Own Your Blog or Else! Easy WordPress Install

www.trishjones.com Watch this video tutorial and see how simple it is to get online with a blog today! Create a blog using free software from wordpress.org and get tips on why, if you want to become a serious blogger, if you want to make money with your blog or, if you want to control your blog, then using free blogs such as blogger.com or wordpress.com is NOT an option … You must own your blog. Heres why …if you use hosted solutions such as blogger.com or wordpress.com, they can delete your site without your permission and there is nothing you can do about it. Also, using hosted sites to host your blog means that you have limited opportunities of monetizing your blog because some of them dont allow you to make the most of advertising with say Google AdSense. WordPress.com for example makes it very clear that it is against their terms of service to commercialize your WordPress.com hosted blog by hosting paid advertising and will result in your blog being deleted. In fact, Ive just been reading one forum where there is a reader called "Rainmaker" and he seems to have made it his job to report people who are commercializing their WordPress blogs and within no time, their sites have been deleted by WordPress. So dont say you havent been warned. What you need to do is go to WordPress.org and download their free software and then upload the software to the server where you have your own hosting account, using your own domain name. Alternatively, you can use the <b>…<b>

24 thoughts on “Own Your Blog or Else! Easy WordPress Install

  1. i just opened a wordpress blog and wanted to know how to get an affiliate link and clickbank link on my blog? can this be done?

  2. yes you can. If you do a search on youtube for adding links to a wordpress, you’ll find some useful videos. I would have posted a link, but the system won’t let me. :-)

  3. I’m using Bluehost. I personally don’t do free. It can create all kinds of issues including lack of customer support, ads on your site and worst of all, it could be here today and gone tomorrow.

  4. thank you so much. i’m new to wordpress and blogging in general and was getting quit frustrated.

  5. Cool vid! Got some good take aways. Thanks.
    I purchased hosting for myself the first time just before, up until now I was just using free wordpress blogs with a masked domain. I found a coupon code though for hostgator which is who I finally chose I’m pretty sure others can use it as well: VIPHGATOR1 first month for only 1 cent isn’t to bad lol

  6. What hosting are you using that has the fantastico happy face button ? can i use a free server and have the fanstico button put there ?

  7. I personally don’t like godaddy hosting but it’s entirely up to you. Most cPanel hosting providers have the wordpress script including bluehost and hostgator, both of which I use.

    All the best,

    Trish

  8. yes she right you have to own your blog , is the best , 100 %

    dont waste your time with wordpress.CO….. . buy domain and web hosting ,

    meir-website. neT

  9. Nice tut
    thanks But i can’t get what i want

    But i can get Own domain for just 1 Usd For year so why Pay Your Domain
    17 Usd dam

  10. Hi, I will tell how you could make tons of cash making videos with protected links. Search for some royalty free music or sounds. Upload those to megaupload or something. Then join bee4biz (Google it) and lock your download link. Make videos showcasing your free download and post protected download link in video description. bee4biz pays you when people complete a survey to unlock your download link. They can pay weekly using Pyapal or moneybookers

  11. even though at first i thought this sucked in the end i really appreciated what she had to say and thank you very much for this nice lesson

  12. Appreciated this video and information, plan to go to your website now. Curious as to why you don’t care for godaddy? (I like your accent, too!)

  13. Great advice much appreciated and worked like a charm. epremiumthemes[.]blogspot[.]com

  14. Sorry this is late, but for anyone who might be interested … GoDaddy have got better, but in the past, I have found their hosting for WordPress just too complicated – unnecessarily so. I tend to stick with Bluehost and Hostgator.

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