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Entrepreneurs, small business owners, and aspiring bloggers may wonder, what elements should they consider when choosing a hosting company for their website. For people who never had to so with starting a website, the whole thing may seem difficult, complicated and scary them off. Don’t let your image of how all the backstage things of a website can look like scare you away from finally starting a website which would help to keep, show and develop your ideas. Nowadays even Internet-oriented companies have to understand that not everyone speaks the language of a person after a few-year computer science studies. So take a look at how to start a website today and why bloggers choose Bluehost for hosting their blogs.
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In the article The Power of Sharing Your Story. Why Should You Blog? I explain in brief steps to start your blog or another website, beginning with checking if the name you’re thinking of for your online place is available (the address of your website is called domain). And this step is as simple as using this:
1. Just check the availability of the website address (in the box above). With Bluehost, you can get a domain for free.
2. Then choose your hosting plan (and the Basic Plan is enough for most websites, let’s say up to six-figure page views monthly).
3. And choose to install WordPress.
Then log in to your website, choose a theme (your website’s look) and start writing, creating graphics, playing with plugins and sidebar content. It’s all as easy as using a text editor or PowerPoint (oh, it’s easier than PowerPiont).
Why bloggers choose Bluehost
1 | WordPress focused
WordPress is a fantastic system for building websites. Easy as I’ve written above. Free. And reliable. May the names of brands which run their websites on WordPress be a good recommendation. So here are the examples of WordPress users: Yahoo!, Ford, Samsung, Wired, Playstation, Forbes, Mozilla Firefox, eBay, The New York Times and CNN.
Now to install WordPress on Bluehost you don’t need to know anything about its installation. It’s just one click!
2 | continuous improvement
Companies that I like are not the ones that say, “Look, we’re perfect! That’s it. Love us!” I’d rather choose a team of people who say “We’re giving you this and this, and that but we want to do it even better.” I love businesses that improve constantly for their customers. I love brands that try to keep asking people (constantly) about their needs, that test their offer, try to develop, to do better, to keep up with the new possibilities, with the current state of technology and of course with people needs.
Believe me, there exist hosting providers whose websites look still like from the 90s and who speak to their customers with the language of developers and other computer specialists!
Let’s look only at 2017 updates in Bluehost services:
They simplified (minimalism!) onboarding to make creating a website fast and simple.
They updated the dashboard tools to make designing and managing websites easier.
They integrated closer with WordPress which allows customers to Single Sign-On to WordPress admin dashboard from their hosting dashboard.
3 | the customer service
Finally, I have to tell you that as a Bluehost partner I feel well taken care of by them and treated with respect. I’m an important person with whom they want to have a relationship and not only a customer who has to pay and not bother them. It’s not only that I’ve got the welcome email with information about logging in. They come back to my inbox with short information about deals and improvements. Real deals. For me, it’s not spammy.
Bluehost customer service is not only the 30-day money-back guarantee for hosting. It’s the way how they give fast support to their customers, 24/7. We’re in good hands of high-rated US-based support.
Let’s see how the company constantly improves its customer service:
We have spent most of this year  focusing on optimizing our customer experience from onboarding, to creating and publishing. Our ultimate goal has been to make the experience easier, faster, and better than ever.
Our agents have been empowered with tools and training to resolve issues on the first contact, and minimize transfers and escalated tickets.
Now you know why bloggers choose Bluehost and why it’s such a popular and trusted hosting provider.
article: The Power of Sharing Your Story. Why Should You Blog?
ebook: Slow Blogging
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