WordPress Tutorial – How To Install WordPress on a BlueHost Domain

11 04 2011

WelcomeToWordPress.com This tutorial demonstrates how to install a WordPress blog using BlueHost’s installation utility. If you need a domain, you can get one at http Other hosting providers may also offer a simple WordPress installation option. Check your control panel for “Fantastico” or look for “Simple Scripts.” If your hosting provider offers a simple installation option, the process will likely be similar to the steps in this video. Visit WelcomeToWordPress.com for other WordPress Tutorials including -Customizing your blog’s title and selecting a theme -Writing your first post -Using and modify widgets on your blog -Finding and installing plug-ins -Reviews and tutorials on specific plug-ins you may want to use You can also find tutorials on other subjects, and sign up for a free weekly newsletter filled with updates, tips and resources.

BlueHost is one of the very few web hosting providers to receive a 5 out of 5 star rating at Clickfire.com. Several big name web hosting companies have been taken to the woodshed by our reviewers for poor customer support, unfair TOS or poor control panel UI (gotta love these guys and gals, not afraid to speak the truth because they are purposely independant) . What are the main selling points of BlueHost? Cheap .95 per month rate “Unlimited” bandwidth and disk space 24/7 US Phone Support (no overseas outsourcing) Since doing the review, we’ve seen BlueHost go through various changes, some positive, some negative (of course this is debated in the text version of the review comments). After watching the BlueHost Genesis over the years, one thing becomes apparent: under the leadership of Utah entrepreneur Matt Heaton, BlueHost’s aggressive customer acquisition model has propelled this provider to great heights in the shared cPanel web hosting arena. Read more about the pros and cons and everything in between that we discovered in our hands-on BlueHost web host review. We logged in to BlueHost and called customer support. We looked at the BlueHost terms of service. We tested their user interface. Last but not least, we rated this and many other shared web hosts. Read the full Clickfire bluehost review here and let us know what you think. http://www.clickfire.com If you’re interested in our process for reviewing and rating web hosts objectively, check it out here: http://www.clickfire




4 responses

11 04 2011

Thanks Aniko…you’re not so bad yourself 😉

~ Lynne and Chad 🙂

11 04 2011

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11 04 2011

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11 04 2011

Great review.

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