Installing WordPress on a Godaddy Hosted Domain

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tr.im Learn how to install a WordPress Blog on your domain hosted by GoDaddy. Learn more about internet marketing the profitable way by visit BarryMonteiro.com
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25 Responses to “Installing WordPress on a Godaddy Hosted Domain”

  1. Sepharite Says:

    I keep getting Installation error for all applications… Any idea?

  2. MugivaraLuffy Says:

    Thanks a lot!
    

  3. lukeaficion Says:

    Too wordy! Get to the point!

  4. snoWyy092 Says:

    Thanks!

  5. henryblazer20 Says:

    thank you, i’m starting a wordpress blog and getting domain name from godaddy, this reallyhelped

  6. lannieharris Says:

    GoDaddy has changed some of the pictures, but your video walked me right through!!

  7. gracemarie11 Says:

    now what?

  8. flpc1981 Says:

    poor.

  9. aheneghana Says:

    Problems with wordpress godaddy hosting are many read : bit[dot]ly/wordpressandgodaddy | @aheneghana

  10. beerman1957 Says:

    Thanks for a great video!

  11. g242constantakis Says:

    YO da man I been trying so hard to figure out how to install. Thanks a million.
    GC

  12. tosikuai Says:

    i also want to know uploader pls answer this Q txs

  13. tosikuai Says:

    txs i finally understood something about wordpress, after wasting hours on other YouTube videos.

    if i want to make a website with wordpress instead of a blog do i do the same setps?

  14. 0bbyNewbie Says:

    Hi, do i need to pay anything extra except the domain cost to add the wordpress thingie?

  15. calvinlotz Says:

    Seems like it’s changed now. For example, at 1:7 there is no “Your Applications” button. I’ve explored, but cannot find a way past this impasse.

  16. workathomeincome Says:

    Great clear instructions! Thank you for sharing this information!

  17. ChicagoCountryBand Says:

    Finally! Someone who cuts to the chase and does it BETTER than WordPress. Great job bro.

  18. beerman1957 Says:

    You do have to have a separate database for each domain. You want to do this because it would be a nightmare to try to administer the blogs without separate domains.

  19. CarrieNuman Says:

    Thank you

  20. iceblazer17 Says:

    thank you

  21. metabolismmakeover1 Says:

    Very helpful! Thank you so much

  22. graff41 Says:

    If it still seems too complicated after this great tutorial, you can get it done by sitezip.com for about $15

  23. zgmg Says:

    Very helpful! Thank you!!!

  24. feuersteinad Says:

    Where do you start to design an configure the blog after it’s installed? It would have been nice if you continued to do so!

  25. feuersteinad Says:

    Do you have to create a new database for each blog/domain?

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