Finally, once you have your blog name chosen and have decided on a good blog host, it’s time to create the blog site itself. This means installing blog software and getting it linked up to your domain. I’ve done it many times myself and believe me, it’s not as hard as it sounds.
What you do is this, register a domain and hosting and have wordpress installed. This is a straightforward process when you know how it’s done (check my website using the link below to find out more) and this can also be carried out by your web host.
This tool is a killer. Unless you are targeting people who are ready to buy, they may go and never come back. In most niches, you can’t turn a cold prospect into buyer immediately. That is a process that you have to put in place.
You’ll want to look for hosting companies that have added security. Also, they should have some kind of back-up in place should something go wrong with your site. This is very important. If you lose your website content, you may be forced to start all over from scratch.
It will save you from a lot of frustration, not to mention loss of revenue in the process when your web hosting is down and you can’t sell your products. Just imagine that if you have to pay for the traffic.
Using a WordPress(dot)com platform is really easy and now days they come with easy to install plugins or small programs that can help you with search engine optimization, twitter links, and adding your AdSense script is as easy as pointing and clicking a mouse.
When you combine this with the right keyword research you will begin to see impressive results in as little as 7-10 days. If you want to work from home online this year then the time really is now to start looking into this on a more serious level.