Let me do it for you! If you want me to install the blog for you on your server, simply add it to your order at time of purchasing the blog packages.
Installation charge is only $9.95 per blog. Please make sure your hosting uses cPanel. For beginner webmasters, please read important note below.
If you’ve already bought the product, simply click the add to cart button below to order the installation and I will have it up and running on your server within 24-48 hours of receiving your information.
HOW IT WORKS
It’s 2 simple easy steps!
Step 1: Simply add an installation order to your cart. Cart & payment link will appear on sidebar.
Step 2: After purchase, please use our contact form and send the following:
Webhost/cPanel Login Name:
Domain name where to install the blog:
Name of blog package to install:
Desired Website Title (optional):
Desired Username/Login name for the blog (optional):
Important! Please Read
The installation will not be completed until you provide us a working login username and password so please make sure to send us the correct login details.
If we can’t access your webhost because you sent us incorrect username or password, the installation could be delayed for another 24-48 hours. Double check your login info by logging in to your own webhost.
Also, make sure that your domain’s DNS is properly pointed to your webhost. Otherwise, incorrect DNS setting can delay the installation.
Lastly, we are NOT actively monitoring other email addresses that maybe connected to this site like PayPal email, so please use our contact form in sending your questions and installation instructions.
For new online entrepreneurs and beginner webmasters, please read this first before buying installation service:
Your hosting account MUST support PHP5 (or higher), MySQL4 (or higher) and cPanel. PLR WordPress sites CANNOT be installed on free hosts (even with upgraded account) like webs.com, weebly, bravehost, and even wordpress.com.
For easier webhost management, please look for cPanel enabled webhosts to host your blogs. Click here to see how a cPanel dashboard looks like.