How to Launch a Blog in Under an Hour for STUPIDLY Cheap

This is the updated and upgraded version of my free e-book. The new process is even easier and gets you going with a new WordPress blog on your own domain name for only $15!

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Yeah, I know what you’re thinking. If you want a quick and easy blog, you have to do it on Blogger, right? And if you want one on your own stand-alone site with your own custom domain name, you have to pay a developer a few thousand dollars. Or at least a few hundred for the work of just setting the thing up, even if nothing is customized.

And if you do it yourself, you have to be a tech wiz. Maybe you’ve read the “Easy install” instructions on “Log in to phpMyAdmin and add a new database.” “FTP to root of domain.” Not so easy.

Yeah, well. It doesn’t have to be that way. You can have your own blog on your own domain. You can have it fast. You can have it RIDICULOUSLY cheap. How cheap? $15 the first month. $10 in subsequent months. And you don’t have to be a tech wiz to do it. This report will tell you exactly how to do it. Step by step. With screen shots and everything.

So how much would you pay for this information? You can have it for the low-low price of nothing! Because I’m just that awesome.

(By the way, if this guide still intimidates you, I can do it for you. Check it out.)

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