Your road to the blogging world starts here.

WordPress

We install self-hosted WordPress software with your choice of host provider.

Design

We work with you to define your goal and set the motion with the appropriate template.

SEO

We help optimize your site for SEO, so you can be found across the globe.

Get Supercharged

We add plugins to help speed up your site so you won't get left behind.

Security

We dicsuss with you security plugins to help protect your site from hackers.

Training

We will walk you through the backend to make sure you know where things are.

Are all these really free and what's the catch?

There are a few variations of places online that will setup your blog for free but most of the ones I’ve worked with in the past were from overseas. I tell you, getting on the same page with a project was a challenge to say the least, with the distance and the time zones involved. Because of that, I decided I would start this service and focus on the customers nearest my location and minimize the stress  level involved. Further more, I’m narrowing down the market to just United States to help with this time strain. 

 As far as setting up your blog for free, yes, I will setup your wordpress blog for free, but you have to provide me with a domain name and a host provider for your blog’s home. I’ve picked two of the best companies in the business to work with because WordPress themselves highly recommend either one of them: Bluehost and Sitegrounds. I would go with Bluehost if your budget is bit tight ($3.95 instead of $7.95). After a short while you will get the feel of what you really need than you can upgrade but it’s not a good idea to fork out too much $ for resources that you never get to use at least not during the first year. You can upgrade when you feel that you are in control of your site.

As for my benefits for doing this free setup, I get a commission for bringing them a new customer. It’s a win/win situation for all parties involved.

Next step is signing up with a host provider

The Get Started button below will take you to a snapshot view comparing services offered by the companies mentioned above. Make your selection then proceed to the provider’s site to sign up for your choice of hosting plan. I would start at the lowest plan and upgrade only when you’re ready down the road. At this point, you should also be thinking about your Domain name for your blog. Bluehost offers you a free domain for the first year so if you’re looking for the cheap then that might be your pick. Siteground, on the other hand, is top-notch when it comes to speed and customer service. Send us an email if you want to bounce a question off of someone. Don’t rush your way through this process. If you feel the need for more time to get answers to your questions please do so by visiting both websites and also don’t hesitate to reach out to us.