How To Start A Blog: Easiest Way to Start Your Blog under $3 per month

Starting a blog is the easiest way to share your ideas and expertise with the world.

And if you want to, you can use it to promote your business—or make money straight from the blog.

Luckily, in 2017, making a blog is easier than ever.

I’ll guide you through everything with images, so you get your blog started today.

#1 Choose the Domain and Host.

This is the Very first step to start Your Blog.

Domain name is the Name of Website like Choosing a Simple and short name helps your blog in creating a brand name in long run as well as helps you in SEO (search engine optimization)[We can talk about SEO later].  There are several companies that provides you free Domain name and Hosting but that looks very Childish like, etc  So We never suggests you to use these type of domains as it doesn’t look professional. Generally Domain name costs you $10 per annum but You can also get it for free.

After Registering a Domain you need to Buy a Good Host that Connects  your Domain name to the server and provides you storage facility. A good host can costs you $3 per month many hosting companies provide free domain name with hosting So you can get free domain just by buying Hosting Service as Hosting Service is very essential for your blog.

Our Suggestion for Hosting Services are

iPage  or

Inmotion Hosting 

Read Also : Top 10 Best Hosting Companies of 2017

These Both Hosting Services Provides excellent uptime and good Customer Support and their hosting starts less than $3 per month with a free Domain name.  and this is the only cost that costs you in starting your Blog.

*Don’t go crazy with add-ons. The add-ons that Bluehost and inmotion provides are great, but most aren’t required.


#2. Pick Your Blogging Platform

Blogging platform is a Platform where you can start writing your Blog. There are Several Blogging platforms to choose from (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla. Tumbler, Bolt etc…). But from them there is one Platform that comes out of the Box i.e, WordPress.

WordPress is absolutely free and open Source, You can Create stunning websites using wordpress. There are several big blogging companies that uses wordpress platform (,,, and many other ).  More than 91% of blogging websites runs on wordpress platform includin the one

#3. Installing WordPress on Your Host.

Blue host provides one click install of wordpress in your Hosting which makes it easy for you to get started. And for inmotion you can install WordPress using softaculous for which you have to take license for free in inmotion Shared hosting. They both have great 24/7 support, so there’s always someone to answer your questions. They even have employees who work full-time on improving WordPress itself, so there probably isn’t a question you could ask that they couldn’t answer.

Read Also :” Which One is Better WordPress, Joomla or Drupal?

#4. Customizing Your Blog

Once you’re inside WordPress dashboard, you can start customizing your blog. We’ll go through everything you need to do to get your blog ready and your first post published today. You should get familiar with the look and items of the WordPress admin menu. Here are the various admin menu items:

Dashboard – This is the page you see right after logging in.

Posts – Here you can write and publish new blog posts and view and edit old ones. We’ll go through this once we’ve set up the blog otherwise.

Media – This is your media library with all the images, PDFs, videos, etc. you’ve uploaded.

Links – Many blogs don’t use this at all. You can skip it for now.

Pages – Here you can write and publish new pages and view and edit old ones. We’ll look at this after choosing your blog design.

Comments – Everything related to comments. You can get familiar with this when you’ve published your first post and readers leave the first comments.

Appearance – Here you can change what your blog looks like. We’ll go through this in detail below.

Plugins – Here you can add and remove plugins, which add functionality to your blog. We’ll go through this after selecting the theme.

Users – If you create your content with others, you can add them as users here, so they can edit posts. Otherwise, you can skip this for now.

Tools – Here are some additional tools you can use for publishing posts. You can skip this for now.

Settings – Here you can edit your blog’s settings. We’ll look at the essential settings later.

Choose a Free Theme 

For me  choosing your new WordPress blog design is the most fun step.

In other words, a WordPress theme is like your car’s frame. It changes how the car looks, but doesn’t impact the features or performance too much.

Luckily for you, WordPress has thousands of great-looking themes already optimized to fit any brand, niche, or industry.

2. Customizing The Theme.

3. Publishing Your First Post

#5. Build a Brand, Get Traffic & Monetize Your Blog

No blog is complete without compelling content.

To start, you should figure out the topic(s) that your blog will focus on. Then, come up with 10-15 ideas for new posts. Make these posts a mix of informative and entertaining.

You’ll also want to err on the side of creating evergreen content (content that doesn’t become dated/is always relevant) versus news/current affairs content (which becomes dated and irrelevant). Evergreen content will continue to generate traffic overtime, while other content will run its course and become irrelevant.

Here are some tips for creating strong blog content that your audience will love:

  1. Start by creating a lead-generating content marketing strategy.
  2. Follow this guide for creating strong blog posts.
  3. Develop a reading habit, so you can internalize how great writers write.
  4. Make your content scannable with headings, short paragraphs, and high quality images.
  5. Write content that helps your audience solve a problem.
  6. Follow this strategy to become a better blog writer in 30 days.
  7. Use this formula to create stronger headlines (if your headlines aren’t compelling, people won’t read the content!).
We will be happy to hear your thoughts

Leave a reply

Enable registration in settings - general