How to create MySQL Database in CPanel, so That You Can Install All Your Applications

Why MySQL is Important:


Software applications like WordPress, forums, image gallery and many of the most amazing free open source software uses MySQL database, as a place holder, to store information, to give you that interactive look and feel, and to store your settings and information for future use.

Any software application - will need to store data such as user information. Posts, Pages, Categories, and Tags, all are stored in a mysql database.

Anytime,  you are trying to create any kind of web application, you will need to setup a database, and knowing how to create a MySQL database, is a must know skill.
Knowing how to create and manage MySQL database in your CPanel account, will help you, to get more power, and influence, because you will be in charge of all aspects of your web hosting account, also, you will be able to get things done more quickly, since you don't have to wait for a professional web designer, or programmer to do it for you, and charge an hourly rate, because you will be able
to do it yourself, in a matter of minutes.
Also you will be more liked and respected, because you will be able to do things so quickly, and implement, your projects so fast, which will lead to more followers and consumers to your product or service.

MySQL database is important because of the following reasons:

1) It comes free and included with your cPanel Account
2) One of the most reliable databases in the world. Many of the World's most famous applications
utilize MySQL in its back-end
3) it is very easy to create and manage inside your CPanel account

What is a MySQL Database:

I know I am kind off getting technical on you, but I think you knowing what a database is, will be very helpful to understand, why they are useful, and how they can help you with your business. The analogy below, will make it easier to know what a database is, and what MySQL is.

Essentially, where computers are concerned, a database is a just collection of data. Specialized database software, like MySQL, are just programs that lets you store and retrieve that data as efficiently as possible.

A little analogy may help make it clearer why we use specialized database software. Think about the documents stored on your computer. If you were to save all your documents using a (brain-dead) file naming scheme like "1.doc", "2.doc", "3.doc", ... "9999999.doc" (etc), you will eventually face a problem of finding the right file if you're looking for a specific document. For example, if you're looking for a business proposal you made some time ago to XYZ Company, which file should you open? One way is to sequentially check every single file, starting from "1.doc", till you get the right data. But this is obviously a highly inefficient method of getting the right file. And it's primarily the result of a highly inefficient method of storing your data (ie, saving your files) in the first place.

Now, this is of course a ridiculous example. I mean, no one I know saves files with names like these, and even if so, there are many search software that can help you locate the correct file without your having to manually open every single one in sequence. But it serves to make the point that once you have a lot of data, if you don't have a good system of organizing ("organizing" in American English) it, finding the correct piece of data is a very time consuming operation. And it becomes more time consuming as the amount of data grows.

With such database software, if you (say) keep a list of customers and their shipping addresses, entering and retrieving information about your one millionth customer will not take much longer (if at all) than entering and retrieving information about your 1st customer.

How to create the MySQL Database, the Right and Easy WAY:

Inside this video and in under 4 min......I show you exactly, how quickly and easily you can create a MySQL database using your CPanel account, how to choose the right database name, along with the database users. Those database users, will be able acting like the middle layer between your application, and your database.

Also...if you no longer need a database, I will show you how to delete the database, and how to delete users, so you can free up space, on your CPanel account, and also, if you no longer need that database data, so you delete and destroy this data for good.

Final Thoughts:

So, as you can see it is very easy to configure and create new databases in your cPanel Account.
In this video, I am going to show you everything from A-Z. And You will be creating your own database in a matter of minutes.
Knowing how to manage the database, will be helpful in some of the advanced WordPress Settings.

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