How to create a blog

How to create a blog, how to install WordPress, blogging tips, using tags correctly, finding images and more.

Why You Should Use WordPress

Why You Should Use WordPress

I always advise getting a self-hosted WordPress website, this is not to be confused with WordPress.com. I am referring to the self-hosted WordPress from WordPress.org, which is open-source software that you install on your domain. Why Is WordPress Better Than A Free Blogging Platform? WordPress is much better than using a free blogging platform like […]

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Choosing & Uploading a WordPress Theme

Choosing and uploading a WordPress theme

Following on from my post How To Install WordPress on Ionos, the following will help you choose and upload a theme. Once you’ve installed WordPress on your domain it’s time to log into your blog using the administrator name and password that you have just created. Here you will be able to choose one of […]

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How to Install WordPress and Create a Blog

How to Install WordPress on Ionos

This post shows you how to install WordPress on Ionos.co.uk the hosting company I use for my blogs. Packages include a free domain and SSL. Choosing A Host You will need a host when using WordPress.org. A host will store all your blog data on a server so that it can be accessed over the […]

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Blogging Bundle – Free Printables

Blogging bundle - free printables

I’ve created this handy free blogging bundle containing four A4 sized pdf sheets for you to use with your blog to help you keep organised. To-Do List Printable There is always something to do when you’re a blogger, I am always adding to my to-do list. This to-do list printable can be dated and has […]

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How To Use WordPress Tags Correctly

How To Use WordPress Tags Correctly

Use WordPress Tags Correctly With These Handy Tips If you have a lot of WordPress tags with just one post attached to them like the image below, basically, this creates a post page and an archive page which is a duplicate of your post. In other words, you end up with two pages containing the […]

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