How To Create A Blog or Website on Bluehost

Today, I am going to show you how you can create your own WordPress blog right from scratch, without any experience or knowledge of how to use the platform.

Blogging is what has made me a lot of money. I write blogs on things that interest me that I know interest others. This blog is just one of them because well, I like money so I blog about it!

You can start your  money-making venture for only a few dollars a month and i’m going to include discount pricing from Bluehost right in this article to get you started.

Click here to start your blog on WordPress then refer to the tutorial below to get you set up.

This article is going to teach you how to create a website in just about 5 minutes flat.

Here is what we are going to discuss:

  1. How to get hosting
  2. Choosing your domain name
  3. Install wordpress
  4. Make your first post

Step 1 – Get Hosting

How to get a hosting account

 

To get a discount and to get my super bonus as well, visit this link and sign up with Bluehost

http://drews-review.com/bluehost

Set Up Your Hosting Account

Once you are at the Bluehost page, click the green button ” Get Started Now”

You are then going to be presented with three options – Basic, Plus and Prime. If you are just going to set up one website, then basic will work. If you want to set up more than one, choose the Plus plan.

Choose Your Domain

If you have not registered a domain with a registrar yet, then under “new domain” choose the domain you want. Keep in mind if it is not available you’ll need to select a different one. If you have a domain already registered, enter it in the “I have a domain field”. The name you choose is very important as it can’t be changed so definitely think here. You can either go for an EMD “exact matched domain” or for a branded domain.

To give you an example, if you want to build a blog on cat training, an “EMD” domain would be something like “howtotrainyourcat.com”. The benefit here is that if it is available your site will rank easier for that keyword because it is in the url and it most likely gets a lot of searches. However, understand that you could run into over-optimization problems with SEO if you don’t know what you are doing.

A branded domain using this niche example would be – “Mikescatraining.com” – see the difference? If you are new, I would personally start with a branded domain. just include the topic somewhere in the url like above.

 

Next, you are going to fill in your account information. Make sure the email address is correct because some important information will be sent to this email and you will need this.

You will then see “Package Information”

Here, there are several options. My suggestions are to only check the box “Domain Privacy Protection”. If you don’t care about your personal details being visible, then you can keep this unchecked and save yourself a little bit of money. However, if privacy is important to you, you should keep this checked. To see how your details are made available online, go to whois.com and enter in a domain name to see what information is revealed. If it is private, you won’t see any personal details. If it is not private, well, you’ll see for yourself. I suggest you go for private.

Installing WordPress

After you have completed your registration, check your email for the required documentation and welcome email from Bluehost. Look for the “Cpanel” login and go to that link. Once it loads, you’ll see a page that looks like this. Look for “install WordPress” as indicated above with the red arrow.

 

Next, click the two green boxes. Then you are going to enter in your site name, username and password. For the site name, this will be what your site is going to be called. For example, Mary’s Blog. For the username, this can be anything but I would suggest you use a first name, this name will show up in posts so use a name that makes sense here. In this case, Mary would be the best option for a username. Next, choose a password. Record all this information down.

 

bluehost hosting setup

You will then click the green box “Install Now.” You’ll get an email confirmation with all the details.

Look for “yoursitename/wp-admin” – copy that and paste it into your browser.

After that you will get a login screen. This is where you will enter in the username you chose, along with your password.

After that, your dashboard should be presented in front of you and should look like this:

 

Make Your First Post

On the left side of the page is all your dashboard settings. Look for “Posts” and then “Add New” – click add new. Your page will open up to a new page where you can make your first post.

Enter in Your Title, Followed by an article in the text box.

Make sure your content is original and not something you copied and pasted off the internet. You may face a penalty by Google if you do this.

 

 

Once you have entered your title and content and have it set the way you like it, simply click “Publish” at the top right.

At this point, you have created your website and your first post!

Visit your site to see how it looks. It will look something like this:

 

my first wordpress website and post

 

And… You’re Done!   Or, are you?

This is the first step of creating a website, there’s still a lot more to do and it’s important that you start your website off on the correct foot. If you don’t, You’ll have troubles ranking in Google and you’ll never reach your audience.

So Are you going to help me do this Drew?

Here’s the deal. I have a course on on-page SEO I normally charge $199 for but I am going to give it to you for free if you bought Bluehost from my link here – drews-review.com/bluehost

Here’s just a few of the things you’ll get with my on-page SEO course.

  1. Ninja Trick to get indexed in Google – QUICK!
  2. Walk you through the setup of the only plugins you’ll need
  3. Proper page set up along with the pages you need and Google wants to see
  4. Configure “Yoast” plugin so you don’t get slapped with a duplicate content penalty (the default settings could get you in trouble!)
  5. Optimize your site so it’s ready for an OFF-PAGE SEO campaign.

To get my course, simply get Bluehost from my link and then email me on my contact page. Let me know that you ordered bluehost and one what date, and within 24 hours I’ll send you my course.

It’s that easy and that awesome. You’ll get the settings that this internet marketer (me) uses for his own digital marketing agency that has helped many sites to get to the first page of Google.

Rather Watch a Video?

Everything above compacted into the video below!

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Hello ,

    I saw your tweets and thought I will check your website. Have to say it looks very good!
    I’m also interested in this topic and have recently started my journey as young entrepreneur.

    I’m also looking for the ways on how to promote my website. I have tried AdSense and Facebok Ads, however it is getting very expensive. Was thinking about starting using analytics. Do you recommend it?
    Can you recommend something what works best for you?

    I also want to improve SEO of my website. Would appreciate, if you can have a quick look at my website and give me an advice what I should improve: janzac.com
    (Recently I have added a new page about FutureNet and the way how users can make money on this social networking portal.)

    I have subscribed to your newsletter. 🙂

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    P.S.
    Maybe I will add link to your website on my website and you will add link to my website on your website? It will improve SEO of our websites, right? What do you think?

    Regards
    Jan Zac

  2. Hi Jan, your site looks good, I don’t have a ton of time to look it over thoroughly but a couple of things i’d do off the bat is use a CDN like cloudflare to speed it up a little – the speed is ok right now but Cloudflare can help more. I’d also work on getting higher quality links. Your trust flow is 0 in majestic so that should be your focus. I would avoid going after comment links in blogs, forums, etc. You should do outreach and get some white hat links via articles you write in your niche from other high quality sites.
    I may do an article in the future about outreach but i’m sure you know about it already, can always google this topic. Best of luck!

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