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Introduction to the Technicalities of Online Business0:59
Getting a Domain Name and a Web Host for Your Website9:45
Registering a Domain, Setting Up Hosting and Installing WordPress in 10 Minutes!10:24
About This Class
In order to build your own website you need two things:
- a domain name (you need to register your www something dot com)
- and web hosting (you need to get a physical server to host your website’s files)
In this course, I’ll show you how to do this easily and for less than $4 a month.
What if I told you that the biggest hurdle in creating and improving your website was in your mind?
You’d probably dismiss this immediately. “No,” you might say, “I have all these technical issues to solve.” But you’d be wrong. You have everything you need to start that website right now.
The information available on website creation is overwhelming. My mission is to stop ‘analysis paralysis’ in all entrepreneurs and would-be website owners.
The paralysis partly comes from choices – there’s just too darn many of them! Paralysis also arises from the fear of doing something wrong. Setting up and maintaining a website, if not a huge financial investment, is a huge time investment. You’ll want to make the correct choices right from the start; why get off on the wrong foot, especially if you’re new to the field?
I’m here to tell you not to worry. Yes, you will make the wrong choices; you are human after all. But it doesn’t matter. Mistakes can be rectified, and I will show you how.
I have over 20 years experience in graphic design and marketing. I have run my own company Rob Cubbon since 2005.
I am also a bestselling Amazon author with books on web design, entrepreneurship and passive income.
I have sold over a quarter of a million dollars of products online – mostly video courses.
I provide creative design and effective marketing services. I love blogging and I love helping people with their businesses.
Being your own boss is an incredibly liberating experience but it can be difficult as well. There never seems to be enough time for what we want to do.
I’m driven to help people experience the positive side of entrepreneurship, not the negative.