How to Install WordPress

This is the first video from my new info product that I am releasing very soon. The product is called “Red Hot MiniSites With WordPress”, and teaches you step-by-step how to build a mini-site using WordPress.

In this video course, I brazenly upgrade one of my websites live on the fly to WordPress and then converting the default blog format over to a static website. Although I make it very clear in my videos that you should never do a major upgrade of your website straight off the webserver (this is stuff you should do offline), I do it here to demonstrate how easy it is to quickly create powerful, SEO friendly, and professional websites using WordPress.

The reason for upgrading in my video series is because you can use these same techniques to build your site from scratch, but I also wanted to have existing website owners looking for a better way to improve & manage their websites to see how easy it is to convert over as well.

In the past, if you wanted to build your own website without having to become an HTML guru, you had to rely on expensive website creation software and endure the learning curve of using it. WordPress makes this brain dead simple.

It’s just a matter of knowing the right techniques for using WordPress to make a static website instead of for blogging. I also take you well beyond the basics to put your website over the top.

Also, if you happen to be into website flipping or creating websites for clients, this course will give you the power to knock out high value websites in no time flat. Of course, we all know how much Google loves WordPress sites as well.

More details coming soon…

7 thoughts on “How to Install WordPress”

  1. I LOVE wordpress. It is so easy to build the exact site you want and what’s more, it’s FREE. And, the plugins are free and there are more and more great plugins being created.

    I could spend everyday, all day making WP sites and never get bored.

  2. Installing WP is a breeze. Many are a little intimidated by the database setup but with most servers this is not too hard.

  3. Thanks for the comments, and yes, I agree that installation is a breeze. Getting past the barrier of the database setup was one of the main motivations in making this video.


  4. I agree completely. WordPress is the way to go. Its simple and easy to use. Many other website programs are complicated and easy to mess up. but word press is easy fun and have many great templets.

  5. Hi Jack, I agree with WordPress makes building sites real easy. I also like the simplicity of expanding the capabilities of WordPress using plugins.

    I have released a WordPress plugin that reduces the incidence of lost affiliate commissions. It is an affiliate cookie stuffing plug-in. It is different from your link cloaker but is designed to achieve a similar outcome – making an honest income from a fair day’s work.

    If you are interested I can offer a special price for your subscribers. Let me know if you are interested and believe me, I am not trying to compete with your Amazing Cloaker product, just trying to help the internet marketer make a reasonable income from their efforts.

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