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How to create a word press blog and website in 30 minutes even if you have 0 tech skills

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By the time you're finished with this post, you'll have your own custom website built, published and ready to roll—in just 30 minutes for less than $40, even if you have zero tech skills whatsoever.

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How to create a word press blog and website in 30 minutes even if you have 0 tech skills

  1. 1. ?? ?? ? howto create a WordPressblog and websitein 30 minutes even If YouHave ǾTech Skills!
  2. 2. Let’s start building your website right now! >>> All you have to do is: 1 Buy a domain name 2 Get hosting 3 Set up WordPress 4 Write your first blog post and click “Publish” It’s that simple! In just 4 easy steps, you can be officially a proud website owner and blogger.
  3. 3. Buy a Domain Name1 step A domain name is the web address that people type in to find your site. Our domain name is —it’s thetckpublishing.com actual address of your website that appears in the address bar at the top of your web browser (also called a URL bar or location bar).
  4. 4. step1Buy a Domain Name Go to to buy a domain name.www.godaddy.com Don’t stress out about finding the perfect domain name right now! Just choose one that works and get started with confidence knowing you can always call up GoDaddy’s 24/7 customer support and they will help you make any changes you need.
  5. 5. step1Buy a Domain Name
  6. 6. step1Buy a Domain Name Select Your Domain Name If the domain name is available, it will say “Yes! Your domain is available. Buy it before someone else does.” If not, keep trying different options for your domain name.
  7. 7. step1Buy a Domain Name Continue to Check Out. Skip the Upsells and Additional Offers. Finish Checkout. The last page is the checkout page where you can review your selection.
  8. 8. step1Buy a Domain Name
  9. 9. Once you have purchased your domain name, it’s time to get a web hosting service so you can actually host your website at your brand new web address. Buying web hosting is a lot like buying storage space; the company keeps all your stuff organized and safe in one place. Bluehost is the first company I used for hosting my websites. Set-up Web Hosting2 step
  10. 10. step2Set-up Web Hosting Let’s start by going to .www.bluehost.com
  11. 11. step2Set-up Web Hosting Start with basic if you are only building one website. You can always upgrade later. Since you already setup a domain with ,Godaddy you need to choose the box that says “I have a domain name” and enter your domain name. Click Next.
  12. 12. step2Set-up Web Hosting
  13. 13. step2Set-up Web Hosting Clicking on next button will give you the “create your account” screen.
  14. 14. step2Set-up Web Hosting You are now halfway done setting up your custom self-hosted WordPress website and blog. The third step is to install WordPress with your web host. Congratulations!
  15. 15. Since you are adding a brand new domain, you’ll need to add the domain in the Control Panel of your account first.Bluehost On the hosting login screen, enter the domain name or your username and your password. Click on submit. Set-up WordPress3 step
  16. 16. step3Set-up WordPress
  17. 17. step3Set-up WordPress Once logged in, click on the Domains > Domains List tab and under Shortcuts click the link that says, “Assign a domain to your cPanel Account.”
  18. 18. step3Set-up WordPress On the Assign a Domain screen, click on the option, “Use a domain that is not already associated with your account” and enter your domain name.
  19. 19. step3Set-up WordPress Go back to and log in to yourwww.godaddy.com account. Once logged in, just go up to the Products > Domains tab and click on the Launch button on the same row as the domain that you are trying to setup with Bluehost.
  20. 20. step3Set-up WordPress
  21. 21. step3Set-up WordPress
  22. 22. step3Set-up WordPress The next step is to “Verify Ownership” of the domain by pointing the nameservers for the domain to your new web host’s nameservers.
  23. 23. step3Set-up WordPress Go back to the Bluehost “Assign Domain” screen and copy the two nameservers listed under “Step 2: Verify Ownership”
  24. 24. step3Set-up WordPress Now that you have the nameservers information, go back to the Godaddy “Set Nameservers” window and choose the option “I have a specific nameservers for my domains.” Once you click on OK, this will verify the ownership for your domain. It may take about 5 minutes in most cases.
  25. 25. step3Set-up WordPress I recommend clicking on “Addon Domain” because it lets you make it look like an entirely new website.
  26. 26. step3Set-up WordPress For the next step, choose the folder in your account that the domain will point to. You basically need to tell Bluehost whether you wish to host your new website in an existing directory (meaning a folder on the server) or in a new directory. If you don’t know what any of this tech stuff means, just click “Create a new directory.” Click on Assign this domain button to finish the process.
  27. 27. step3Set-up WordPress
  28. 28. step3Set-up WordPress You now have your domain server pointing to Bluehost. That means Bluehost is now hosting your domain in their servers, so technically your website is already live! Now it’s time to setup WordPress so you can build a website customized to your needs for free using WordPress themes and plugins. From the Control Panel of Bluehost, click on the Hosting > cPanel tab. You’ll see under Site Builders, “WordPress” — just click on it.
  29. 29. step3Set-up WordPress
  30. 30. step3Set-up WordPress The next screen you’ll see is “Install WordPress.” This is for a new installation and so we’ll need to click the Install button.
  31. 31. step3Set-up WordPress We now have to complete the installation of WordPress. The first step is to select your Installation Preferences. If you want your homepage to be something different—if you want your homepage to be a sales page for your book, or something like a squeeze page—then you can choose to install it only on yourname.com/blog. Most people just want the entire website to be the blog, and there are also many free and paid tools you can use to change the home page later on.
  32. 32. step3Set-up WordPress You can leave the “/” blank and you can just install WordPress directly on your domain (this is the option I recommend for 95% of folks, especially if this is your first website).
  33. 33. step3Set-up WordPress You can either select or deselect these options. If you choose to install the plugins, you can always uninstall them later. Personally, I don’t recommend any of the current themes or plugins being offered at this stage by BlueHost.
  34. 34. step3Set-up WordPress The last thing you need to do is to accept the terms and conditions by checking the box that says, “I have read the terms and conditions of the GPLv2 license agreement.” Then Click on Complete. You’re now done installing WordPress. Great work!
  35. 35. step3Set-up WordPress The last thing you need to do is to accept the terms and conditions by checking the box that says, “I have read the terms and conditions of the GPLv2 license agreement.” Then Click on Complete. You’re now done installing WordPress. Great work!
  36. 36. step3Set-up WordPress After you install WordPress, you’re going to get an email from SimpleScripts with the subject “WordPress Access Information”. This e-mail will contain your domain WordPress log in page. It’s going to be something like www.yourname.com/wp-admin. The email will also include your login name and your login password which you can change to your preference at any time. Now that you have WordPress setup, it’s time to write and post for your first blog article.
  37. 37. Write Your First Blog4 step Go to your WordPress login page (this will almost always be at www.yourdomain.com/wp- admin), enter your Username and Password and click on Log In.
  38. 38. step4Write Your First Blog Go to your WordPress login page (this will almost always be at www.yourdomain.com/wp-admin), enter your Username and Password and click on Log In.
  39. 39. step4Write Your First Blog The Dashboard (wp-admin) is the first screen you see when you login to the administration area of your blog. This is where you can get at-a-glance an overview of what’s happening with your blog. You won’t see much yet since your website is brand new, and that’s okay.
  40. 40. step4Write Your First Blog
  41. 41. step4Write Your First Blog To add your first post, scroll to Posts and choose “Add New.”
  42. 42. step4Write Your First Blog Once you have written your first blog post, just click on Publish and you’re finished. Welcome to the blogosphere! So... what’s next?
  43. 43. LEARN ABOUT EMAIL MARKETING! CLICK HERE! After you’ve built your website, you may want to learn how to hone your writing skills... ... you should definitely start learning about how email marketing works! PUBLISHING.COM PERFECT YOUR WRITING SKILLS! CLICK HERE!

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