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Free Blog Setup

I will help you create a working blog for FREE.

If you have always wanted to have a blog but don’t know how to set it up, I’m here to help you for free.

I’ll help you create a self-hosted WordPress blog. WordPress is the best for you. It powers millions of websites and blogs on the Internet.

It may even interest you to know that CNN, TED, TechCrunch and of course Naija Pivot (this blog) all run on WordPress.

Having a self-hosted blog gives you total control over your blog. Unlike the free Google’s Blogger, you’re totally in charge of your website. You can change the look and feel of your website as you like. It’s yours.

But there’s a catch…

To own a self-hosted blog (or portfolio website, if you’re a writer or graphics designer), you need to register your domain name and buy a hosting package.

Domain name is the web address of your website. It is what people will use to gain access to your website. The domain name of this blog is www.naijapivot.com.

Hosting is where you’ll host all your blog posts, images, videos and other contents.

They’re must-haves. If you don’t have these two things, you CAN’T have a blog.

Here’s how I can help:

At NO ADDITIONAL or extra COST to you, buy your domain name through my affiliate link from Qserver (click here) or Namecheap (click here) and hosting from Namecheap (click here) or Hostgator (click here).

After buying your domain, send me a mail. I read most of my mails almost immediately I receive them. If it’s about business, trust me, light can’t be as fast as I can be.

I think it’d still make sense to contact me BEFORE you buy any of the above or to even make enquiries.

Now you can own a blog.

P.S: Buying through my affiliate link means I’ll receive a commission but it is NOT at an extra cost to you. You’d pay the normal fees. No hidden charges.

Send me a mail at farbloskay@gmail.com or use the contact form on the Contact page.