YES, you can start your own blog or website for under $50
Guess what? Bluehost has an incredible deal for you to sign up and get that website or blog you have been talking about all these years for less than $50. The best part of this deal is the hosting. It’s already included in the price and you can host multiple websites! When you sign up, don’t forget to add Domain Whois Privacy (helps prevent unwanted solicitations).
Ok, so how do you register your website? It’s not as difficult as some of you think. Infact, it’s pretty straightforward. My job is to teach you how to do things for yourself and empower you to succeed.
Get a domain name & Host It
If you can purchase anything online, you surely can do this yourself (and you don’t need to pay someone else money to do this for you).
Register your domain (your website; your Internet real estate – that’s what I call it ). I mean, www.yourname.com (whichever name you want to call your business).
For under $50 Bluehost is giving my readers a great deal so you can grab your domain name and host it too for one year or more! That’s a good investment in your future. You can afford this if you avoid that local cafe you just love to visit daily for a week.
Ok, I’m lost. What is hosting?
Here are my two cents on hosting
You buy your Internet real estate (register your domain name). It’s like buying a piece of land. To turn it into a house, many things have to happen. You need to get all the pipes working, foundation solid, etc. I’m not an architect or construction expert but one thing I do know is this: as you build, the house will be seen. Web hosting allows your website to be seen online 24/7. I hope this helps!
And these are the two things you need to learn how to register your website.
Now, the next steps are: Click on any of the sample images and go straight to registration.
Now you go for it and emancipate you!
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