Dreamhost $77 Off Code – DREAM77

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I’m a huge fan of because their “Crazy Domain Insane” plan offers you:

  • 1 FREE domain registration
  • UNLIMITED domains hosted
  • UNLIMITED subdomains
  • 20 GB Disk space, 1 TB Transfer
  • 600 Mailboxes, 75 Shell/FTP Users

or… way more than you could possible use. I currently have four blogs hosted there and have never experienced a single problem with it. When you have this plan and feel like giving a new blog a whirl, just visit GoDaddy, register, and link it to your Dreamhost account and it’s ready to go. Also, they offer a one-click install of the latest version of WordPress, which makes getting your blog up and running that much easier (WordPress is what I use on every single blog I run).

With the code DREAM77, you can get $77 off their yearly rate for any plan they offer. When the monthly rate of the Crazy Domain Insane is a mere $7.95, it costs almost nothing to start up your site. Also, if you’re worried, don’t be – they offer a 97 day money back guarantee.

Also, I forgot to mention this earlier (slipped my mind) but for every signup I get $20 and you get $77. So it’s a good deal for everyone all around and I appreciate the support! Thanks!

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6 Responses to “Dreamhost $77 Off Code – DREAM77”

  1. ProHabber says:

    I will agree with you completely on the Dreamhost hosting. I use the same approach with keeping my domains at GoDaddy and my hosting at Dreamhost. After the huge discount coupon, the first year cost of this hosting is amazingly low. I currently have 6 domains pointed to my single hosting account with about 7 MySQL databases and I haven’t seen any trouble at all with the service. -Bryan

  2. Flexo says:

    I have about 20 domains hosted with Dreamhost (registered on godaddy)… but I have had problems with DH in the past. Sites/databases/email down (unplanned) at inconvenient times, usually… sometimes for as long as half an hour, and once in a while much longer. They’ve been back to their normal selves lately however, and that’s good.

  3. Jeremy says:

    Ditto with dreamhost. Best webhosting company I’ve used. I recently got an email that said in-effect: “We just noticed that you’ve been a dreamhost customer for 3 years. Thanks for your loyalty. Here’s a $20 credit on your account.”

    When I first signed up with them, it was for a small 500-MB Crazy Insane Domain account. In the year I had them (starting out), I went from 500-MB all the way to 2 GB. About a year ago, I re-signed up for the Monster plan, for 16 GB a month, then right afterwards they quadrupled it. So now I’m sitting almost at 70 GB of space and 1.5 TB a month of bandwidth transfer. Nice.

    Jeremy – linuxwebguy

  4. Joshua K says:

    I haven’t switched to DreamHost (just because I *hate* the switching process). I’ve been with which provides hosting for two domains, unlimited space, unlimited mysql database, unlimited email. For $40/yr, it’s a good deal. The limits are on bandwidth, I get about 8.5gb/month, which I haven’t come close to using (my site is rather image-minimal, but I plan to start taking advantage of images more). The other downside is no shell/ftp access. That seems like a major up for dreamhost, and I’ve been looking for a shell account for awhile. I may make the switch once my year’s up. Does anyone have any tips for transferring all the information? I have several databases. Does Dreamhost use CPanel or something like it? What are the reporting/statistics functions like?

  5. Flexo says:

    Dreamhost uses its own homegrown panel… not like CPanel at all, but it does have some nice one-click installation features for the untechnical. transferring mysql databases should be a pretty easy process… dump your data into a text file (or backup if you have phpMysqlAdmin) and create the new DB on dreamhost, then restore from your backup. They use analog 6.0 for their basic stats package but you can use any logfile analyzer you want.

  6. I agree with Flexo. I switched earlier this year and it was dead easy.

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