Seedswebtech

Dec 14, 2017

Starting a website with Bluehost is very easy. Just follow the below steps to start your website.

 

Step 1

Step 1

Go to bluehost.in website. Click on Hosting -> Linux hosting from the menu.

Step 2

Step 2

In Linux hosting page scroll down. 

Step 3

Step 3

You can see US hosting plans and IN hosting plans. If your website content is suitable for all country, you can select US hosting plan. If your website contents are for Indian visitors then select IN hosting. 

If you have only one website idea then you can choose single domain plan. If you have the plan to host multiple websites select Unlimited domains plan. I recommend Unlimited hosting because If you get new website ideas in future and you don't have to worry about hosting. 

Step 4

When selecting a hosting plan you will be asked whether you already own a domain. Remember domain is nothing but your website name. If you already purchased your domain click yes and enter your domain name. Else click no.

Step 5

Step 5

Enter your preferred website name. Remember domain name is subject to availability. Sitelock and Code Guard features are selected by default. Site lock is for hacking prevention and Code Gaurd is for website backup. Both are optional. You may uncheck these options here or else you can remove these at checkout. You can purchase these features too if your funds are strong.

Step 6

Step 6

Check if your preferred name is available. Think about a unique name for your business or personal blog. Try to choose .com extension. Other than that .net, and in extensions are fine.

Step 7

Once your preferred domain is available click select and then click checkout. You will be redirected to checkout page.

Step 7

By default, hosting plan will be chosen for 3 years. Change the year as per your wish. Click Proceed to payment.

Step 8

Sign up for Bluehost with the requested details.

Step 9

Select your preferred payment option and complete the payment process

That's it. Your website shopping is over. You now have to install WordPress and start using your website. It's free and easy.

By Rakesh
Author : Rakesh

Basically, I'm a PHP Web developer. I'm the dreamer behind the Seeds Webtech. Currently, I'm working as IT manager at Seeds Webtech

Starting a website without technical knowledge