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Despite the abundance of brand new website builders and content management systems, WordPress remains the most popular choice for webmasters. Loved for its extensive range of plugins and blog capabilities, this software is currently powering over 40% of existing websites. 

So, how do you get started with WordPress? The first step is to install the platform on your web hosting account. 

This guide will show you how to install WordPress using three methods:

We’ll also walk you through installing WordPress themes and plugins in order to get your website up and running. 

First, we’ll show how to install WordPress with Hostinger. They offer speedy, beginner-friendly hosting services at a fair price, starting from $1.39/month. All plans come with a WordPress auto-installer, so you can jump right into building a website.

To install WordPress using Hostinger, follow these steps:

By now, the WordPress dashboard should show up on the screen. Depending on the hosting plan, you may see some pre-installed plugins, such as LiteSpeed Cache to boost performance. 

To open the dashboard without signing into your hosting account, insert the website’s domain name and add /wp-admin/ at the end of the URL. Then, enter the login information.

Bluehost is a US-based company with robust WordPress site hosting plans. It has a marketplace full of custom themes and plugins for its clients, making it easy to find any extension you might need. The subscriptions start from $3.95/month.

Here’s how to install WordPress with Bluehost:

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