How to get your Free WordPress Builder in 15 minutes

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Hi.  Welcome to BuildMySiteForFree.com.  And in today’s tutorial, I’m going to show you how to get your free website builder in just 15 minutes.

Now it doesn’t need to take days, weeks, or even months to build your website. It really can actually only take just 15 minutes.  So first, what you want to do is choose the right website builder.

So WordPress is a great way to easily start this process, and it’s free. What you want to make sure you also do is come to BlueHost where you can get your free domain name.  It’s just a three-click installation process, so that’s very easy as well.

Then what you want to make sure you do next is come to WordPress.org and actually download your version of WordPress.  Then my next suggestion to you is take a free online course.  Come to BuildMySiteForFree.com.  Click on WordPress class.  You can get tons of WordPress tips, tricks, and tools, any tips on search engines, website builder information, and you can watch hundreds of how-to tutorial videos on all
aspects of WordPress.  This will not only further your knowledge of WordPress, but it’ll make it easier for you when starting your website.

Finally, once you actually have your WordPress website up and started, what you want to do is come to either BuildMySiteForFree.com and click on “Themes” or “Plugins,” or come to the WordPress theme directory or even the plugin directory to download and install all free themes and plugins for your WordPress blog or website.

So just through downloading your free WordPress website, then getting a free domain name, and even downloading these free plugins and themes, you can not only do this process in 15 minutes, but you can get almost everything for free.

So please stay tuned for more videos at BuildMySiteForFree.com.

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About the Author

Andy Johnson

Andy Johnson has been on the Internet since the its dawn(ie his first computer program was recorded on cassette tape) and his first hard drive cost about as much his current MacBook. His first byline was in 1993 for a local newspaper rag he eventually helmed, and his last “real job” was at a computer start up which ended when it ended. Throughout it all he’s freelanced and blogged. Now he is mesmerized by Search Engine Optimization forever trying to “rise to the top” for the right reasons. He’s been married to his wife Julia for as long as he can remember and has two lovely, wonderful children. He looks forward to sharing the latest in the technical best for all the online entrepreneurs.

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