Tutorials, Tips, and Resources

for Creating a Better Blog



Domains and Hosting

Start a WordPress Blog for $2.95 (This Week Only!)

It’s no secret that I love a good deal. Black Friday and Cyber Monday is likely one of my most favourite times of the year for this very reason. I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to share a killer deal from InMotion Hosting this Cyber Monday, because it is the biggest sale of the year and I know many of you love to save as well! This week only,…


How To Set Up WordPress in Under 5 Minutes

Even though I’ve previously shared how easy it is to set up a Wordpress blog, some people are still a little hesitant on whether or not they have the skills to do it themselves. I decided to create a quick video to show you just how easy it is so you could watch along in “real time”! You will see that setting up a Wordpress blog is really quick and…


Today Only: Start Your WordPress Blog For Just $2.95/month!

If you were ever thinking of starting your own Wordpress blog, or migrating from Blogger to Wordpress, today is the day to do it! I love a good Cyber Monday sale, and today Bluehost is offering my readers a special cost of just $2.95/month for hosting, and as always you get unlimited space, a FREE domain name, 5 minute Wordpress install, unlimited email accounts, and great support. I use Bluehost…


Which Type of Web Hosting Do You Need?

“I think you should create a post which would explain which type of hosting plan is good for hosting WP. Some people just signup for those basic shared hosting plan because they are cheap and promises to provide unlimited everything…” – Mithun Today’s post comes from a reader email who suggested I talk about types of web hosting for Wordpress. I thought this was a great idea because I know…


How To Set Nameservers For WordPress

If you’ve chosen the route of registering your domain name at GoDaddy, and hosting your Wordpress based site elsewhere like Bluehost, you will now need to link the two together. It’s very easy to do. You will need one thing from your hosting provider, and that is the DNS/Nameservers. In your hosting account admin area these values should be viewable, or may be contained inside of an initial welcome email…


Navigate