HOW TO MAKE A WEBSITE WITH WORDPRESS

No Coding Or Design Skills Required

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Download this 100 page FREE ebook and learn how to:

  • Build a beautiful, mobile-ready website using just your mouse.
  • Add and manage your own content in the WordPress Interface.
  • Customize the design of your site so it looks professional.
  • And much, much more!


I take your privacy very seriously.

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What will the website look like?

We’re going to be building the exact same website you see pictured below.

You can click on the image and take a closer look at the demo site, but first, I want to take you through a quick list of the specific features your site will have.

Pytheas Sample Website

What features will the website have?

Your website will have many great features that will ensure your visitors can find what they’re looking for and encourage interaction with you and your site. Here are just a few:

  • Home Page Slider

    You’ll have a fully responsive slider on the Home Page. This means your slides will automatically adjust and look good on any device. You’ll be able to add titles and descriptions for each slide and also adjust the way it transitions from one slide to the next.

  • Blog Page

    Your Website will have a Blog Page that will list all of your recent blog posts in one convenient place. We’ll also configure the sidebar on this page to have several “widgets” that add some great functionality to the page.

  • About Page

    Most people don’t realize it, but after the Home page, the About Page is usually the second most visited page on a website. Your visitors will have a strong curiosity about the person and the story behind your site. You’ll have an About Page where you can introduce yourself, and tell you visitors what your site is all about.

  • Contact Page

    A Contact Page gives you the opportunity to direct your visitors to the different options they have for getting in touch with you. Here are a few you might want to consider: telephone number, email address, contact form, physical address, social media profiles. You can use your Contact Page to list this information.

  • Contact Form

    A Contact Form allows your visitors to reach you privately and directly with their questions and comments. This is one option I highly recommend providing as it’s more reliable than email, and often times the preferred method of contact.

  • Social Profile Icons

    These days, social networks offer huge potential for you to connect and interact with your visitors. And at the very least, most people will expect you to have profiles, at the three major networks: Facebook, Twitter and Google.

    Your site will have icons that link to your social profiles on every page of your site, so that your fans can easily find your social pages and connect with you there.

  • Mobile Ready

    Now, more than ever, it’s important to build a website that looks good on any device. It doesn’t matter if your visitor is using a PC, Mac, tablet, Kindle, iPhone, or Android phone. Because your website will be mobile ready, it will automatically resize and display your content beautifully on any device.

How much will the website cost?

Now that you have an idea what your site will look like, your next question will probably be, “How much will it cost?”.

And the good news… Not very much at all!

In fact, there are only two main costs you’ll encounter when building a website with WordPress: registering a domain name; and signing up for website hosting.

Let’s take a closer look at the exact costs for each of these.

  • Domain Name

    When you register your domain name, it’ll cost $12.95. That’s a yearly fee, so you won’t pay it again until the following year, right before your domain expires.

  • Website Hosting

    The cost of website hosting will vary depending on the pricing plan you choose. The longer you pay for up front, the cheaper your average monthly cost will be.

For example, if you pay month-by-month, a shared hosting account will cost you, $8.95. If you pay for 1 year in advance, your average monthly cost drops to, $6.95 per month. For 3 years, it goes down to $4.95 per month.

So, as you can see, building a website on your own is extremely affordable, and of course a lot cheaper than hiring someone else to build one for you.

How long will it take to build?

If you were to follow the ebook, step-by-step and didn’t run into any problems along the way, you could finish building your website within an hour or two.

How do I change something if I don’t like it?

It’s very simple to change almost anything you don’t like about your site. In fact, I’ve included 3 bonus sections that show you how to change the following three most common things I get requests for help with:

  • Bonus 1: Make Slides For Your Home Page

    This chapter will show you the exact tools you need to create your own slides and how to use them. You’ll be able to create your own beautiful slides to show off your business.

  • Bonus 2: Change Your Website’s Color

    More likely than not, you’ll what to change the color of your site to something other than the default orange. I’ll show you the quick and easy steps that will help you get the color of your website just right.

  • Bonus 3: Create A Home Page Optin Form

    Some businesses will benefit more from having an opt-in form on their Home page. I’ll show you exactly how to add a beautiful custom form and how to integrate it with MailChimp.

In addition to these three changes, I’ll show you how to make even more changes to your home page and other pages. And if I don’t cover something you want to do, you can always get help from me in the forums.

What if I don’t have any technical or design skills?

I really wish I could dispel the belief that one needs to be able to use HTML or CSS to build a website. Heck, you don’t even need to know what those things are.

All you need to be able to do is follow directions and use your mouse and keyboard.

I promise, it really is that simple.

BUILD A SMALL BUSINESS WEBSITE
IN LESS THAN 2 HOURS

No Coding Or Design Skills Required

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Download this 100 page FREE ebook and learn how to:

  • Build a beautiful, mobile-ready website using just your mouse.
  • Add and manage your own content in the WordPress Interface.
  • Customize the design of your site so it looks professional.
  • And much, much more!


I take your privacy very seriously.

divider-faqs

What will the website look like?

We’re going to be building the exact same website you see pictured below.

You can click on the image and take a closer look at the demo site, but first, I want to take you through a quick list of the specific features your site will have.

kalcom-screenshot

What features will the website have?

Your website will have many great features that will ensure your visitors can find what they’re looking for and encourage interaction with you and your site. Here are just a few:

  • Home Page Slider

    You’ll have a fully responsive slider on the Home Page. This means your slides will automatically adjust and look good on any device. You’ll be able to add titles and descriptions for each slide and also adjust the way it transitions from one slide to the next.

  • Blog Page

    Your Website will have a Blog Page that will list all of your recent blog posts in one convenient place. We’ll also configure the sidebar on this page to have several “widgets” that add some great functionality to the page.

  • About Page

    Most people don’t realize it, but after the Home page, the About Page is usually the second most visited page on a website. Your visitors will have a strong curiosity about the person and the story behind your site. You’ll have an About Page where you can introduce yourself, and tell you visitors what your site is all about.

  • Contact Page

    A Contact Page gives you the opportunity to direct your visitors to the different options they have for getting in touch with you. Here are a few you might want to consider: telephone number, email address, contact form, physical address, social media profiles. You can use your Contact Page to list this information.

  • Contact Form

    A Contact Form allows your visitors to reach you privately and directly with their questions and comments. This is one option I highly recommend providing as it’s more reliable than email, and often times the preferred method of contact.

  • Social Profile Icons

    These days, social networks offer huge potential for you to connect and interact with your visitors. And at the very least, most people will expect you to have profiles, at the three major networks: Facebook, Twitter and Google.

    Your site will have icons that link to your social profiles on every page of your site, so that your fans can easily find your social pages and connect with you there.

  • Mobile Ready

    Now, more than ever, it’s important to build a website that looks good on any device. It doesn’t matter if your visitor is using a PC, Mac, tablet, Kindle, iPhone, or Android phone. Because your website will be mobile ready, it will automatically resize and display your content beautifully on any device.

How much will the website cost?

Now that you have an idea what your site will look like, your next question will probably be, “How much will it cost?”.

And the good news… Not very much at all!

In fact, there are only two main costs you’ll encounter when building a website with WordPress: registering a domain name; and signing up for website hosting.

Let’s take a closer look at the exact costs for each of these.

  • Domain Name

    When you register your domain name, it’ll cost $12.95. That’s a yearly fee, so you won’t pay it again until the following year, right before your domain expires.

  • Website Hosting

    The cost of website hosting will vary depending on the pricing plan you choose. The longer you pay for up front, the cheaper your average monthly cost will be.

For example, if you pay month-by-month, a shared hosting account will cost you, $8.95. If you pay for 1 year in advance, your average monthly cost drops to, $6.95 per month. For 3 years, it goes down to $4.95 per month.

So, as you can see, building a website on your own is extremely affordable, and of course a lot cheaper than hiring someone else to build one for you.

How long will it take to build?

If you were to follow the ebook, step-by-step and didn’t run into any problems along the way, you could finish building your website within an hour or two.

How do I change something if I don’t like it?

It’s very simple to change almost anything you don’t like about your site. In fact, I’ve included 3 bonus sections that show you how to change the following three most common things I get requests for help with:

  • Bonus 1: Make Slides For Your Home Page

    This chapter will show you the exact tools you need to create your own slides and how to use them. You’ll be able to create your own beautiful slides to show off your business.

  • Bonus 2: Change Your Website’s Color

    More likely than not, you’ll what to change the color of your site to something other than the default orange. I’ll show you the quick and easy steps that will help you get the color of your website just right.

  • Bonus 3: Create A Home Page Optin Form

    Some businesses will benefit more from having an opt-in form on their Home page. I’ll show you exactly how to add a beautiful custom form and how to integrate it with MailChimp.

In addition to these three changes, I’ll show you how to make even more changes to your home page and other pages. And if I don’t cover something you want to do, you can always get help from me in the forums.

What if I don’t have any technical or design skills?

I really wish I could dispel the belief that one needs to be able to use HTML or CSS to build a website. Heck, you don’t even need to know what those things are.

All you need to be able to do is follow directions and use your mouse and keyboard.

I promise, it really is that simple.