Setting Up a WordPress Website

Designing a website in WordPress is easy. In fact, you can do it in about 20 minutes! In this series we learn how to install the powerful blogging software, what to look for in a web host and make a post through the WordPress dashboard. Along the way I will give tips on domain selection, SEO and more!

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Here are the lessons that will be covered:

  • Setting Up Your Web Host (watch for FREE!)
    • The first step to designing a WordPress website is finding a place to put it. It’s also important to pick a suitable domain name that will grab attention and propel you in search engine rankings. In this lesson, I show you how to sign up for an affordable web host and give tips on picking a domain name. This tutorial is great if you’re a beginner!
  • Installing WordPress in Five Minutes
    • Installing WordPress is not as hard as you think. In this lesson we do it in a mere five minutes! We can do this process with an application called QuickInstall (or Fantastico) through the web host you have purchased. After this lesson you will be up and blogging in no time.
  • Logging in and Posting
    • In this final lesson, we look at how to login to the backend of our WordPress website and make a post. You’ll also learn how to add categories and post tags to maximize search engine optimization (SEO). This should get you started on a successful blogging experience.

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