How to Install WordPress on Bluehost Properly
Today I come with an important issue for all the WordPress users. Especially the newbies have to know how to install WordPress on Bluehost? WordPress is one of the most popular and perfect CMS and Bluehost is also one of the most reliable and trusted web hosting services. If you want to launch your own self-hosted WordPress blog, you need a web host. After buying Bluehost you need to install WordPress into Bluehost.
I am sure that you know about Bluehost. Why it is really popular and trusted by all the people. Its performance is outstanding. No one can deny the importance of the web host. The performance of your site mostly depends on your web host.
Bluehost is such a web hosting service that offers unlimited domain hosting, shared hosting, unlimited email accounts, free site builder with templates, free domain and more. That’s why people prefer Bluehost as their web host. If you want to use this web host, you need to know how to install WordPress on Bluehost.
I hope you know how to sign up for Bluehost. If you don’t know, you can read my previous article. After signing up you need to install WordPress into Bluehost properly. But of you don’t know how to install WordPress on Bluehost, you can no do it properly.
How to Install WordPress On Bluehost
Go to Bluehost.com and then click on hosting login. Now login with your username and password.
When you Logging in select cPanel. Now click on WordPress just under Website Builders.
On the next page, you can see the details about WordPress script. You need to click on Start.
Then you need to select the domain that you want your WordPress site to be installed.
There are two options to select your domain. You can install WordPress on your domain with www or without www.
I prefer without www because it is SEO and user-friendly and keep my domain short.
You can also install your blog under a subdirectory if you wish. such as yourdomain.com/blog
But most of the blogger do not do that. Because they want to keep blog under a separate page in lieu of installing it on sub-directory.
You need to check the box OOPS! Looks like something already exists there! I understand that continuing will overwrite the files.
Now the nest page will come. Here are different options your need o enter.
Sitename or Title: You can use anything you like. But I think you need to use that is related to your site. Such as Mytechgoal.
Admin Username: You should not use Admin as your username because it is very common.
Enter your password. The password should be complex. You also enter a valid email.
Now check the box of terms and conditions.
Finally, click on Install.
That’s all. You have done. I hope now you know how to install WordPress on Bluehost. Within a short time, you can do it.