Leave Free WordPress Behind -Embed Whatever You Want…

My latest desire is helping those who want something more out of their blogging. For those looking to engage the next phase of blogging this is for you!

WordPress.com blogging is a pretty great place to start blogging, as many of you know… But, you’ll soon realize how limited you really are.

My pissed off moment came when I needed to embed this really awesome how-to-video to help you with SEO, it installed fine. Then I hit publish and WordPress kicked it offline.

So, no video embeds…
No, Ads of my own,
No, unique HTML banners,
And worst of all I couldn’t download my favorite plugins.

Of course, you can purchase packages on WordPress.com to do everything I mentioned, but you’re still limited and it can get crazy expensive.

Which is why I taught myself to build self-hosted websites using WordPress…

Now, I’m a semi-expert… Hey, there’s always room to improve!

Understanding the struggles and limitations you may be having using free WordPress, I’d like to build your first Self-Hosted WordPress blog for free. 

This does require a hosting plan for just dimes a day, but you’ll be allowed to add whatever you want to your blog and no one can stop you! Well, other than the host itself, but they are the leader in hosting and will help you 24/7 along with my personal life-time support…

Why am I doing this? I have freed my time and honestly, Hostgator pays me to do this service so that you don’t have to pay me.

If you’re ready to own your WordPress Blog, and you want to network, install plugins, Google ads and do whatever you want, head over to your free resource and check it out…

I’m serious, I’m ready to help you put your self-hosted blog together!

It just takes a few more seconds of your time. Head here to have me optimize your WordPress blog.

– I‘m only doing this for a limited time though, just until things start up again! Hurry, and I’ll get started right away.


4 thoughts on “Leave Free WordPress Behind -Embed Whatever You Want…

  1. Thanks for the follow Parker. I am much older now but, when I was i my 30’s I fished in the Bassmaster Federation and was pretty good. I loved fishing club tournaments. I formed and administered the Florissant Valley Bassmasters Chapter in Florissant, Mo. (a suburb of St. Louis). I truly loved it. But as I got a little older I developed Rheumatoid Arthritis and no longer could cast or flip with my gnarled hands.


    1. Awesome! Charlie… Local tournaments are awesome, we’ll be at Colorado Walleye Expo on the 9th… Looking to spot up and coming anglers, but strong anglers already in it too!

      YW, Really like the photos, get back to fishing and post those 🙂 haha. Feel free to upload on Weekly Photos anytime, you could even share a lake or pond photo or something and link it back to your blog! Tight Lines, Good luck with that arthritis. I can’t imagine, my grandma suffers too! Stay warm and Fish On!


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