WordPress on Bluehost


#bluehost Misleads You. I was with #bluehost for a few months. I set up an account, along with the Certificate, that certifies your website virus free, and uploaded my site. Within a month, I received an email, saying my account/domain had been suspended for a Terms of Use violation, and contact them within 15 days I contacted support, and they said it was in fact not a TOS Violation, but a chargeback. I tried logging in to my account, after is was suspended, because on support they told me, to log into my account, to renew it, and it wouldn’t let me log in. So scratch that. 2 weeks ago, I received an email, saying the chargeback is complete, and another email to contact them/log into my account, renew my account, or it will be deleted in 5 days. My tip is, if you ever get an email, saying your account/domain was suspended for a TOS Violation, contact them, cause the email is lying. I’m now with a host in the BETA Stage of hosting. Great support, and .tk domains. Don’t believe #bluehost emails! They lie!


bluehost for wordpress
https://www.bluehost.com/track/mourad77/
Bluehost is a recommended host of WordPress and is currently hosting more than 850,000 WordPress websites. So you’re in good company! If you’re worried WordPress is a little complicated to use, BlueHost is a great solution. Its seamless integration with WordPress.org makes hosting your site a piece of cake

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  • How to make money online
    Posted at 19:37h, 10 February

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    Bluehost is a recommended host of WordPress and is currently hosting more than 850,000 WordPress websites. So you're in good company! If you're worried WordPress is a little complicated to use, BlueHost is a great solution. Its seamless integration with WordPress.org makes hosting your site a piece of cake

  • Vitamins and Minerals Nutrition.
    Posted at 21:48h, 10 February

    https://www.bluehost.com/track/mourad77/

    Bluehost is a recommended host of WordPress and is currently hosting more than 850,000 WordPress websites. So you're in good company! If you're worried WordPress is a little complicated to use, BlueHost is a great solution. Its seamless integration with WordPress.org makes hosting your site a piece of cake

  • How to make money online
    Posted at 17:54h, 11 February

    Below is a step-by-step guide
    on how to start your self-hosted WordPress blog on Bluehost.

    1.
    Visit Bluehost’s Home Page

    The
    first step is to visit Bluehost.com, this
    link will open in a new tab so you can come back easily to this post and start
    following the steps with the visual help of the screenshots.

    Your
    landing page will look like the screenshot below. The price you will pay for
    hosting will depend on the current sale that it’s being offered at the time of
    your click. By using my link, you’re guaranteed a very low price.

    When
    ready, click on the green ‘get started now’ button.

     

    From
    time to time, as a Bluehost affiliate, I receive news of flash sales and
    special super-low prices. To take advantage of the best available offers, sign
    up for my Blogging & Business newsletters and special offers, using the
    form at the end of this post.

    2.
    Choose A Hosting Package

    The
    next screen you will be taken to will look like the screenshot below. Here, you
    will choose the package of your choice. Most bloggers start with
    the basic plan. Four years later, I am still running my blog on a basic
    plan. You can always upgrade in the future as your blog/website grows.

     

    3.
    Choose A Domain Name

    Once you select the plan, you will be prompted
    to choose your new domain (or type in your current domain if you already own
    one). All Bluehost plans include a free domain. Be mindful with the domain you
    pick for your blog, as it will be a representation of who you are, and what you
    want to tell the world with your blog.

    Click
    ‘next’ to find out if the domain is available. If it is: congratulations!
    You’re ready to start a blog.

    4.
    Purchase Hosting For Your Blog

    First, enter your account information, something
    you would do with any other purchase on the web. 

    After
    you have entered all of your account information, you will be prompted to
    choose your package information. In this step, keep in mind the following:

    ·     
    Account Plan: choose
    basic (cheapest) to start off. I recommend you lock in 36 months of hosting at
    the lowest price. You will receive your free domain (an $11.99+ value)

    ·     
    Domain Privacy
    Protection: keep this box checked. If you don’t want your
    account information to become public.

    ·     
    To keep costs down, do not check all
    the other offers (such as Site Backup Pro, SiteLock Domain Security, Search
    Engine Jumpstart and Google Apps for Work). You do not need those
    offers to get your blog up and running. Eventually, as your
    blog/website grows, you can decide if you want to add those services.

     

    Enter
    your billing/payment information and complete your purchase.

     

    5.
    Add-Ons And Upgrades

    Automatically,
    Bluehost will find recommendations on more domains available for you with a
    different extension. You do not need to purchase these.
    However, if you don’t want anyone using the same name of your blog but, let’s
    say ending in .net or .me, it is wise to
    take this step.

     

    6.
    Welcome To Bluehost

    Congratulations!
    You are the proud owner of a self-hosted blog, with your very own domain.

    After
    receiving this message, you will be prompted to create your account password,
    and agree to the Terms of Service.

    7.
    Access Your Account

    Once
    your account and password have been created, you are ready to log in.

     

    Once
    you log in, the next screen will ask you to pick a theme for your blog. You can
    do so then, or you can scroll down to skip this step and do it later.

     

    8.
    Access Your WordPress Dashboard

    Whether
    you choose a theme or skip the step, the next screen will look like the
    screenshot below.

    Here
    you can choose to:

    1.   Start
    Building your website on WordPress, or

    2.   Go
    to your Bluehost account (cpanel)

    If
    you choose option 1, click on the blue button and you will be taken to your
    WordPress dashboard. Your WordPress dashboard will look like the screenshot
    below.

    Next,
    follow the prompts to start building your website or blog!

     

    You
    can choose to launch your site now, or you can choose to display a ‘Coming
    Soon’ page. Launch when you are ready.

     

    9.
    Launch Your WordPress Site

    Once
    you decide to launch your WordPress site, the very first information that you
    will have to type will be:

    1.   Site’s
    Title, e.g.: Neat House. Sweet Home™

    2.   Site’s
    Description, e.g.: Creative Organization. Balanced Life.

     

    Congratulations,
    Your New Blog Is Live!