January 5, 2009
Getting set up with your blog takes less than a couple of minutes – in this short video we walk you through the process of getting up and running
Michael Pick 114
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I am totally new to WordPress and am trying to setup my first blog. I will probably have three blogs eventually. How will I refer each of my audiences to their respective blogs if their is only one domain name?
To develop the above thought further: The video starts off saying there is one username under which many blogs can be started. Later the video says there is one domain name. So I am wondering how the different blogs will be distinguinshed and how I will refer others to them. I am thinking that I will have to have a domain name for each of them for referral such as work.wordpress.com, family.wordpress.com, travel.wordpress.com, etc.
Please tell me what the cost is to have this. I need security, etc.
WordPress.com accounts are free. You can sign up for your account here.
I’ve always heard of blogs but never had a clue what they were or where they came from much less how to write one. I guess I’ll learn.
There’s a couple of resources you can check out to learn how to get started blogging with WordPress.com. You can check out even more videos on how to blog in our how-to section, or for some written instructions you can follow as you start, visit the Getting Started page from WordPress.com support.
I am very new to Blogging, so baby steps for me. More later when I have more information.
When you sign up. You are asked to choose between “Gimmee a blog” and “Just a username, please”…what is the difference? Can switch back later if I change my mind?
If you don’t already have a WordPress blog, you’ll want to click “gimme a blog.” When in doubt, take the blog.
It is so easy. You don’t really need a how to Vid.
Very sympathic video btw.
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