02 Jul How To Setup WordPress On Bluehost 2017 | Quick & Easy
I do not recommend. I had a very bad experience with #bluehost. Very nice environment and nice support, but if you have a bit more traffic or database activity, they will kick you out as they did it with me. Does not matter if you are “green” in all meters they are presenting you in the control panel. I was forced to migrate my website after get the “get out” message and it took me more than a week to put my website back online.
Link to start setting up WordPress on Bluehost:
Summary of this tutorial:
In this video I’m going to covering
1. how to sign up for an account with Bluehost
2. Choosing a hosting package
3. Registering a domain name
4. Installing WordPress on Bluehost
Next we will be covering How To Setup WordPress On Bluehost 2017 | Quick & Easy how to get hosting for your new domain, a web hosting company provides a space for you to store all of your website information, some web hosting providers offer very low quality services and a lot of downtime. A downtime is when your website goes offline for no particular reason, or suddenly crashes when the server you are hosted on can’t handle your traffic overload.
There are different hosting plans offered by all web hosting companies, shared server plans(thousands of websites on one server) an affordable option, dedicated server plans (you have your own personal server) can be quite expensive e.t.c. When you are just starting out, you do not need a dedicated server, it is mostly used by large companies or websites that gets huge amounts of traffic.
As always I only recommend what I use and deem helpful, there a tons of web hosting companies out there but my favorite is Bluehost. I have been with Bluehost for over 3 years now and I can honestly say that they are the best when it comes to customer service and uptime. Below is a video on how you can setup your hosting account with bluehost and have your website up and running today.
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