The Easy Way To Build An Affiliate Website Using Wordpress | Rich Peterson | Skillshare

The Easy Way To Build An Affiliate Website Using Wordpress

Rich Peterson, GenerousWork.com (30k+ students)

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10 Videos (59m)
    • Buying your domain name

      4:00
    • Connecting your domain name to your hosting

      2:45
    • Connecting your name to your hosting part 2

      3:41
    • Installing Wordpress

      3:14
    • Wordpress Basics + Theme Installation

      10:04
    • Uploading theme files and demo content

      2:02
    • Viewing Demo Content & the Structure of Website

      5:39
    • Customising your website

      11:59
    • Adding your affiliate listings

      8:29
    • Posts, Pages, Menus & Final Look

      7:28

About This Class

In this course, we look at the simplest way to set up an affiliate website using Wordpress.

Following along with the videos, you'll have your affiliate site set up within an afternoon.

You'll need a few resources before you get started. Your shopping list includes:

  1. A name for your website (domain name) - we recommend Namecheap but there are many other providers
  2. A place to host your website (website hosting) - we recommend Namecheap or WPEngine but there are many other providers
  3. A template to make building your site easy (website theme) - we recommend the Chipmunk theme as the quickest theme to set up

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Rich Peterson

GenerousWork.com (30k+ students)

Rich Peterson is the founder of Generous Work, where he helps people create meaningful, profitable and highly useful businesses through innovation & design.

He is passionate about entrepreneurship, innovation, marketplaces, collaborative consumption, design that works and, of course, his family. When he's not consulting, teaching, selling a truckload of books or lending money to people in third-world countries (through Kiva), you'll find him reading, playing beach volleyball or...

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