operating system that I built: