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Many sites allow you to create a free website or a blog without writing a single line of coding. However, WordPress stands out due to an easy user interface, feature-loaded framework, a vast community of developers, and search engine friendly pages. This article acts as a guide to help you get started with your first blog or a website.

  1. Visit: https://wordpress.com/
  2. Click on Get StartedCreate a Free site with WordPress
  3. Fill in the fields appropriately. (You can also skip this step)
  4. Enter a few keywords or name to check which one is available. Try it until you get your favorite name. Then click on “Select” button in Free plan.How to create a free blog using WordPress

5. Click on “Start with Free.”Free WordPress Site

6. Enter your email id, username, and password. (You can choose a username that is different from your domain name.)

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7. You will receive a confirmation email. Confirm your email id, and login into your WordPress dashboard.

8. Congratulations! your first site is ready. You can now use relevant links in the left panel to add new pages, blog posts, or customize the design of your site. Free WordPress Site Dashboard

WordPress is equipped with various powerful features. You need to invest some time and explore them. I advise you to take one step at a time to avoid confusion. Start with writing your first post about your favorite topic and share it on social media. With time, you can improve the design, add new pages, and include more features.

Want to learn more about WordPress website development? Check out the following blogs:

How to create a responsive website?

How to register a domain name on GoDaddy? 

A guide to buy a server or web hosting?

How to install WordPress on your web server?

How to change design and layout of a site: Working with WordPress themes

Do you still have questions? Write them into comments, and I will help you develop your first site effortlessly.

Author: Saket Kumar Singh

A digital marketer and strategist by profession, I love writing and travelling. In the past I have been a Communication Engineer, Coder, Banker and Lead Consultant. Someday I would travel to explore the world.