A friend of mine wanted to create a website. She started with WordPress and quickly bailed because she found it too confusing. She moved over to Wix and quickly got going on designing her website, but when she wanted to make some basic adjustments to the template, she ended up messing up some formatting. After a few hours, she finally gave up and called it “good enough”. Wix is great to a certain point, but I’ve found that most people need a more flexible system than Wix. WordPress is perfect for growing businesses and can be just as easy to use as Wix with the right guide.
How to Setup a WordPress Hosting
In this video tutorial, I will show you how to set up WordPress hosting. You will need hosting for your new website since you cannot use Wix hosting. Don’t worry, it’s easy to do.
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Table of contents:
If you want to skip over parts, please use the time references in the table of contents.
- 00:01 – Introduction
- 01:05 – Choosing a WordPress Hosting Provider
- 04:13 – Signing Up for WordPress Hosting
- 06:10 – Accessing CPanel
- 06:44 – Creating a Temporary Domain Name
- 12:03 – Conclusion