Did you know that Bluehost is the only hosting provider that is endorsed by WordPress (the world’s best blogging platform)? That is saying something about Bluehost’s awesome products and quality of service. I recently wrote about my 5 Reasons to use Bluehost, and how you can grow your blog with Bluehost, now it is time to walk you through setting up your Bluehost account. *This post may contain affiliate links, by clicking on them you are helping to support this sweet little blog of mine (read my disclaimer policy).
Remember, that to process your order you will need to pay upfront for your chosen service term.
Step Two: If you have a domain address already you can enter it here. You will have a few extra steps to ensure your set-up is correct. As noted, BlueHost will help you through this process. If you do not already have a domain name, you may select your domain name here.
Step Three: Enter your information into the form provided.
Step Four: Select the hosting term that will best suit your needs. The longer your hosting term (12, 24, 36 months) the more money you will save. A bonus is that Bluehost is scalable, meaning it is easy to upgrade your services as your business needs grow. There are many additional options that can drive up the price, review them carefully and choose the best options for your needs.
Step Five: Congrats! You are all set-up! You can easily integrate a WordPress site with the hosting package you just bought, or your can migrate your current site over to WordPress.
Need help migrating your site over or just ready to redesign your site completely? Check out Bellano Studio, if it can be done, Thauna can do it for you.
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