Currently, the rapid changes in the world make it essential for businesses of any class, size, and economic sector to have a website. Until some time ago, a person without programming skills and knowledge couldn’t create a website. This is now possible, in part thanks to platforms like WordPress that make website creation easier.
According to Managewp, approximately 75 million websites are built on this Content Management System. Precisely the ease of adding and modifying content is one of the features that has made the platform so popular. This article will guide you on the creation of a relatively simple website.
Check out below the ten steps on how to make a WordPress website.
1. Choose and Buy Domain
The domain is one of the most important parts of this process because it defines what you’ll call yourself in the world of the Internet. According to Wikipedia, a domain is a unique name that identifies a website on the Internet. It is very important to note that it must be a short name that can be easily identified and that it is directly related to the brand or product.
Your domain can be .com, .co, .net, .biz, .com.co or many other combinations and the price depends largely on this. This price is generally paid for one year with the possibility of automatically renewing it and includes domain ownership and registration. Several websites sell domains.
2. Choose and Pay for Hosting
Hosting, in a simple concept and possibly away from the purely technical definition, is where the information contained in the website is stored. Here you can find great value hosting plans. InterServer hosting service costs vary and range from 6 dollars a month to 36 depending on what kind of WordPress hosting plan you need.
Once the Hosting service has been selected and paid, generally, for one year, the domain is associated, and the characteristics of the hosting and the email or emails should be configured if they are included in the package purchased.
3. Install WordPress on the hosting you bought
Generally, the hosting services offer the possibility of installing WordPress with one or a few clicks; the options mentioned above include
This article was written by Muhammad Abdullah and originally published on WPArena.