monetize images in your blog post for extra income

Monetize Images in Your Blog post for Extra Incom

I hope you now the importance of adding images to blog posts to make it both attractive and for traffic from image search engines. Today I’m going to explain you some of the unexplored way of monetizing your blog through Images. Either if you are a professional blogger or a part time blogger, mostly why bloggers blog is to make money and  “Blog is a duck laying a golden egg”. If you are smart enough, you can make the most of your blog. There are many source of income from a blog. Today I’m going to share some tips on how to monetize images and earn extra income.

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I recently realized the importance of images and started adding meaningful and beautiful images to most of my posts. And I came through an Idea of monetizing images in my blog posts. That is when I found Image Space Media to make the most from images in my blog post. Image Space Media’s transparent In-Image ads pay you for your site’s unique visual identity.

Image Space Media is the leading provider of In-Image advertising for the Internet, reaching over 55 million unique users worldwide each month. And it is really a best way for additional revenue from blogs.

Monetize Picture Blog using Image Space Media

Some may still don’t like it saying that it is not suitable for images with tutorials and steps. But In-image ads only appear when you hover on the image, so it is not  annoying like pop-under ads. Since I can’t show you the demo here in Shoutmeloud, you can check the demo here

1. Hightlights

  • Sophisticated keyword matching is based on your metadata to ensure all ads are targeted and relevant.
  • Ads only appear when hovered over the image.
  • Doesn’t conflict with other revenue sources
  • Simple snippet of JavaScript code which you can insert into your site’s code.
  • Payment via PayPal once a $25 minimum payout is reached.

You can signup and check it yourself here. It takes 24 hours for approval. And there are no restrictions on minimum traffic to get your account approved.

What do you think about monetizing images for extra income and will you start using In-Image ads in your blog?

Why Google AdSense is best Advertisment Program for blog

Why Google AdSense Earning Your Blog

Blog of the best ways to make money online via blogging is by displaying advertisements on your blog. There are many ads networks available such as AdSense, Chitika, VigLink,Infolinks and many others. Obviously, we can’t clutter our blogs with too many ads, so we need to choose the best and most effective program available for the purpose of making money from our blogs.

AdSense is a product from Google that allows us to show contextual ads on a blog. It’s one of the best monetization ad networks available for any website, and people are making thousands of dollars every day using only Google AdSense.

What are the benefits of using AdSense?

One of the direct benefits of AdSenseis the fact that it is a legitimate advertisement program by Google. Whenwetalk about making money from a blog, the easiest method of doing so is to put AdSense on your blog and start writing content.

When people click on the AdSense ads posted on your blog, you will earn money. (Remember to avoid clicking on your own ads, as this is a violation of AdSense policies.)

AdSense is a contextual ad network, which means that ads will be displayed according to your content. For example, if you are writing a post on web hosting, you are more likely to see ads related to hosting or domains.

Another way AdSense shows ads is by using the cookie method. Based on user search history, they display all to targeted ads which convert better.

In short, AdSense makes sure that readers will see targeted ads, and thus you will get more clicks and higher payouts than you will with any other ad network.

Why Google AdSense over other ads networks?

Easy to set up:

Once you have an approved AdSense account, all you need to do is add a code to your theme file, and advertisements will start running on your blog.

Here is a complete guide on how to create and set up an AdSense account.

AdSense means recognition:

AdSense is one of the most highly rated and recognized advertisement programs available. However, AdSense does not approve all types of blogs, and they are especially likely to reject blogs which are still in need improvement.

Once you have AdSense running on your blog, it means that your blog has been authorized. (This may not be true in all cases.)

One account for all sites:

With most ad networks, you need to add all of your sites manually, and upon approval of each individual site, you can place ads on that site. With AdSense, however, once you have an approved AdSense account, you can put ads on any website which complies with the AdSense terms of service. There is no need to set up different accounts for different blogs. You can also use your custom channel to see how your ad slots are performing.

Support forum:

Unlike other advertisement programs, AdSense has a wide range of advertisers and publishers. AdSense also has a support forum, and you will find lots of tutorials on how to increase your AdSense revenue.

Payment:

The major problem you will face with small advertising companies is the issue of payment. Despite meeting the minimum payout limit, you may have difficulty getting your payment. Furthermore, if you do some research, you will come to realize how many of these companies are fraudulent. AdSense, on the other hand, is very transparent in terms of payment, and you are unlikely to face any issues obtaining your payment from AdSense.

If you have just started using AdSense, I suggest that you install the AdSense Chrome add-on, which will help you to quickly track your AdSense earnings.

There could be many other reasons for selecting AdSense as your advertising network of choice. Use the comments section below to let us know what made you choose AdSense over other advertising networks.

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How to get google AdSense Approval with new blog

How to Get Google Adsense Approval With A New Blog

First Ready Your Blog Before Applying for Adsense:

Adsense moderators always approve those blogs whose have met up the requirements. First of all, you should make your blog ready for this process. Check first if your blog considers these requirements. Now, there are some initial basic requirements announced by AdSense team, and there are some known hacks and tricks that work. For example, on this official page it’s mentioned that for countries like China & India, publishers need to own the site for minimum 6 months, which is not a thumb-rule. Many Indian bloggers have got approval with one-month-old domain. The only thing which really matter here is “Quality”. Let’s look at factors which will make your blog AdSense ready:

Write High-Quality Contents:

A writing proverb “Content is King” helps you understand this requirement. A high-quality blog is identified with the high-quality contents. Great contents mean unique, decorated, stated and clear concerted content. Some black hat webmasters say, copy paste content only between 100-200 words is enough. But, I may assure him that his journey to Adsense will be certainly finished. I think, how a blog post or content could be only between 100-200 words? In my judgment, it is not possible to completely describe a topic within 100-200 words. And if copy paste content is enough, anybody can declare him as a blogger. Please keep in mind, Google AdSense doesn’t approve blogs with copy pasted copyright content. A well-optimized blog post should be 100% unique and above 500-600 words. So, always write blog post above this limit and it must be unique which clearly determinate the post topic.

Optimize Blog Post with Meta Tags and Make It Search Engine Friendly:

Optimize your unique blog post with Meta Title and Description Tag. The meta tags describe what the content is about to the crawler bots. It is not possible for AdSense editorial board to check every single website that has applied to get AdSsense approval. So, positively they will use their crawler bots. The bots will check for every footprint on your blog.  That’s why you should make sure; you have specified these tags with appropriate information.

Please keep in mind that your Meta Title should be between 69 characters (including spaces), and Meta Description should be between 156 characters (including spaces). If you are using platform like WordPress or Blogger, here are two guides which will cover all basic SEO requirements:

Have Sufficient Contents or Posts:

You must lead sufficient contents or posts on every page and category. In total, you should have 15-30 blog posts on your whole blog. This is not an official declaration. But, I recommend everybody to at least have it. So, you should have at least 3-4 posts in every category, tag and page. Google Adsense told that we must have sufficient contents in every single web page. So, we should add contents in all pages and categories. There shouldn’t be any blank page without any content. And these posts have to pass the minimum length of 500-600 words as it is the best blog post length. The more you increase the length, the more you go towards to get Google Adsense approval.

Blog Domain Must Old At least 6 Months:

As I mentioned above, in certain countries like India and China, there is a requirement for 6 months for the domain to apply for AdSense. Here is official statement from AdSense team:

“In some locations, including China and India, we require publishers to have owned their sites for 6 months. We’ve taken this step to ensure the quality of our advertising network and protect the interests of our advertisers and existing publishers.”

Some blog domain could get approved having less old than six months. Even, I got my Adsense account with just two-month-old domain. Can you imagine? But, the average domain age for certain geo-location should be six months.

Apply Using Root Domain:

You should always apply using the root domain like yourdomain.com. Not blog.yourdomain.com.

Be Serious to Choose Content Images:

Google Adsense doesn’t approve blogs if they lead to copyrighted contents. Copyrighted means the things that have been copied from others directory without their permission. And we make fault every time when choosing an image. Some people just go to an image directory, take their suitable images and upload these on their blogs. Did they ever check if they have permission to use these? The really sad news is that, most of the webmasters who fail to get Adsense because of this copyrighted law. And this is really caused by copyrighted images. Here are guides which will help you to find images for free:

Lead a Nice design and Blog Structure:

Blog structure is the basic structure of your blog. So, make sure that you have a nice looking header, content area, sidebar, footer, etc. Always think if the visitors will like the structure. If people like it, Adsense would definitely like it. The first impressionof any blog comes with blog design, and you can take advantage of any professional looking templates (free or paid), and use it on your blog.

Check if Your Blog is Not Blocked by Google:

Be sure that, your blog is not blocked by Google. Because Adsense will check your blog statistics on their search engine. Don’t know how to check it? Just search for “site:yourdomain.com” on Google. If you find out search results, your blog is not blocked. But, if you not, it is blocked.

Don’t Have Adsense Prohibited Content:

Adsense has directly told that, sites with adult contents, copyrighted contents, drug alcohol-related contents, hacking cracking contents, violent contents, weapons related contents and other illegal contents will not be approve.

Visitors Are Not a Factor for Approval Yet:

For getting Adsense approved, visitors are not a factor. Because you will get approved depending on your blog quality. It is sure that the Adsense moderator will never check for visitor count. So, don’t worry about visitors. But, for generating revenues, you must have enough visitors.

Here is one video where Harsh talked about getting AdSense approval:

Applying for Google Adsense:

If you follow all the above mentioned tips, you are most likely to get your AdSense application approval at first go. But, before you apply for the same, here are two articles that you should definitely refer to:

And once you are ready, read this guide to apply for an AdSense account. Do let me know if you have any particular question related to AdSense approval, and I would love to answer them. If you enjoyed reading this article, don’t forget to share it on Facebook and Google plus.

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The Ultimate WordPress Guide For Beginners

The Ultimate WordPress Guide For Beginner

Welcome to this exclusive edition of bloggeread with blogger where you will be learning how to create and setup your WordPress blog. This guide is exclusively for new bloggers who want to set up their blog on the WordPress platform.
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For existing WordPress bloggers, I have also listed some pro tips that you should start implementing right now to make your WordPress blog more professional.

This WordPress guide will show you the following things:

  • How to buy web-hosting and a domain name for your WordPress blog.
  • Essential things to setup after installing WordPress.
  • Things that you need to doimmediately after the initial WordPress configuration (Step by step tutorials with pictures).
  • WordPress plugins that you need to install and how to set them up.
  • Pro tips to make your WordPress blog grow faster.
  • Essential SEO of your WordPress blog.

You can have your WordPress blog up and running in the next 10 minutes.

Do remember, this WordPress for beginner’s guide is crafted with the utmost care and is regularly updated. You should bookmark this page for future reference. You are encouraged to browse our WordPress catalog where you can find more articles apart from what I have listed here.

Creating your WordPress blog (First step)

The first thing that you need to do in order to create a WordPress blog is to buy web-hosting and a domain name.

  • Web-hosting is where your files are stored.
  • The domain is the name of your blog.

You can buy hosting from Bluehost, which comes with a free domain and costs only $3.95/month for unlimited hosting space and bandwidth (with the discount link below).

This process will take 5 minutes and here is a guide to help you along the way. Click on the below link and get a hosting package now.

The next thing you need to do is install the WordPress blog onto your domain name. This process will take another 5-10 minutes. Below is the step by step tutorial:

Once you have your WordPress blog Installed, you need to make a few changes such as setting up permalinks, updating the ping list, setting up discussion settings, etc. Don’t worry, it’s not technical and you can quickly do it with the help of the guide below:

Good job on getting this far! Your blog is now up and running.

A few things to learn before moving to the next level:

Here are a few more things that you need to learn before moving to the next level. This will help you to move through everything quicker and without getting stuck anywhere in between.

WordPress For Beginners:

Use these guides as your reference:

With all of the above steps completed, you have graduated from newbie to beginner!

Beginner Tips To Blogging Like A WordPress Pro:

One of the major mistakes that many newbies make after creating a WordPress blog is they don’t bother setting up some of the things that can create a huge difference.

These few setups will help out in every aspect of your new website and each step won’t take more than 5 minutes.

In case you have any confusion, you can drop me an email at jagguvsdattu1996@gmail.com, and I will reply to your query within 24 hours.

WordPress SEO: From Beginner to Intermediate Level

Welcome to the next level!

These steps are going to create the biggest difference for your WordPress blog. This section will ensure you start driving traffic to your blog & your written post will be seen by more people.

You will need about one hour to understand everything here. If you have been learning and implementing everything continuously thus far, take a break! Come back with a fresh mind as you will be learning the things that will make you stand apart from other bloggers.

Do let us know if you want to add any specific WordPress topics into this WordPress guide.

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How To Install wordpress theme

WordPress themes can be installed from Dashboard or FTP software. We will give you the guide to both the methods & before we move ahead, I would like you to read following guide, which will help you to get started with WordPress.

Before we move ahead with this guide, here are some of the resources from where you can download WordPress themes. Though there are many Free WordPress themes available, I always vouch for premium one if you are looking to establish a professional blog on WordPress:

There are many other resources, and you can check them at Best WordPress Optimum club. Though you might like to Install WordPress locally and test your WP Theme before making new theme live on your site. For starters, when we install WordPress, by default we get stock WordPress theme which is Twenty eleven at the moment. You can always search themes from WordPress free themes directory using WP dashboard, or you can download any .zip file for the theme and upload it directly using any of the below given two methods.

Guide to Install WordPress theme:

By now, I assume you have downloaded WordPress theme from the official repo. Usually, most of the premium theme clubs offer Themes in.Zip format, which you can use to install WP theme directly from the dashboard. So let’s assume, you have downloaded the theme file in.Zip format and you want to install it on your self-hosted WordPress blog.

  • Login to your WordPress dashboard
  • Navigate to Appearance> Themes > Add new

Here is a screenshot for the procedure:

 

Click on Upload theme. & then Browse/Upload the downloaded WordPress theme file in.Zip format.


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Once you click on Install now, your theme will be uploaded and will be installed on your server. On the next screen, you will see an option to activate the theme like this:

 

Before you activate the theme, you can preview your site with a new design by clicking on Preview.At times, preview might not give the exact preview and will show some error, it usually happens. So, if it’s not your live site, you can activate and see the theme live on your site.

How to Install WordPress theme using FTP:

This is one method that I prefer when installing multiple themes or editing themes. FTP method is useful when your server security doesn’t allow you to install theme and plugins from the dashboard. When installing themes from the dashboard is throwing some error. Moreover, FTP method can be considered as manual WordPress theme installation.

To get started with FTP method to install the theme, you need to have an FTP software like FileZilla or your cPanel should offer FTP access from the web panel. Apart from FTP, you need to have software like WinRAR to unpack the .zip file.

In FTP method, we remove the theme and upload it directly to your themes folder. WordPress themes folder is located under WP-content folder of your WordPress directory.

Unpacking the theme:

As I mentioned above, most of the theme club pack the theme in the .zip format as WordPress supports .zip compression at this time. So, you need to unzip the theme folder. If you don’t have any such software installed, download the free version of WinRAR from the official site and install it. Once installed, right-click on .zip folder of the theme and select unzip, see screenshot:

 

Now login to your FTP manager and locate to wp-content/Themes folder or your WordPress installation and upload the unzipped folder directly. So in case, I will directly upload Unzipped folder to my server.

 

That’s it, and now your theme is uploaded on your server. Now it’s time to preview and activate the theme.

How to activate WordPress theme:

Once you have installed the theme using dashboard or FTP method, you can always browse all installed themes from your WP dashboard. Go to Appearance> Themes, and you will see a list of all installed themes on your blog. You can Preview or activate the theme directly from here.

 

How to delete/uninstall WordPress themes:

So by now we have learned how we can install WordPress theme. Now, it’s time to remove unused WordPress themes. Similar to WordPress theme installation, there are two ways by which you can remove WordPress theme.

As shown in above picture, you can browse to Appearance> Themes and click on delete to remove any theme. I suggest, never delete your live theme directly. Switch to another theme first and then deletes existing themes.

You can also login to your FTP Manager and locate to wp-content/Themes and delete the theme which you would like to delete. Personally, I find Dashboard method is the best way to get rid of unused themes.

Note: If you are switching from any Wp theme whose SEO features you are using, don’t forget to export and import it to your new theme. Or you can alternatively, use many plugins like a WordPress SEO to import SEO settings from the current theme.

Anyways, I hope this Install WordPress theme guide will help you to move one more step to WordPress. If you have any particular query related to WordPress, don’t forget to let us know on our Fan Page. Also, a quick reminder for WordPress newbies to subscribe to our Email newsletter to keep receiving more topics related to WordPress.

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How To Install WordPress Plugin Your Blog

3 Different way    To install wordpress Plugin

WordPress plugin is a full-fledged content management system (CMS), and there are a couple of technical things to know about when you start using WordPress.
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Installing WordPress plugins is one thing that every self-hosted WordPress blogger should know how to do.
Technically, WordPress offers three ways to install WordPress plugins on your blog:

  1. Search and install
  2. Upload and install
  3. FTP
In the FTP method, you upload the plugin using an FTP software such as FileZilla or Cyber-Duck You then activate and configure it. In the other two methods, you search, find, install, and activate the plugin with a few simple clicks.

Search For & Install Plugin From WordPress Dashboard

Installing a plugin from the WordPress dashboard is the easiest way.

If you know the name of the plugin, you can directly search from the dashboard and install it.

Simply log into your blog’s dashboard and click on Plugins > Add New. Then type your search term into the search box on the top right.

In this case, I searched for WP- Optimize and I got the following results:

Install new WordPress plugin

You can click on “More Details” to see more information about any plugin. Make sure you check that the plugin is compatible with your current version of WordPress.

Also, be sure to read the How to your website BackUp primeum Plugin and safe your Data.

To install, simply click on “Install Now”and then “Activate Plugin” on the next page

Install WordPress Plugin

The next step is to go into the settings panel of the plugin and make all of the necessary changes. Much of the time, we make the mistake of installing plugins without properly configuring them. After installing any plugin, always be sure to configure the settings.

Install Plugin  Downloaded From 3rd Party Sites

Upload New plugin

If you have downloaded a WordPress plugin from somewhere, you can upload the .zip file and install it directly from the WordPress dashboard.

Click on “Upload Plugin” and browse your drive to find the .zip file.

At this time, WordPress only accepts the .zip format for uploading WordPress plugins and themes.

FTP Method To Install WordPress Plugin

This is another method that is very useful when you can’t install a WP plugin using the WordPress dashboard.

You simply download the plugin from the WordPress plugin library, unzip it, and upload it to your WordPress plugin library using your FTP software. Normally, the plugin upload folder is located under wp-content/plugins.

Once you are done uploading the file, you can simply go to the WordPress plugins folder in the WP dashboard and activate the plugin. This is a very useful method for those who don’t have access to installing plugins or themes from the dashboard due to server restriction.

Three Ways To InstallWordPress Plugin

Personally, I prefer using the dashboard’s search and upload feature. Only in specific cases do I need to use the FTP method.

Managing WordPress plugins is also easy. All you need to do is go to the plugins folder in the WP dashboard and activate or deactivate plugins with a single click.

Sometimes you may find that you’re facing issues with your WordPress site after installing a certain plugin. Simply log into your dashboard via FTP and deactivate that plugin. Certain plugins are not compatible with certain versions of WordPress and will cause problems.

Also check out:

If you have any issues regarding installing, activating, and deactivating plugins, let me know via the comments.

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8 Best Usefully Setting After Creating A WordPress Blog

WordPress General Settings for visitor role, tagline, title line, permalink, for other then general settings wordpress site.

So far you have learned:

8 Best Setting After Creating A WordPress settings

1. Delete Default Post, Page, and Comment

delete default WordPress post

Log in to your WordPress dashboard and go to Posts > All Posts and delete the default “Hello world” post.

Similarly, go to Pages > All Pages and delete the default “Sample Page”.

And finally, click on “Comments” and delete the default comment.

2. Set Up WordPress Permalinks

 

The default WordPress permalink is – http://yourdomain.com/p=123.

This permalink is short, but not friendly for search engines.

Go to Settings > Permalink and select “Post name”.

Click “Save”.

Now, when your URLs appear in search engines,  will be visible. This will help you rank higher and get more traffic.

Here is an example from SML:

 

3. Set Your Timezone

 

The next two settings are found in Settings > General.

Make sure to set your timezone to your local time so that when you schedule posts, they will go live according to your time.

Also note:

When you installed WordPress, you added a “Site Title” & “Tagline”. You can change those anytime from this settings page. These two things are very important because this is what shows up in Google Search.

You can also set your admin email address (where you’ll receive all admin correspondence) from this settings page.

4. Enable/Disable User Registration

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You need to decide if you are going to (like ShoutMeLoud), or if you are going to be the sole author.

If you are going to allow guest posting (like SML does), then be prepared to get a lot of spam registrations. However, you can fix that with the help of plugin.

To allow this, tick off the “Anyone can register” box, and set the “New User Default Role” as “Contributor”.

If you don’t want people to register, don’t tick the “Anyone can register” box.

5. Set WordPress Discussion/Comments Settings

WordPress comment settings

Now, go to Settings > Discussion.

This can get confusing if you don’t know what to do here. But just follow the above screenshot and you’ll be good.

6. Populate WordPress Ping List

updating WordPress ping list

By default, WordPress only pings one service. But you can notify many more services by extending the ping list.

Go to Settings > Writing and add in more services to the ping list.

7. WordPress Media Settings

This setting will greatly improve the way WordPress handles images.

By default, WordPress create multiple sizes for every uploaded image. This is not a good practice. This will load up your blog with unnecessary files and your blog will quickly become bloated.

Go to Settings > Media, and use the below screenshot to configure the proper settings:

WordPress Media settings

I would also highly recommend that you add a plugin which compresses images as they’re uploaded.

8. Disable Directory Browsing

For this setting, you will need to edit your WordPress .htacche file. Don’t panic; it’s actually pretty easy.

Add this line of code to your .htaccess file (at the bottom):

Options All -Indexes

This will disable directory browsing which is a very important step for maintaining the security your blog.

Quick Recap

  1. Delete defaults.
  2. Set up WordPress permalink structure.
  3. Set time zone.
  4. Set user registration.
  5. Thread comments.
  6. Populate WordPress ping list.
  7. Set WordPress media settings.
  8. Disable directory browsing.

If you just installed WordPress, make sure that these 8 essential settings are properly configured. Anytime you install WordPress, you should make sure to do these 8 things before doing anything else. I’d recommend you bookmark this post so you can refer back every time you make a WordPress installation.

Important Things To Do After Installing WordPress

Once you are done setting up WordPress, best it’s times to install plugin.

  • Install and set up Yosto SEO
  • Install and set up W3  Total  cache

How many of these essential WordPress settings did you know about? What other settings would you recommend to all WordPress users? Let me know what you think in the comments below.

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WordPress blog create with Bluehost

How to create WordPress blog with Bluehost hosting

Thereare many cheap and reliable hosting services for WordPress out there, and one of the best is Bluehost.

This guide is for newbies to learn how to install WordPress on BlueHost hosting.

I have recommended Bluehost for best my client sites, and what I like about them is they don’t oversell themselves. They’re simple, they’re innovating new stuff to make WordPress management easier, and they’re one of the best.

In case you don’t know, Bluehost is one of the official recommend best hosting which is a big deal.

One thing I like about Bluehost is that they’ve scaled their server for optimum performance when running WordPress. They offer unlimited bandwidth, unlimited storage, premium support, and everything else you could possibly need to run a successful WordPress blog. Recently Bluehost made some major improvements in terms of WordPress management and that includes you can use free SSL, WordPress will be auto installed and they made WordPress more secure on their server.

Complete Guide To Installing WordPress Blog On BlueHost:

So why Bluehost?

Bluehost offers a standard cPanel hosting, which comes with Fantastico. Fantastico is one of the easiest ways to install WordPress, or you can use the manual wordpress method.Though, I would suggest using Fantastico because it’s really easy and effective.

If you’re still struggling to decide if Bluehost is right for you, I suggest to just go for it. It’s important that any WordPress web host meets certain technical requirements, and Bluehost perfectly meets these needs. It can handle any low-medium traffic site with ease. That said, I always recommend using a wordpress catch plugin when you are using shared/VPS hosting.

Assuming you already have a Bluehost account (if you don’t, get one here), you are ready to move ahead with this tutorial.

Log in to your Bluehost account and click on “hosting” at the top to get inside the cPanel:

Bluehost cPanel

Scroll down to “website” and select“Install WordPress” from the list:

Install WordPress blog on Bluehost

On the next screen, click on “Install”:

Install WordPress on Bluehost Shared hosting

On the next page, select the domain on which you want to install WordPress:

wordpress-bluehost

Note: Here you can decide if you want your domain to be with “www.” or without “www.” Nowadays, it’s all about shorter URLs, so I recommend selecting your domain without “www.” (you will get this option when you click on the dropdown),

Check that the domain is available, and click “Next”.

Click on “Show advanced options”:

WordPress advanced installation

In this step, you can select your WordPress username and password for your login.

Important: Make sure you don’t select “admin” as the username. Instead, use some random username along with a complex password. Also, keep a check mark on “Automatically create a new database for this installation.”

Click on “Install Now” and WordPress will start installing.

The whole process should take about 1 minute.

Don’t close the page until you see the check mark and the words “Installation Complete”:

bluehost-wordpress-installation-complete

An email will be sent to the registered email address about the login and password information.

Create your WordPress blog on Bluehost (includes a free domain name)

Things To Do After Installing WordPress On Bluehost:

Once WordPress is installed (on any host) there are a few things that you should always do.

This takes us to the next lesson in our series:

Part 4: Essential Things To Do After Installing WordPress

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How To Buy Bluehost Hosting with Free Domain

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For the purpose of this tutorial, I will be using Bluehost, which is an officially recommended hosting service for WordPress.

BlueHost for free SSL sertificate which is must have & also you have an option to upgrade Version PHP 7.0 As a bonus, with Bluehost, you will get one free domain name. Not only will this save you money, it will also allow you to manage everything in one place.
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I suggest you follow along with this guide and purchase your hosting plan and domain name as outlined here. Note: This guide is detailed, so grab a cup of coffee, and follow along closely and carefully!

Before we begin, here are a couple of things you need to have in preparation:

1. Domain Name

A domain name is like your online address. This is where your blog/website lives.

You will get one free domain name with Bluehost, or you can use any of your existing domain names if you already have one purchased. (Even if you don’t need the free domain name now, you can use it later.) 

2. Payment Mode

When purchasing your web hosting and domain, you can make payment via credit card, debit card, or paypal. Be sure to have your payment mode on hand.

A few things you should know:

Here are two guides that I recommend you read first. This will give you some basic information about web hosting, and you will learn how to save money on your web hosting purchases.

Now let’s buy our hosting plan…

The step-by-step guide to buying a web hosting plan:

To begin, head over to Bluehost homepage and click on “get started now”.

This will take you to a page where you will see three different packages from which to choose. I will quickly explain the various packages, but you should also to get a deeper understanding of what these packages offer.

Here are my recommendation

  • Running only one site: Basic
  • Running more than one site: Plus
  • Need SSL and dedicated I.P. address: Prime

Unless you specifically need the Prime package, I recommend that you buy the Prime package. Even if right now you’re only hosting one site, with the Prime package, you can host unlimited sites in the future if you need to.

Note: The links I give here will give you a big discount on all of these packages. But this discount is only for the first bill, so it’s better to buy a package for 2-3 years to save money.

Click on “select” in front of the plan you have chosen.

Note: In this tutorial, I’m buying the Starter plan for 12 months. The process is the same regardless of which plan you choose.

Step 1: Choose a new (free) domain, or use an existing domain.

After selecting your plan, you can either choose to get a free domain name from Bluehost, or you can use any of your existing domain names.

Buy domain name

Remember that you can use your free domain name later if you don’t need it now.

You can also claim your free domain at a later point. Just email Bluehost’s customer service team and they’ll help you out.

If you are using an existing domain name, you need to change the nameservers at your domain registrar to:

  • NS1.Bluehost.com
  • NS2.Bluehost.com

If you want to keep things simple, enter the domain name you wish to buy in the “new domain” field, and your free domain will be activated with the web hosting plan.

Click on “next”, and from here, the remaining steps will be very simple.

Step 2: Enter your account details.

account-information

In this section, you need to enter your details (name, email address, address, etc.).

Make sure you verify every detail, especially your email address.Your login and hosting information will be sent to your email address.

Step 3: Select the right package.

This part is crucial, and you should pay extra attention here to make sure that you are not overcharged for add-ons that you do not need.

Choose your hosting package for a 24 or 36-month term.  You will notice that the price decreases as the tenure increases.

Be sure to deselect the options “Site Backup Pro” and “Sitelock Security” as you don’t really need them.

Step 4: Complete your hosting purchase.

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Before you make your payment, I suggest that you scroll up and verify all of the information once again.

By default, you will see the option to make payment via credit card only, but if you want to make payment via PayPal, click on “more payment options” and it will reveal the pay by PayPal option as well.

After making payment, you will see another sales page like the one below.

Ignore this.

Click on “complete” at the end of the page.

complete webhosting order

On the next page, you will see a confirmation of your hosting package purchase, and you will see a screen like the one below.

Click on “create your password”.

hosting purchase confirmed

Step 5: Select a  password.

This is the final stage of your web hosting purchase.

You can choose a password, or you can use a password generator to create a complex password (which I recommend). Copy and paste the password in a safe place, and click on“Paste”.

Click on “Create”, and that’s it!

hosting password generator

Now the process of buying web hosting for your blog is 98% complete.

Step 6: Log into your web hosting cPanel.

Check your email inbox, and you will find a confirmation email with all of the login information for your web hosting account. The only thing that will not be included in the email is the password you created in the last step — this is for your security.

WordPress Webhosting Bought

Go to Bluehost.com, and click on“login” at the top.

In the login field, type your domain name or username and the password which you have chosen or generated.

Click “submit”.

Bluehost Login

You will now be inside of your Bluehost cPanel.

bluehost-cpanel

That’s it! Congratulations! You have just purchased your web hosting package and domain name.

Here are a couple of tutorials which you should follow to properly set up your WordPress blog:

If you have followed the steps mentioned in this article and the above two articles, you will have your WordPress blog installed, set up, and running in 30 minutes.

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WordPress Guide for all About Need to Know

How to Use new WordPress Platform?

In this guide, I will tell you all about what WordPress is, and I will illustrate for you the difference between these two variants of WordPress. This will be help you to understand which The new WordPress platform will be best for you

WordPress was started as a blogging tool, and it later evolved into a full CMS (content management system).

The first version of WordPress was to released in 2003, as an open source for project licensed under GPLV2. Over the past 10 years, WordPress has evolved into one of the most popular platforms for creating blogs and websites.

WordPress is based on PHP and best MySQL. Founded by Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little, WordPress is a project backed by their parent company to be Automattic, which also offers various WordPress related services and any to products, such as WordPress.com, so VaultPress, JetPack, VideoPress, can be WordPress VIP, Gravatar, and many others.

For starters, there are two import to things to know about WordPress:

WordPress Themes:

Unlike the standard website creators we know of, WordPress is backed by a huge community of freelance create designers and development many to companies offering free and premium wordpress themes.

One of the biggest challenges for a the webmaster of any website today is to create a great design and WordPress themes rise to that challenge very well.

Anyone can download free WordPress themes from the official WordPress repot, or from third party websites. You can also pay a little bit of money in a premium theme market price.

With the few click to WordPress you can change the design and get more appearance of your theme. WordPress can be used to create a blog or a best website, and the theme aspect makes it really easy for anyone to start a new website with no coding knowledge.

WordPress Plugins:

WordPress Plugins extend the core features of the WordPress software.

They help to add new features to your WordPress powered websites. There is a WordPress plugin for almost to the everything. All you need to do is find a plugin (features) that you need for your WordPress powered site, and when you add that plugin, you are adding those features to your site.

You can download WordPress plugins from the official plugin directory or from many individual plugin for the developers or companies.

WordPress.com WordPress.org: What’s the difference?

WordPress offers two variations of its software – WordPress.com and WordPress.org.

WordPress.org is also popularly known as a “self-hosted WordPress blog,” The which I will explain in a minute.

WordPress.com:

WordPress.com is a free blogging to platform offered by Automattic, which allows anyone to create a blog for free.

When you create a blog on the best WordPress.com, you will get a web address like “name.wordpress.com”. Your blog will be hosted on the WordPress server. This platform is perfect for someone who wants to have a blog simply for the purpose of hosting his or her personal writings.

Here are two big limitations:

  • You cannot install third party plugins
  • You have limited theme choices

From the perspective of a personal to blog, however, this is not a bad option, as the WordPress team takes care of managing your blog’s architecture and back-up.

WordPress.com is good for:

  • Individuals who wants to start a personal journal type the blog
  • Companies needing to have best web-space for announcements, where factors like design and the branding are not important

WordPress.com is not good for:

  • People who are planning to make money from a blog
  • Companies using a content new marketing blog as their for best marketing channel
  • Individuals desiring total control over their website (FTP, custom code, custom plugins, etc.)

WordPress.org aka Self-hosted platform

WordPress.org is a complete best to solution for people who are looking to start a blog for the purpose of making money, for promoting a small business, or for any other use such as creating an e-commerce site.

To use WordPress.org, download a copy of WordPress from the official new to Download for best wordpress  plan hosting and install it on your own best hosting server for BLUEHOST Click here link. Since WordPress.org is one of the world’s most popular platforms, to many hosting offer custom solutions or scripts like Fantastico which lets you install to WordPress.

I will write more about the difference between WordPress.com and guide WordPress.org later. First, let’s have a look at some of the features of best to WordPress.org platform:

WordPress.com and WordPress.org have similar interfaces (i.e. the new to WordPress dashboard).

WordPress.org, however, removes all the limitations of WordPress.com, and offers you complete control over your blog.

You can:

  • Create a custom theme/install third party themes
  • Install third party plugins
  • Monetize it in any way you choose

Here is a basic chart showing some of the differences between some get the WordPress.com and WordPress.org:

Comparing WordPress.com & WordPress.org Features

I hope this article has helped you to understand what WordPress is as well as the differences between best host WordPress.org (self-hosted) and WordPress.com.

I also hope the information I have to shared here has helped you to decide which blog platform you should use for your website.

If you have any questions or doubts regarding WordPress, feel free to ask me via the comments section below.

If you find this guide useful and more informative, please feel free to share it with your friends and colleagues on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

Here are some other interesting facts about the WordPress:

Some of the most popular websites in the world (TechCrunch, CNN, Forbes) are powered by WordPress VIP.

27% of the websites in the world best are powered by WordPress.

A WordPress app is available for all popular mobile platforms (iOS,Android, Blackberry).

You can do a search engine friendly migration of your existing blog from Blogger.com or WordPress.com to the self-host WordPress.org blog.

The WordPress platform created a to complete marketplace for individuals and companies to make money.

You can find or post jobs on many the freelance marketplaces like tested to   Freelancer.com. You can also get free support from an amazing community of WordPress users via the support forum.

WordPress is used to create many the  websites such as directory websites, affiliate systems, portfolio websites, to ticketing systems, and so on. There is a plugin for almost everything for new WordPress.

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