Many that are new to the world of websites and blogging specifically will turn to the likes of Tumblr or Posterous, but they lack and yearn for the power that comes with a full self-hosted WordPress install.
Amongst other things, the plethora of plugins available for the open source platform is reason enough to make the leap, and to do it properly.
My Free Service
That’s right, I’ll set up your WordPress account with a basic theme and even install a couple of plugins, just for signing up for basic web hosting with my company Digital Priory. Ok, it sounds like a catch – but to live up to the challenge, I’ll do it for anyone who comes to me with a web hosting service.
I do have a couple of suggestions if you decide not to use me:
- WPEngine – the WordPress specialists
In fact, if you use these guys – you probably won’t need me at all since they are so comprehensive in their service. Fantastic – but may be a little too much for your wallet if just starting out.
- Heart Internet – one of the top rated providers in the UK
An oldie but a goodie; Heart Internet are top notch and offer WordPress via a one-click installation, but I can still help you get setup if you need.
- HostGator – one of the largest providers in the world
This one is based in the US but their servers are pretty reliable the world over. Again, send your login to me once it’s setup and I’ll fix up WordPress for you, in a jiffy.
And that’s it! Just send me an email with your log in details and I’ll help you out, just like that.
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