Website Hosting for beginners cPanel with Siteground account
Explore how you can get online create your first Website Hosting and get your own website URL using common cPanel
Beginners starter guide for getting started with hosting your own website. Whether you are looking to setup hosting for a Wordpress site or you want to develop your own website, this course is perfect to teach you the basics. Explore how to select a host and common hosting dashboard features in cPanel.
Please note that SiteGround hosting account will be used to demo cPanel and the course demos this version of cPanel.
Course focuses on hosting with Siteground which is a popular host service provider. Bonus free pdf guide is also included to help you get started quickly with getting content online, getting a live URL to host your stuff.
- Selecting a host provider
- Selecting a domain name
- How to do a quick setup of WordPress or other popular application scripts.
- What to consider with hosting plans and what type is best for your needs
- Signing up and how to navigate Siteground dashboard
- How to setup sub-domains, redirects and new domains
- File manager and editing pages online
- FTP for download and upload of content
- Filezilla as a typical FTP application how to connect to your web host using Filezilla
- Database setup and Account setup - phpmyadmin access to Database content
Fast Friendly support to help answer any questions you might have and to help clarify content is always available in the Q&A section.
Taught by an instructor with over 20 years real world experience ready to help you learn more. Step by step training resources and source code is also included to get you started quickly.
Providing Smart digital solutions online since 2001. I am considered a true web technology expert. Having professional experience in a wide range of digital areas. Everything from Search Marketing, Video Marketing, Content creation, User Experience, application architecture, and web programming.
Understanding how users flow through the web and learning what drives users to interact online has been the cornerstone of what I do. The more seamless the process the better the user experience and the more likely they are to interact again and share their experiences.
After launching my first websites I quickly realized that to get traffic on your site you need to be able to market online. Research and using personal experimentation as to what are the most successful ways to effectively drive traffic to my websites, I was able to successfully build multiple success eCommerce sites. I used my expertise to provide Search Engine Marketing Services SEO to 100's of clients.
In the advent of Social Media in 2006, I had identified it as an excellent opportunity to drive traffic and connect with users. I created many successful sites that integrated with Myspace and then later into Facebook. I was able to monitize the traffic on several platforms, driving in some cases 10K+ clicks daily to the various platforms. I continued to perfect the art of Internet marketing and adapt to new technology and changes.
In 2008 I created my first YouTube video, and channel. Realizing that there was another great opportunity with video I have been experimenting with video marketing and video monization. Youtube being the second largest search engine has a very bright future. As technology progresses the trend has always been quicker, easier means of delivering content always wins out. Images beat out text as they are easier and quicker for us to process, videos beat out images being the most efficient means of getting content to users. As bandwidth increases, and more platforms that can even easier deliver videos become available videos will be the trend for the future.
Understanding technology provides a means to better connect with users.
Applications I've created have entertained, informed and engaged tens of millions of people. I have over billions of page views on various platforms, and have sent millions of click through visitors.
I have developed hundreds of web applications, from micro sites to enterprise level platforms.