Setting Up A Blog On WordPress
At that place are many cheap and reliable hosting services for WordPress out there, and one of the best is Bluehost. This guide is for newbies to learn how to setting up a blog on WordPress Bluehost hosting. I have used Bluehost for my websites and my client sites, and what I like about them is they don’t oversell themselves. They’re simple, they’re inexpensive, and they’re good.
One thing I like about Bluehost is that they’ve scaled their server for extra optimal performance when running WordPress.
They offer unlimited bandwidth speed, unlimited server memory, premium 24/7 support, and everything else you could possibly need to run a successful WordPress blog.
Setting Up A Blog With Bluehost
Installing WordPress Blog On BlueHost:
The self-hosted WordPress platform is one of the best platforms to start blogging and earning money.
We have already shared a complete guidebook on how to start a new blog, and you can refer to that guide to get started.
So why we choose Bluehost Hosting?
Bluehost provides a standard cPanel hosting, which comes with Fantastico.
Fantastico is one of the most comfortable ways to install WordPress, or you can use the manual WordPress installation method.
Though, I would suggest using Fantastico because it’s really easy and efficient.
If you’re still struggling to decide if Bluehost is right for you, I suggest to simply go for it. It’s important that any WordPress web host meets certain technical demands, and Bluehost perfectly meets these needs.
It can handle any low-medium traffic website with ease.
That said, I always recommend using a WordPress super cache plugin when you are using shared/VPS hosting.
Login to your Bluehost account and click on “hosting” at the top to find inside the panel:
On the following screen, click on “Install”
On the following page, select the domain name on which you want to “Install WordPress” by just clicking on it.
Find out that the domain is available, and click “Next”.
Click on the “Show advanced options” to set the name of your site, your username and password.
In the next step, you can select your WordPress Dashboard “username and password” for your login.
Make certain you don’t select “admin” as the username.
Instead, use some random username along with a complex password.
Also, keep a check mark on “Automatically create a new database for this facility.”
Click on “Install Now” and WordPress will start setting up:
The entire process should take about one minute.
Don’t close the page until you witness the check mark and the words “Installation Complete”:
An email will be mailed to the registered email address about the login and password information.
That’s basically it.
Important Things To Do Just After Setting Up WordPress On Bluehost:
Once your WordPress is installed (on any web host) there are a few things that you should always practice. This takes us to the next lesson in our series:
Please Let me know if you get error anywhere in the above process.
Share your ideas, views, opinions and experiences in the comments below!
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