WordPress & Woocommerce Website with Avada Theme & Plugins
You want to build a WordPress & Woocommerce website but don’t have the skill or resources to do it? Don’t worry, you can use a tool like Sitewer to build a basic, elegant, functional website in no time, for free! Even if you do have the experience, it’s still a lot of work. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and built a quick guide to help you launch your WordPress product or service in no time at all, using the free version of the platform.
Step 1. Make sure you have a functioning WordPress account.
Firstly, you need to make sure you have a functioning WordPress account. You can use one of the many free blogs hosted on WordPress.org to launch your product or service. They are all set up to accept guest posts so you can easily publish a blog article to introduce your business. Just follow the directions on their login pages. Once you have your account set up, you can start using the platform to build your website.
Step 2. Install WordPress on a server.
Now, you need to install WordPress on a server. Don’t worry, we have you covered on this front. All you need to do is visit the WordPress website and click on the Get a Free Domain button. You’ll be landing on the Registration page for “yourwordpress.com”. On this page, you can enter an optional domain name (like “yourproduct.com”) and set up a username (like “admin”) and password. Once you’re done, you can click on the Review and Install button to continue to the next step.
Step 3. Install a DNS hostname redirect plugin.
When someone types in yourdomain.com into their browser, they will be automatically directed to your WordPress account. However, if they click on a link or button on a website that is not hosted with WordPress, they will be taken to the default page—usually the home page of the website they are on, which could potentially be very confusing to the end user. To fix this, you can install a DNS hostname redirect plugin. When someone types in yourdomain.com into their browser, they will be automatically directed to your WordPress account. However, if they click on a link or button on a website that is not hosted with WordPress, they will be taken to the default page—usually the home page of the website they are on, which could potentially be very confusing to the end user.
There are many great DNS hostname redirect plugins, all with unique features. We recommend Zoneedit as one of the best, and it is completely free. Just follow the instructions to install it on your WordPress site. Once you’ve installed it, visit your WordPress Admin area and click on the Tools button in the blue box in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Step 4. Generate a sitemap.
Sitemaps are great for SEO. They allow Google to easily map out all the pages on your site. In order to build a successful website, you need to ensure that all the pages are accessible to search engines, such as Google. A sitemap is an XML file that contains a list of all the pages on your site. It is a great way to ensure that your content is easily accessible to web crawlers—aka, the engines that find and rank websites in the search results.
You can generate different kinds of sitemaps for different platforms. For example, you can have a WordPress-generated sitemap that includes all the posts in the blog, a Sitewer-generated sitemap that includes all the pages on the site, and a Shopify-generated one that includes all the products in the online store.
Step 5. Install WordPress on a local device.
Now, it’s time to install WordPress on a local device. This step is essential to making your WordPress website live. You can do this through WordPress’ free WordPress mobile app or through their excellent WordPress desktop client. We recommend the mobile app as it is much easier to use while still being mobile-friendly. If you have a smartphone, you can download the app and use it to access your site wherever you go.
Step 6. Transfer the blog to WordPress.
Once you have installed WordPress on a local device, it’s time to transfer the blog to WordPress. Just follow the instructions below. If you are using WordPress mobile app, you can connect it to your existing blog through the WordPress dashboard. On a desktop, you will need to visit the File Manager in the WordPress Admin area and upload the blog’s files.
Step 7. Activate the WordPress Dashboard.
Finally, you can activate the WordPress dashboard. This is the central area of your WordPress site where you can access all the features. To do this, visit your WordPress dashboard and click on the Settings button in the upper-right corner of the screen. Once you’re on the Settings page, you can click on the Activate button to activate the dashboard.
You can now start using the dashboard to access all the features of WordPress. For example, you can start using the built-in SEO analyzer to find keywords and phrases that people are using to find your product or service, or you can use the built-in analytics tool to track the performance of your website, check for SEO suggestions, and more.
Step 8. Test the SEO of your site.
Once you have activated the WordPress dashboard, it’s time to test the SEO of your site. Just follow the instructions below to find out how well optimized your site is for search engines like Google or Bing.
Step 8 –1. Visit Google now.
First, you need to visit Google now. Type in yourdomain.com or the name of your site—without the www or the.com—into the search bar. Once you’ve typed in the URL, press the Enter key on your keyboard or click on the Go button to visit Google.
You should now be on the main Google page. If you’re not, press Esc or the browser’s Back button to return to the previous page.
Step 8 –2. Enter the following terms in the search box:
- wordpress: search for posts, news articles, interviews, and more on WordPress
- product review: search for products, reviews, and more on Amazon
- reviews: search for reviews on e-commerce websites such as Amazon and eBay
- marketing plan: search for marketing plans on HubSpot
- SEO: search for SEO strategies on HubSpot
- marketing: search for marketing on HubSpot
- email marketing: search for email marketing on HubSpot
- marketing plans: search for marketing plans on HubSpot
- email marketing plans: search for email marketing plans on HubSpot
- marketing analytics: search for marketing analytics on HubSpot
- analytics plans: search for analytics plans on HubSpot
- marketing analytics tools: search for marketing analytics tools on HubSpot
You can also click on the Settings button in the upper-right corner of the Google search bar to activate the SEO Suggestions feature. This will pop-up with suggested keywords and phrases that Google thinks are relevant to your site.
Step 8 –3. You can now use the built-in SEO analyzer to find the keywords and phrases that Google thinks are relevant to your site.
Once you’ve entered the search terms in the search bar, you can click on the magnifying glass icon to access the SEO analyzer. This will pop-up with a map of keywords and phrases that Google thinks are relevant to your site. You can use this tool to find keywords and phrases that people are using to find your product or service, and you can use these to optimize your content for maximum SEO results.
Step 8 –4. Look for keywords in the blog posts.
Now, it’s time to look for keywords in the blog posts. Just follow these steps. First, go back to yourblog’s home page and click on one of the posts from the archive. This will take you to the post’s page. On this page, you will see a list of all the words and phrases that are appearing in the article, along with their respective frequencies in text.