I usually try to do things that keep my wife happy and provide me with a quiet life, but sometimes an offer comes along that threatens to upset that delicate balance. You might wonder how website hosting and college football could ever possibly collide in a way that would create domestic friction, but you just don’t know my wife very well. We live in Georgia and are die-hard Bulldogs fans, which basically mean that any mention of the Florida Gators is completely forbidden in our home. That has been easy to maintain up to this point, but it all went south the moment I received a Hostgator coupon code that was simply too good to turn down.
I have a pretty nice collection of WordPress templates that I have been looking to upload and use as part of my dream of becoming the next great internet marketer. The sticking point for me has always been the costs associated with hosting all of those different sites. You can imagine my surprise when I saw that Hostgator not only made uploading WordPress sites a snap, but also had a hosting plan that delivered unlimited domains, disk space, and bandwidth. Best of all, with my Hostgator coupon code, I was able to get 25% off the recommended price which would leave me paying less than $6.50 per month. I informed my wife of this great offer, only to be met with a glare that always means I am in trouble. It appears that the “gator” part of Hostgator was causing her more than a little grief.
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Thankfully we have an incredibly comfortable couch, so I went ahead and took advantage of the offer, which really was too good to pass up. My biggest concern at this point was how long it was going to take me to get into the C-panel section of Hostgator and upload all of those sites. I figured I’d have to give up and entire weekend to make sure that every site was properly installed and bug free, which was fine since my wife had planned a girl’s night out, to which I obviously was not invited. I wore my lucky Bulldogs hoodie as an show of good faith, which actually seemed to calm her down a little as she was heading out the door and set about the monumental task of setting up all those sites.
I had 10 websites up and running in less than an hour, and all 25 of my sites installed in under 3 hours. No, I am not some sort of tech wizard, but I am good at listening, which is why the Hotgator video that showed how to use Quick Install for WordPress helped me finish in such a timely fashion. It really was incredibly fast and simple, and also allowed me to get back in good graces with the wife. I told her that the Bulldog power was simply too much for the gator, which was why I was able to get the work done so quickly. It also helped that I created a WordPress site devoted solely to all things Georgia Bulldogs.