Starting My Business
Recently I had been looking for a business I could build online. Not wanting to be involved with MLM or direct sales, keeping inventory, selling, or quotas. I came across Wealthy Affiliate. They teach you how to start your own business, and how to build a WordPress website for free!!
I joined Wealthy Affiliate as a starter or free member. There are 2 training programs offered. One is an Online Entrepreneur Certification program. The other is Affiliate Bootcamp. Both programs teach you how to build a wordpress website for free. Wealthy Affiliate uses SiteRubix for both building and hosting your WordPress website.
Time To Build
There are 4 basic steps to building your own website.
- Choose the kind or website you wish to build. There are 2 options. A free website using the .siterubix.com or a website using your own domain name. Starter members will use the .siterubix.com domain. Hosting your WordPress website is also free. Starter members will have only one website. Premium members can build and host up to 10 websites ($49) monthly, and Premium Plus members can build and host up to 50 websites ($99) monthly. This includes your own domains.
- Choose your domain. Search for availability of the domain name you wish to use for your website.
- Name your website. It should match your domain name.
- Select your design or theme in WordPress. There is only one theme for starter members. Premium and Premium Plus members have over 4,000 themes to choose from.
Continue To Build
These steps will allow you to begin building your WordPress website. You will need to continue to personalize your website. I became a premium member and began building my website with my own domain. Wealth Affiliate guides you through the development of your website and how to add content to complete your niche website.
I am still in the process of completing my Affiliate Bootcamp program and building out my website. I began my journey just 3 days ago. Take a look at Wealthy Affiliate to see if it is right for you.
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