How To Make a Money-Making WordPress Website (2019 Beginner Guide)

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Here’s how to make a money-making WordPress website in 2019, step by step for beginners. I show you the easy 5 steps to create a wordpress blog, and then an extra step to start affiliate marketing.

Today I talk about how to create a wordpress blog in 2019 that can make you money with affiliate commissions.

I walk you through the 5 step process:

Step 1: We register a nicely branded domain name. I prefer the .com over .net or .org. Usually I like to include a keyword I’m trying to rank for inside the domain name. This helps keep the domain targeted, and tells Google what your site is about.

Step 2: We register professional web hosting. This is crucial because even an hour of downtime can cost your wordpress website precious sales and income. The other benefit is it gives you complete control of your content and domain.

Step 3: Install WordPress for Free – this is a very easy process you can do just by clicking a couple buttons without requiring any special tech skills. I walk you through the process step by step in this video, nothing left out.

Step 4: We confirm WordPress including some internal settings and plugins that help your new wordpress blog rank higher on Google and pull in more traffic to make more affiliate commissions.

Step 5: We publish a 1000-2000 word article as our first post on the blog. This helps give a good mix of long tail keywords you can rank for on your website pages.

Step 6: BONUS – we tie it into an affiliate offer to make extra money with our brand new WordPress website! For every sale you generate, you get a cut of that proceeds! They then send a check to you every 30-60 days.

45 comments on “How To Make a Money-Making WordPress Website (2019 Beginner Guide)

  1. Good video Dan. However, there are much better hosts than hostgator! I recently tested out a load of companies and hostgator are nowhere near the fastest..

  2. Dan. That sitelock service gives your website the green lock pad in the address. I think it could help you with increasing credibilty with your visitors.
    If you'd like I can get all your sites that green lockpad for 100 bucks onetime fee.

  3. everything was ok re-making this tutorial, but the background loop music, believe me, is really really annoying!!! specially for a 20 minutes duration video.

  4. How does wordpress run on shared hosting? I had bad experience with shared hosting when using wordpress.

  5. Production value on your recent videos has been cranked up to 11! Good job sir!
    Affiliate marketing sites are my chosen road to financial freedom, so this video helps me out a lot 👍

  6. I used to do this but penguin killed me. Are the reviews pages or posts? How many 1K to 2K posts do you have on the site? We used to do them weekly then monthly for 6 months and then start on the next one. It was fun.

  7. Thanks for that video Dan, you make it looks so easy.. but I have a crucial question. How can I get traffic on my page most effectively?

  8. Hello deadbeat Dan so you saying we can do WordPress and all the fancy stuff that you did for free because I was under the impression you had to pay ,but you can do all that for free?lol

  9. Great summation. I've watched so many videos that I've become confused. This simplifies the process in simple, easy-to-understand steps. Awesome. Great production values, too. In earlier videos, you suggested all-in-one SEO. This video recommends Yoast. Is youst you seo add in of choice now.

  10. Wow, a condensed version of the Deadbeat program I paid for. Are you ever going to update the deadbeat super affiliate program or is that what this video was doing?

  11. In this modern world, people are either asleep or connected. It is the best era to take advantage of the digital technology. Make the best out of it. Totally great for business, just like ours! WordPress has a lot to offer, it just has to be dug like a gold mine. Hi guys! It's me again 🙂 You might have seen me before but my desire to inspire more people is what keeps me pushing to reach out more. We own a cookie shop business in our college town. When we first started it, we just graduated college and were living in our car with very little direction, just a huge passion to be successful. I started it out of a local bagel shop in their off hours at night with my boyfriend, Bran. It was a crazy experience but it worked! We became a success! And how we have our first storefront location (a second one currently under construction but launching soon!) We started it to fund a year long backpacking trip around the world and to be successful while living the life of our dreams.

  12. Super helpful and valuable information. Thank you, Dan. This proves you are not as lazy as you seem. I think a lot of hard work went into making this video, even though you make it look easy. Now it’s time for me to work on my content and get my affiliate game on! Thanks again 🙂

  13. Deadbeat Super Affiliate, you really do have the same issue I have with people writing huge blocks of text without breaking them into readable text. That is one really get observation that makes an article off putting and someone not reading.

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