There are many reasons to use WordPress as the foundation for your websites. You can easily set it up as a static website or in the blog format where you have exerpts of your recent blog posts on your main page which usually links to additional categories of blog posts. The best reason to set up wordpress as your website is that it is already formatted to be indexed properly in Google and it is very easy to set up.
- Easy to set up
- Easy to use
- Easy to customize
- Can Be in blog format
- Can set up in Static format
- Basically optimized and ready to go
My tutorial will show you how to set up a wordpress website in a matter of minutes. It is super easy, I promise!
It is so easy to just get started. You hear me saying that all the time. Don’t worry too much about the domain name, keyword research or anything at this point. If you don’t have a niche website idea right now, think of a passion or just create a blog for relatives to check out. This will at least get you started with building a blog and learning how the software works.
So pick a name, get hosting and install your wordpress blog. Last time I checked, Blue Host gives you a free domain name when you sign up for their hosting. I use blue host and they have very reliable and fast servers. Check them out by going to: MyBlueHosting.Com
If you have a good idea of the niche you would like to target and you have done your keyword research, then get the domain and get it built. You will be on your way in no time at all!
In my upcoming tutorials I am going to create a niche website on one of my passions. It will have a blog and also a shopping cart where I will sell affiliate products related to the industry that I will be targeting. Because I don’t have a TON of extra time right now, most likely I will attempt to outsource most of the article writing. We will see how this all works out!
So stay tuned and I hope you enjoy this short video on how to install a wordpress blog in minutes.
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