A FREE AND STEP BY STEP GUIDE TO START A BLOG IN 30 MINUTESScroll down for a Easy step guide
Are you in search of a step-by-step guide on making a blog in your favorite niche?
This is my free guide on making a blog with easy steps and picture descriptions.
My Name is Gulsama and I am here to teach you with basic steps of making a blog. I have been working on websites and making blogs since 2015 and I have successfully created the blogs for my clients and you know what they are now relaxed because they are generating extra income from it.
Before starting I want to give a short introduction to the blog. If you want to Skip the introduction than skip it here.
A regularly updated website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.
There are numerous purposes behind starting an individual blog and just a bunch of solid ones for business blogging. Blogging for business, ventures, or whatever else that may bring you cash has an extremely clear reason – to rank your site higher in Google SERPs, a.k.a. increment your permeability.
As a business, you depend on customers to continue purchasing your items and administrations. As another business, you depend on blogging to enable you to get to these customers and catch their eye. Without blogging, your site would stay undetectable, while running a blog makes you accessible and aggressive.
Thus, the fundamental motivation behind a blog is to associate you to the significant group of spectators.
Another is to help your traffic and send quality prompts your site.
1. Choose your Blog Name & Choose a Space/hosting. Select something unique & Register your blog and get hosting.
2. Install WordPress. WordPress Should be installed to start a blog
3. Design it. Customize it and use designing concepts to give it colors.
4. Write for your Blog. Let's do it.
5. Promote your Blog. Get the Audience for your Blog.
6. Earn Money From it. Monetize your blog to start earning money.
Let's Start making it......
It's very easy to select your blog name like I have, https://wordpressworld.net. You can choose your name for the blog, I recommend you to use HOSTGATOR which I personally use. Look down for best packages.
A Short description: It is bought to secure our website from attackers and hackers from stealing our personal information.
Once you will select WordPress hosting you be will redirect to furthermore 3 packages select one of your choices according to your budget.
Once you will select the package you will be asked to enter your information and will have a choice to select the domain name of your blog.
Once you have some blog name ideas you will need to choose a domain extension.
A .com domain extension is the most preferred, but .net or .org work as well. It is also important to note that for the purposes of a blog domain you cannot have any spaces between words. So “Blogging with Gul” becomes bloggingwithscott.com
Now that you’ve got your name and have picked an extension it’s time to make sure that no one else has already registered the same name:
If you find that the name you wanted is already taken there are a few things you can do:
once you have done it you can add your information and pay the bill and add elements in your hosting according to your choice.
One you have purchased everything you will get an Email of your Cpanel link and also your username and password.
Now its time to go to Cpanel and install WordPress. use the search bar and write "Wordpress" there.
You will get the wordpress option than click on it.
You will be asked to choose your domain on which you want to install WordPress, Choose what you bought before "The Name of your website". Once you have done the installation you will be emailed the link to access your website and also dashboard. For Example- https://wordpressworld.net and administrative URL to access the dashboard. For Example- https://wordpressworld.net/wp-admin. When you will click the administrative URL you will have the interface like this.
Write your Password and username which you have entered while installing wordpress in Cpanel.