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How to start a WordPress blog

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Free WordPress Course worth £300: www.luckywebs.co.uk Learn how to create a £3,000 wordpress website. To get there you first must learn how to set up your own web hosting and install WordPress. This tutorial will show you each step how to set up your Bluehost web hosting and install WordPress on your chosen domain. Learn more at http://www.luckywebs.co.uk This video tutorial will show you how to get a domain free of charge. Attend the free WordPress course in Google campus and learn to create a mobile and tablet optimised website that will work really well when you create your business website. To learn more go to https://www.luckywebs.co.uk Like Luckywebs on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/luckywebs.co.uk HOW TO START A WORDPRESS BLOG? Watch this this step-by-step video tutorial where Luckywebs WordPress trainer Rafi reveals everything you need to know. There are 2 things you need before you can get your own website up and running: a domain and a web hosting package. This video is intended for people who are completely new to building a blog or a website. For this reason it is very detailed and cover the basics of getting your very own domain and setting up a web hosting package. BONUS: If you want to learn from Luckywebs how to make your own website your way with WordPress completely free of charge, then visit www.luckywebs.co.uk/beginners to sing up for our free WordPress course. It is held at Google Campus in Old Street, London (UK) between 10am-6pm. It is completely free of charge. As it is a hands-on course you will need to sign up to a web hosting package. Save £50 by signing up to Bluehost web hosting by visiting the link below: www.luckywebs.co.uk/bluehost Only if you sign up using the above link can you attend the 8hrs WordPress course free of charge. What's more, you even get a premium, responsive WordPress theme (website layout, the look and feel of the site) worth £60. This theme has enough features and options to save you at least 6 months you would have spent trying to code your way to get those features. Now moving on to the video. Some of the things covered include: - Setting up a domain name and hosting account with Bluehost - Getting your domain free of charge for the first year - Installing WordPress on your domain - Logging in to your WordPress website's dashboard. For more information and sign up details visit www.luckywebs.co.uk