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How To Get Free Web Hosting For WordPress - cPanel, Auto installer, No Ads



In this video I will show you how to get free web hosting for WordPress with cPanel, auto installer, and no ads all included. This is a simple and quick setup that can have you live on the internet with a clean WordPress installation within 5-10 minutes. No credit card is required, instant activation, custom control panel, 99% uptime and all the latest technologies such as the latest version of PHP. This is great for students or if you are learning WordPress, a great playground to practice and learn.

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How To Get Free Web Hosting For WordPress - cPanel, Auto installer, No Ads

3 comments:

  1. Are you going to try 000webhost or is there another good one you know of? I didn't have much luck with some of the others.

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  2. I don't really know one that is similar..That was a 1st one for me. I am using Local by Flywheel. So you create website on your comp and they give you the option to create live link that you can share with clients (link is only active for a few days, then you can just refresh it if you still need it live)

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  3. I've had great success with Google Domains...$12 for .com and traditional TLDs, included privacy and a simple yet functional control system. And being Google, very stable. I was with Network Solutions ever since I got messing around with the Internet (like the early 90s) and got super sick of their high-pressure upgrades & add-ons. Plus, it was $35/year for the domain, plus $9 or similar for the privacy option. It was too painful just making simple management changes.

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