5 tips to setup a website to make money online

At Last, The Secret HOW TO Set Up A BLOG WEBSITE Is Revealed

I expect you to have created a website at this stage. Congratulations, this is a big accomplishment. This post will focus on the initial set-up of your website and other preliminary steps which cover:

1. Choosing  a Web Hosting Company

2. Removing “default” content that comes installed with
    every website.

3. Looking at the back office of your website.

4. Activating Plugins  (feature extensions). 

5. The benefits of plugins installed automatically with your website. 

My post, Build a Website, explains why it is important to have a website for your internet business. As well as having web hosting service. Also, the importance of creating your website on a reputable platform.

CHOOSING WEB HOSTING SERVICE

This is where your website is hosted on the Internet. Every website needs a server for it to be fully functional.

How does it work? A web host is there to help you by selling space on its server to hold data for your website and making that data available. A server’s role is to store your blog data and make sure to get it transferred. A server powers your website and troubleshoots whenever necessary. So, it is clear your website can’t operate without a server. 

FREE Hosting Service

Money and starting a business do not always complement each other. Very often, you will try to accomplish many things to get started and money stands in the way. However, you are free to choose how you can get your web hosting. Choosing a FREE host service is one option.

Tip: You are better off starting with a basic package. You can always upgrade later to premium level when your blog has progressed.

Website Hosting

Most people prefer to have their websites hosted on GoDaddy or Site Builder. I have listed a few hosting companies you may be interested in like BlueHost, GoDaddy, Site Builder, Blogger and SiteRubix.


(1) 
BlueHost

Bluehost is a favourite choice for many people because of the ease with which they get started with blogging using WordPress. BlueHost has a one-click quick WordPress installation function and highly recommended for blogging.

(2) GoDaddy

GoDaddy offers good service with lots of incentives, some in the form of discounts.

3. Site Builder

Site Builder platform is known for its most advanced technology. Its highly recommended for its solid, long term and sustainable business online. Site Builder will automatically generate a sitemap for your website and submits it to the big three (Google, Yahoo and Bing) to ensure that all your web pages are indexed on search engine listings.

(4) Blogger

Blogger is a popular blogging platform which is very user-friendly and accommodates people with few computer skills. To get started, create a Google account at Google.com, then sign in.

5.SiteRubix

SiteRubix has state-of-the-art technology which is most advanced coupled with a good reputation. When you sign up, you will have access to its powerful and unparalleled hosting in the WordPress industry.

It will take you less than 30 seconds to build a stunning website, which is mobile friendly and ready to generate revenue. If you choose to install your website on the SiteRubix platform, it automatically pre-installs 2 most useful plugins for your blog.

DO YOUR RESEARCH FIRST

Before you pick a web host, its advisable to do some research online. Have a look at the templates and features available on various website platforms. To begin with, look for free web hosting.    

Did you know that WordPress is among the most popular publishing platforms in the entire world?

If you are looking for free web hosting to start with, start with WordPress. WordPress set up in a way that publishes content easily and has plenty of customizable templates to suit your own taste.

SETTING UP YOUR WEBSITE

(1) It is important that you grasp the process of setting up your website step by step.

(2) You need to be able to access your website manually and automatically.

(3) To be able to use features at the back office of your website. This is where you find menus for posts and pages for content creation.

(4) To activate plugins All in One SEO and EWWW Image Optimizer Plugin.

(5) To delete a few default dummy content that comes automatically added to every website when it is installed.

Why delete them? Dummy content is deleted because you no longer need it, for example, the sample page, sample post and sample comment. With some help, the process of setting up your blog is easy to follow. You need to familiarize yourself with how to access your website and check for available updates.

Updates come in 2 forms: WordPress Plugin Updates and Theme Updates.

You simply click the button and it will take you to an overview of all updates. You must continue to do these updates as and when they come.

After choosing your web host to set-up your website with, next you should do two important things.

(1) Choose Domain Privacy Protection.

(2) You need to back up your site in the event you lose your work one day I recommend Site Backup Pro only for $ 1.99 per month.

For further reading on how to Activate your “Plugins” and the benefits of plugins (feature extensions) installed automatically with your website, check this article, The Secret To WordPress Plugins‘.


SETTING UP YOUR WEBSITE

Assuming your website is a WordPress based technology, let’s move to set it up and getting acquainted with the back office. WordPress is an open source platform and the infrastructure of most websites. If your website is WordPress based, the first step is to activate these plugins.

Task 1: Login Into Your Website Back Office

(a) Use the “Login!” button.

(b) You will automatically see all the users associated with your website and you can log into your website.

(c) You will find your website login details, username, and password within the Details link on your Site Manager dashboard. 

Task 2: Activate and Update Your Plugins

After you log in, you can see your WordPress administration dashboard for your website.

Have you logged into a WordPress website before? Don’t worry, you will get the hang of this after going through this article.
 

Did you know that WordPress is the most powerful and widely used website platform in the world?

(a) WordPress is used by ‘over 30% of ALL websites (millions) and it also has a wide range of “add-on known as plugins that you can use to extend the functionality of your website.’

(b) It depends with who you choose for web hosting. Other web hosts will pre-install two of the most useful plugins with your website automatically and your first step is just to activate these plugins. 

(c) Then, click on the Plugins tab within the menu.

(d) The next thing activates the “All in One SEO” and “EWW Image Optimizer “plugins. Just click  “Activate” button.

(e) After clicking your plugins are now “activated” and ready to go. The All in One SEO plugin takes a little time to set-up.

Task 3: Delete Default Posts, Pages and Comments 


(a) Every new WordPress website that you install will come with “default” or dummy content that is added with every website install. Yo need to get rid of this content so that you can start creating content relevant to your niche.

(b) Firstly, delete the default post that is added to each website.

(c) Click on the Posts button, inside the side menu.

(d) This will take you to the posts page where you will go to see a list of all the posts on your website. 

(e) Mouse over” the post area. Once you see the post management buttons, click the “Trash” button to delete the default “Hello World!” post. Repeat the same process with the “Pages” link. 

Please note that there may not be the default Pages and Posts. If so, just move on.

Below is a video walk-through showing you the process of setting up your website. Click play to watch the video below.

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If you have any questions in relation to Best 5 Tips On How To Set Up A Blog Website, leave them below. I will be more than happy to get back to you as soon as possible.







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