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You've made it to Section 2, which is no small feat! So many people get stuck at the niche, name or ideal reader and because of that never make it this far.
You did it! Committing and taking that first step takes courage.
Perfection is never achieved at the beginning; you must start your journey first.
Your next step is owning your name and getting hosting established.
When it comes to hosting, make sure you are...
I'll walk you through the process to set this up.
Click to Bluehost.com and then follow along with the tutorial below.
Alternatively, you can access the backend of your blog at anytime by going to your new domain followed by "/wp-admin" (i.e. therealisticmama.com/wp-admin). Go ahead and login, and then you're ready to choose a theme, in the next lesson.
11. When you first login, it might ask you to choose between personal and business - for most of you, choose business (if you plan to make money on your new blog).
Note: If you have an existing website hosted somewhere else, you can migrate it to Bluehost by following the same steps above but in step #3 fill in your domain on the right under "I have a domain name".
Don't Forget to Verify Your Account:
You'll be getting an email from Bluehost with the subject "Action Required: WHOIS Accuracy Verification For yoursite.com”. All you have to do is click the link in the email to verify your account. It takes 1 second and you're done.