Once you become part of Global Domains International (GDI) many of the posts and the teams concentrate on the Team Building and recruiting people and some are doing very well doing team building.
Our Team takes another approach using the tools and benefits of your membership. We still do Teambuilding and our fast growing team does help us all to build a team. We use the blog available to help us not only build GDI and other online business earning opportunities.
With this Post I am going to show the steps our Team Leader has shared with us so that we all can benefit and profit from not only GDI but also from our other online programs.
Here are the steps our Team leader Ellie has shared with those of us on her team.
Step by Step Guide to Setting Up Your Blog With GDI
Step 1 – Register on GDI (Its Free for 7 Days then $10 Per Month)
To register on GDI please use this link to join my team.
You will need to complete the registration form which asks for some information as follows:
Create a username that you are happy to have showing on your referral link, create a password that you will remember, add your name details and then choose individual as account type on the first page:
On the next page you need to set some security questions, and choose option 1 (both income and address package) under why are you registering. Tick the captcha not a robot box:
On the 4th page you will need to create a domain name. This will be the address for your blog or website. If you are not sure about a domain to use then one with your name can work for many different types of blog. There will be some suggested domains shown below the box as well:
The next page is the shopping cart – check the domain you want is showing here. You can also choose to add domain privacy here if you wish to have that. It costs an extra $1 per month for domain privacy, and this keeps your contact details and registration private from others online.
The next page will ask if you want a basic account or a premium upgrade. If you are already familiar with blogging and websites you may like to consider the premium account, but the basic one is fine for most blogs.
Next you need to provide payment details – your account will be a monthly cost of at least $10 ($11 if you took privacy and $50 if you take a premium account upgrade). You can choose to pay by credit or debit card as well as paypal. There are no other payment options available at the moment…… however you can use an online only gift card account such as those provided from online earning accounts to claim your commission. These can be funded in many ways so lifts the restriction that many people face regarding payment options.
Enter your payment details on the following page and submit your registration. You will get the you are online notification as shown below when your account registration is completed:
Step 2 – Log In To Your GDI Account
The login address for your account is: https://www.website.ws/members/ I recommend you bookmark it. Enter the username and password you created when you registered:
Inside the members area of your account you will see there is quite a lot of information. I recommend you do read the GDI Learning Bonus section as this will pay you $25 when completed.
To set up your blog however you need to scroll down until you see WordPress and More in the side menu:
On the WordPress and more page, you just need to turn on the WordPress plugin by moving the button across to ON position:
You will be sent an email when your blog has been created and ready to use.
Step 3 – Log In To WordPress
When your blog is ready for using you just need to log in to your account on WordPress:
The address to use for login is http://YOURBLOGNAME.ws/wp-login.php. Again I recommend you bookmark this link.
Step 4 – Update WordPress Settings
I recommend that the first thing you do is update all of your settings so it looks like you want it to look You do not have to be fancy just a simple Blog will do.
This Post is an example of what my Sponsor and our Team Leader Ellie does for her team, Join me and you will be part of that team.
She provide training to my team members and their downline regarding using WordPress in Her Facebook Group. If not on my team I suggest you spend some time learning how to use WordPress by following the tutorials here.
Step 5 – Write Blog Posts
This is of course the main point of having a blog. You can write posts about anything you choose really.
We know some people struggle with this, so will be providing some blog posts for my own team members who want to use the work online niche in their own blogs. These will be pre written and simply need to be updated with referral links. In addition we will be sharing my own blogging tips in Ellie’s Facebook group. This is limited to members who are on Ellies team in GDI (in her downline so its open to those who join under our team members as well as me).
Thanks to our Team Leader Ellie for her guidance and down to earth training and step by step directions!
If you are not in my downline and wish to join my team (you can have multiple accounts on GDI) please use this link to register.