Everything is ready. 

You’ve decided your niche, thought of blog topics—perhaps even developed it—and have started optimizing the content you plan publishing to drive organic traffic.

You have elaborate plans for your website and strategies for putting them into effect.


If you want others to see your website, it must be hosted.

It’s the only way to get your site published on the internet. 

But what does web hosting mean? 

Think of it as renting space on a server to hold your website files. You need a domain name (I’ll discuss this in more detail later) that will point the server to your website’s location.

The whole process of getting your website live may already sound terrifying to first-timers. But it really isn’t scary!

All you need is the right guidance to show you how to host a website—something that I plan on doing.

No matter the type of website you want to create, you’ll be able to host it easily with my step-by-step tutorial.

Your 2-Minute Cheat Sheet

This section is your shortcut to success. I’ll explain everything you need to know briefly.

Start by researching a good web hosting provider. I recommend DreamhostHostinger, and Bluehost, as I found them reliable and speedy. Not to forget the excellent customer service they offer, too!