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How To Start A WordPress Blog With Hostgator

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Ready to learn how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator so you can start making money online?

Whether you want to start a blog to make money or as a hobby this step-by-step guide on how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator will be perfect for you.

Starting a blog on Hostgator is now easier than ever, In fact, in as little as 20 minutes you will have your blog up and running.

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How To Start A Blog With Hostgator Introductory

When I started my blog, I wasn’t sure if I could do it or not. I faced the same fears that everyone debating blogging has. But I’m sure glad I took the jump.

Blogging has changed my life. I’m able to create my own schedule and work when I want. After 11 months of starting my blog, I was able to become a full-time blogger, and I could have never achieved financial success as I have today without taking the jump.

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One of the great benefits of starting a blog with Hostgator is they provide competitive pricing when it comes to hosting. In fact, you can get hosting for as low as $2.75 a month. That’s less than a Starbucks specialty coffee!

Below, I have included an exclusive Hostgator discount that the wonderful folks over at Hostgator have provided for my blogging community. The promo code is cupid60. I’ll go over how to add the promo code later in this how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator tutorial.

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Why Hostgator Is A Good Choice For Hosting Your Blog

Not only is Hostgator one of the top web hosting providers today but they power millions of domains worldwide. Hostgator has a 45-day money-back guarantee so if you aren’t pleased with their service you can get your money back without any trouble.

As mentioned earlier hosting for as low as $2.75 a month is fantastic. Hostgator has a one-click install for WordPress making it just a few clicks of a button to get your blog up and running on Hostgator.

On the technical side of things, Hostgator has a 99.9% uptime guarantee so you can be rest assured that your site won’t go down or disappear temporarily.

Hostgator is the hosting provider that I use on this very site, and I love Hostgator. I highly recommend you choose Hostgator for your blog as they are a great host.

Let’s get started in starting your blog with Hostgator!

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How To Start A WordPress Blog With Hostgator

The first step is to visit Hostgator’s site by clicking here. You will now be on the Hostgator home page. Click the orange get started now button to continue to the next step in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide.

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You will be on a Hostgator pricing page that showcases three different Hostgator plans you can choose from. You’ll see the hatchling plan, baby plan, and the business plan.

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The hatchling plan is a good plan if you are only going to have one site and looking for the most basic plan. You can always scale up if you need too.

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The baby plan is Hostgator’s most popular plan as it allows you to have unlimited sites.

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The business plan allows you to have unlimited sites along with some add-on features such as a free upgrade to a positive SSL certificate, free dedicated IP, free SEO tools, and free VOIP phone service.

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Once you select your Hostgator plan, you’ll be ready to choose a domain name for your blog. Just type in ideas or the blog name you would like to have and Hostgator will tell you if it’s available or not.

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You will see over to the right you can select the domain extension you want for your blog name like .com, .net, .org, etc. I recommend you go with a .com if you can as this is the most popular domain extension out there.

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If the domain name that you want for your blog is unavailable Hostgator will let you know so you can choose a different domain name.

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Try adding a hyphen somewhere in the domain name, trying a different domain extension, or adding another word like the to your blog name.

If you have already purchased your domain name from a domain registrar other than Hostgator select the, I already own this domain tab and type in your domain.

If you do or end up getting your domain name from another provider you’ll have to change your nameservers to point to Hostgator.

Here’s a helpful post going over how to find Hostgator nameservers.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to point Namecheap domain to Hostgator.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to point Godaddy domain to Hostgator.

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If you are getting your domain name with Hostgator, scroll down until you see the domain privacy protection section. You can select or unselect this option.

I recommend you keep this selected, so you aren’t bombarded with telemarketing calls and spam emails. I’ve seen this stuff flood in before by not selecting the domain privacy protection.

Instead of having your personal information out on the web, Hostgator will show their information like seen below.

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If you have your own domain name from another domain registrar, you will need to point your nameservers to Hostgator. If you need any help with pointing your nameservers to your Hostgator account just let me know and I will help you.

Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide is to choose a Hostgator hosting plan. If the plan showing is not the one you want to go with click on package type and select the hosting plan you want to go with.

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Next, choose the billing cycle that you want for your Hostgator web hosting purchase. The awesome folks at Hostgator have given me an exclusive 60% off Hostgator hosting promo code for the WP Cupid Blog community.

By using this guide, you will get a discount on your hosting purchase and cheaper than what is listed below.

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Use promo code cupid60. Scroll down a bit till you see section 5 labeled enter a coupon code. You will see a default coupon code already there. This coupon code will give you the maximum Hostgator hosting discount if you are purchasing hosting for 24 or 36 months.

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If you plan on buying your Hostgator hosting for one month, three months, six months, or 12 months the promo code cupid60 will give you the highest discount. Just place cupid60 in the place of the coupon code that is there.

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Let me show you the difference, so it’s easy for you to compare the Hostgator pricing difference. Here’s the pricing with the default coupon code.

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Here’s the pricing with the exclusive cupid60 promo code.

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After you choose the promo code, you want to use to get the greatest Hostgator discount scroll back up a bit and pick out a username and security pin.

The username will be used when you are logging into Hostgator, and the security pin is helpful when contacting Hostgator’s customer service.

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Next, in this how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide you want to input your billing information and how you would like to pay. You can use your card or pay via Paypal.

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Next, you want to select or un-select any additional services that you would like to have.

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You will see Sitelock Monitoring. Sitelock Monitoring protects your site from hackers. There are a bunch of excellent free WordPress plugins that work great for security that work the same as this feature.

You will see a Professional email from Google. This is unnecessary as your Hostgator account comes with free email accounts. I’d keep this selected only if you want to use your email from Google.

Site Backup is the next addon you will see. Site Backup backups your website daily in case something happens like a bug taking down your site. You can quickly restore your backup to the most recent backup before this took place with a click of a button.

This is an excellent add-on as you never know when something might happen. There are a bunch of free WordPress backup plugins that work the same and are completely free.

Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide you will be back at the enter a coupon code section that we previously went to. At this time the appropriate coupon code that you want to use should be entered in already.

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Review everything and make sure it looks good. Scroll down a bit and select that you have read and agreed to Hostgator’s Terms of Service, etc. Click the checkout now button.

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You’ll now be directed to a payment completed confirmation page. Hostgator will at this time be setting up your account which should only take a few seconds to minutes.

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Hostgator will also be emailing you your receipt of purchase and your Hostgator CPanel login details. Once you get the email, click on the link to go to the Hostgator CPanel to continue logging into your Hostgator CPanel.

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Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide we need to install and set up WordPress with your Hostgator account. When you log into your Hostgator CPanel, you will see the dashboard looks like this.

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The menu on the left-hand side you will see website essentials. Click this, and then click on Site Builder and CMS. It’ll bring up the page that you see here. You want to select WordPress to continue installing WordPress on Hostgator.

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Once you select WordPress, you want to choose your domain name. Select the domain name you would like to use to install WordPress. Leave the directory field blank. Click the next button.

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Now you want to enter your blog title, admin username, first and last name, and a password you want to use for logging into WordPress.

Click the automatically create a new database and click that you agree to the terms and conditions. Click the install now button.

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You’ll now be directed to a complete installation page that will show your WordPress login credentials.

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Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide you want to login to WordPress so you can begin in creating and making your blog.

The easiest way to login to your WordPress site is to go into the top address bar. Type in your domain name with /wp-admin. For example, testsite.com/wp-admin.

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You’ll now be directed to a WordPress login page. Enter your WordPress login credentials to log in to WordPress.

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Once logged in this is where you will be taken to. This is the WordPress dashboard.

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Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide let’s get to know WordPress.

You will see tabs on the far left-hand side. You can add new posts, pages, add new menus, read comments, and customize and design your blog site.

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Find Appearance in the left-side menu. Hover over it, and you will see Themes. Click on Themes to go to the WordPress themes page.

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You’ll see a bunch of free WordPress themes you can choose from.

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Take some time and browse through them and when you find one you like, click the theme and click install.

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Click Activate to activate the WordPress theme you chose.

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A great place to get premium WordPress themes that looks like a design agency designed them is Themeforest.

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Premium themes can be helpful if you would rather buy a WordPress theme that is professionally designed and you can easily add your content in where needed.

One of the most popular blogging themes out there is the Divi theme by Elegant Themes. This theme has been purchased by over 500,000 people around the world. It comes with a drag and drop builder making customizations easy.

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Other popular blogging premium themes are the X theme, Avada theme, Be theme, and the Enfold theme which is the theme that I use on this blog.

If you end up downloading a Premium theme from a Premium theme provider like Themeforest, you can add the Premium theme by clicking the add new button and uploading your Theme to WordPress.

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To view your blog site from the WordPress dashboard hover over your blog title at the top and click view site to view what your blog site currently looks like.

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How To Design A WordPress Blog On Hostgator

Next, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide I want to go over how to design a WordPress blog on Hostgator.

Once you pick out a WordPress theme that you want to go with you will now be ready to start customizing, designing, and building your blog site with the WordPress theme you picked out.

Find the Appearance tab and hover over it and you will see Customize. Click Customize.

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You can now begin in customizing your WordPress blog with Hostgator.

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Another great feature that you will use to build your blog is plugins. Find plugins in the left side menu and click on add new.

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You can now start searching for plugins that you want to add to your site. Almost anything that you want to be added to your site can be found in the form of a plugin.

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One of the best plugins that can make starting your WordPress blog on Hostgator easier is the plugin called Elementor. Elementor page builder is a drag and drop editor for WordPress.

Elementor is the #1 WordPress page builder today, and over 500,000 users use it all around the world. This plugin can save you a ton of time and lots of headaches figuring out how to make specific customizations. This plugin has a free version and a paid version.

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To download this plugin go to the plugins tab found in the left side menu. Hover over add new. Type in the search bar Elementor Page Builder on the plugins page. Click the install now button and click activate to activate the plugin.

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Lastly, in our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide I want to go over a bunch of resources that you might find helpful in your blog starting journey.

One of my favorite tools that bloggers use for creating blog graphics, social media graphics, and their logos is Canva.

Canva has pre-made professional templates for almost anything out there. The great thing about Canva is it is entirely free!

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Another great resource that is popular is the freelancing platform Fiverr. You can get any task done for just $5. This is a great place to turn to if you need a logo created and can’t quite get it right on your own.

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This is the end of our how to start a WordPress blog with Hostgator guide.

Want to have more than one domain and site with your Hostgator account? Check out our guide on how to add addon domain in Hostgator.

Check out our post on how to find your Hostgator nameservers.

Check out our post on how to change your Hostgator nameservers.

Here’s a post on how to change your primary domain in Hostgator.

Check out a related post on how to sign up with Hostgator.

Be sure to click here if you haven’t already gotten your Hostgator discount. Be sure to use promo code cupid60 to get up to 60% off.

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How To Start A WordPress Blog On Bluehost

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In this beginner’s guide, we will be going over how to start a successful WordPress blog using Bluehost, one of the top web hosting providers that powers over 850,000 blogs.

Starting a blog on Bluehost has never been easier than it is today. In fact, starting a WordPress blog with Bluehost takes less than 15 minutes.

Let’s dive in.

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How To Start A Blog On Bluehost Introductory

Blogging has changed my life. It has allowed me to work full time at home, spend more time with my beautiful daughter, and do what I love which is write helpful posts each day.

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The cool thing about starting a blog on Bluehost is it is very cheap. For just a few bucks a month you can start a WordPress blog with Bluehost and make money. Anyone can make money blogging.

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Below, I have included an exclusive Bluehost hosting discount that also comes with a free domain name. Awesome right!? The awesome folks over at Bluehost supplied me with this excellent discount.

I wouldn’t put off starting a blog for too long as I don’t know how long this great discount will last.

Click here to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost. The step-by-step guide is provided below with screenshots.

I provided a video tutorial on how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost if you would rather watch the tutorial video and follow along.

You will find the video further down the page a bit after the introductory.

Why Bluehost Is A Good Choice For Hosting Your Blog

Bluehost currently hosts over 2 million sites, and 850,000 of them are blogs. That is a lot of blogs! I mentioned this before, but WordPress themselves recommends Bluehost for WordPress. WordPress through Bluehost is free.

It even comes with a one-click WordPress installation in which I will cover later in this how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost step by step guide.

Their hosting is cheap. You can get your hosting for as low as $2.95 a month. PLUS! You get a free domain name which saves you money right from the get-go.

Free Blogging Platforms vs WordPress.org

Before we get started with our guide on how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost, I want to go over a few essential things about free blogging platforms and free web hosting.

Why You Shouldn’t Choose Free Blogging Platforms

If you’ve thought about free blogging platforms, don’t do it! Run as fast as you can! Here’s why. You don’t own your site. For platforms like Blogger, you don’t legally own your site.

What is worse is if you ever decide to sell your blog while being on the platform and Google finds out Google will ban you for life. Trust me. You don’t want that.

Why Free Web Hosting Is Bad

The second thing I want to cover is free web hosting. Sounds great right? It’s not. Free web hosting providers are unreliable. At any time they can cancel your site or close up shop.

Another thing about free hosting is that these companies will put up advertisements on your site and you have no control of that. What’s crazy about this is that they profit off of these ads on YOUR blog or website yet you don’t get any of the money.

The last thing I want to cover about free blogging platforms and free hosting is that if you want your blog or site to rank well, get discovered, or make money from blogging, then you want to stay far away from them.

Great news! WordPress is the most popular blogging platform, and their platform keeps on growing. A ton of fortune 500 companies use the WordPress platform too.

Another cool thing is WordPress themselves recommends Bluehost for hosting on their blogging platform. Just another great reason to choose Bluehost when starting your WordPress blog.

Below is an overview of the steps we will be covering in starting your WordPress blog with Bluehost.

Overview:

  • Step #1. Register a Domain Name (Free Domain Name Discount)
  • Step #2. Get a Web Host (as low as $2.95 per month with Bluehost)
  • Step #3. Set up WordPress ($0)
  • Step #4. Choose a Theme for Your Blog
  • Step # 5. Getting to know WordPress

Now let’s get started with our guide on how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost.

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How To Start A WordPress Blog On Bluehost – Step-by-Step Guide

1. Registering your domain name for your blog

To get started, click here to start your WordPress blog on Bluehost and to get your free domain name. Woohoo! Once you click the link, you will be on the page that you see below.

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Before starting a WordPress blog on Bluehost, you want to come up with a domain name for your blog. Choosing a domain name can be tough, and you want to give some thought to this.

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The reasoning behind my blog name is the abbreviation for WordPress is WP. So that is where I came up with the WP at the beginning to stand for WordPress as this blog is dedicated to WordPress.

I have a background in marketing and advertising, so I wanted to come up with a theme where I could stand out. The word cupid came to mind, and then I started brainstorming branding colors, etc.

WP Cupid Blog became the name of my blog shortly after. I added the word blog at the end of the domain name to help with SEO and marketing once I got my blog started as I wanted to help people start a blog and grow it.

Some important things to remember when choosing a domain name is to make sure it isn’t too long. Make sure you choose a good domain extension. For example, .com, .org, .net, etc.

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I recommend you go with a .com extension as .com is the most popular extension used online.

Once people know the name of your blog, they are more likely to put in your blog name with a .com naturally. So keep that in mind.

If for any reason you already have a domain name purchased, or you want to get it from another domain provider that is fine. When we get further in the guide, I will explain what to do.

But, remember! You get a free domain name with your hosting when you start a blog on Bluehost.

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Once you have your domain name figured out go ahead and click the green get started button. You will then be directed to the page that you see below.

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You can choose from four different plans. The basic plan, plus plan, choice plus, and pro plan. You will see the basic plan you can get hosting for as low as $2.95 a month and for the plus and choice plus plan you can get hosting for as low as $5.45 a month. The pro plan you can get hosting for as low as $13.95 a month.

The basic plan works fine for almost everyone especially when you are first starting out and starting a blog on Bluehost. You can always upgrade to a different plan anytime you would like to.

If you are going to have more than one blog from the get-go then, you want to choose the plus plan as you can have unlimited sites with this plan.

The pro plan I recommend for established sites with lots of traffic and a good amount of revenue coming in.

Once you decide which plan you would like, just hit the green select button to move on to the next step in starting your WordPress blog.

Once you click the green select button, you will be directed to a page as you see below in the next step of our how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost guide.

Choose A Domain Name

You will now be on a sign-up now page where you want to enter the domain name that you want for your blog where it says new domain.

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You’ll see the .com next to it with some arrows. You can click on that area to pick your domain extension.

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As I mentioned before I highly recommend you go with a .com, .net, or .org as these are most common.

If you already have a domain name that you purchased from another provider, you would just enter that domain name where it says I have a domain name.

Remember you get a free domain name discount though! Once you do that, hit the next button to continue starting your blog on Bluehost.

Create Your Account

You will now be on a create your account page where you want to input your account information like your name, address, email address, etc.

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Once you fill out your account information, you want to move on to the package information section right under.

You will see Account Plan first. Click that, and you will see you can choose 12 months, 24 months, or 36 months.

You will see the further out you purchase your hosting for the cheaper your monthly cost will be. Choose how many months you want to purchase your Bluehost hosting for.

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You will see the setup fee, and the primary domain registration fee is free. Woohoo!

Next, you will see a few additional services to add to your hosting plan. You can go ahead and unselect all of these as these are not necessary, and there are free alternatives that work just as well.

The Bluehost domain privacy protection option I would consider though. This makes your personal information private like your address, phone number, and email address. That information will be replaced with Bluehost’s information.

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The primary domain registration protects you from telemarketers getting a hold of your phone number or email and bother you trying to sell you stuff related to what you do. I would consider that option. You can always add this option or any of them at a later date if you decide you want one of the selections.

At the bottom, you will see the savings that you are saving by using our exclusive Bluehost link and then the total cost of the hosting for your blog. Scroll down to the next part of the page which is where you will enter your payment information.

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Once you get your payment information entered to select the, I have read and agreed to Bluehost’s Terms of Service, etc. Click the green submit button.

Bluehost will now email you your Bluehost login credentials along with some welcome emails. One of the welcome emails you will need to activate the domain name that you got.

If you already have your domain name or purchased it via another domain provider then don’t worry about this step.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will be asked to create your password for Bluehost.

Click the create your password button and you will be directed to a page where you will create your WordPress password for your blog.

Be sure to select the I have read and agreed to Bluehost’s Terms and Conditions, etc.

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Once you have successfully created your password a congratulations screen will pop up. Click the blue login button to log in to Bluehost so you can choose a free WordPress theme for your blog.

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Choosing a WordPress theme

The next step in our guide on how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost is choosing a WordPress theme. Bluehost gives you the option to pick a free WordPress theme. They have lots of great options to choose from.

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The WordPress.org directory has a bunch of great options to choose from as well. Click here to check them out.

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I do want to touch base on free themes and some things to caution when using them. A majority of free WordPress themes are outdated. Since the themes are free developers, don’t stay up to date on updating them.

Due to this hackers can find loopholes in the theme and trust me you don’t want any hackers hacking into your site! Not all free themes lead to this, but you might want to research a little when choosing one to make sure they are safe and how often they are updated. You can always upgrade to a Premium theme at a later date if you would like.

A site I use and love for Premium themes is Mojo Marketplace. They have pre-made professional themes that are updated regularly and look like a design agency designed them.

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One of the most popular WordPress blogging themes today is the Divi theme by Elegant Themes. Over 500,000 bloggers have purchased this theme. A great feature about this theme is it comes with a drag and drop builder that makes designing and customizing your WordPress blog on Bluehost easy.

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Get Started with WordPress

The next step in our guide on how to start a WordPress blog on Bluehost is installing and setting up WordPress. Bluehost made some updates in September of 2017. They made the process of installing WordPress on Bluehost quicker and easier than before.

WordPress now automatically installs so you can start working on your WordPress blog without having to do a bunch of steps to get your blog on Bluehost up and running. Woohoo! Awesome right?!

Once you choose your WordPress theme you will be taken to a page that says your all set, start building. Click on the start building button to continue to the WordPress dashboard to start your WordPress blog on Bluehost.

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You will now be directed to the WordPress dashboard. Answer the questions it asks or you can click the option saying you don’t need any help.

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You will now see some Bluehost tools on the WordPress dashboard that are very helpful when you are starting your WordPress blog on Bluehost. You can easily add new posts, pages, customize the navigation menu, and install Woocommerce if you plan on selling products on your WordPress blog on Bluehost.

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You will see a button that says launch your blog. See the screenshot above. Click the button and you will be able to name your blog site title and your blog site description.

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When you log in to your Bluehost Cpanel you will easily be able to navigate around. You can log in to WordPress right from the Bluehost Cpanel. You can easily access your billing, account information, etc.

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A helpful resource for bloggers is if you ever come across a task that you can’t quite get to look right with your blog or you want to outsource specific tasks I recommend the freelancing site known as Fiverr.

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Fiverr is great if you are on a limited budget. You can get tasks completed for as low as $5. Everything from logos, WordPress tasks, web design, development, SEO, video, etc.

If you signed up for Bluehost and you are confused for any reason please email me and I will help you. That is what I am here for!

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