How to Use for domains registration & WordPress Site Hosting?

In this guide, I’ll be showing how to Use for domains registration & WordPress Site Hosting.

If you need to build a WordPress website, (almost) for free, you’re exactly where you should be.

This is a step-by-step guide and hence I’ve attached a snapshot for every single click that you’ll be making.

In less than 27 clicks (yes, I’ve counted)  and less than $1.50/month, you’ll have registered both a domain and a WordPress site.

Let’s get started then?

Initial preparations

I don’t really like beating around the bush, let’s get started?

Make sure you’ve done the following before we start:

How to Use for domains registration?


The entire domain registration process is a will require less than 10 clicks and 5 minutes at best.

Click 1: Login to your account and click on “Domain names” on the left-panel.
Click 2: Click on the “Register Domain” button that you can now see.

Click 3:  Click on the search-box, and type in the domain you wish to register on the SeekaHost domain checker.

Click 4:  Click on the “search” button.

Click 5: Click on the “Add cart” button.

Click 6: Click the “next” button at the bottom-right on the next screen.

Click 7: Fill in the form with your name, contact info and other details, and, again click on the “next” button.


Click 8: Choose a mode to pay. You can use your Credit Cards, or PayPal account.

mode to pay

Click 9: Enter your payment details, and click on  “Order now”.

This is obviously less than 10 clicks and you’ve already got your domain!

How to use to register WordPress site hosting?

Overview: The WordPress hosting setup requires exactly 6 clicks and 5 minutes on average.

Click 1: Click on “Hosting Plans” to reveal all the hosting options available with

Click 2: Choose “WordPress Hosting” from the tabs. This will show you the hosting plans.

WordPress Hosting

Click 3:  Click on the “7-day free trial” button under the plan you wish to purchase.

7-day free trial

Click 4: Enter all your information, and click on “Continue to Subscribe”.

Continue to Subscribe

Click 5: Choose a payment mode.

payment mode

Click 6: Enter your payment information. Note this is 100% free and you won’t be charged for 7 days.

What’s left? Obviously, installing WordPress, isn’t it?

How to use to Install WordPress ?

Let’s move on to the third part  of the equation then?

In just 4 clicks, you’ll have WordPress installed on your site. This process needs less than 2 minutes on average.

Click 1:  Click on “Websites & Blogs” on the left-panel.

Click 2: You then need to click on  “WordPress Sites”.

WordPress Sites

Click 3:  Click the “Create new blog” button.

Create new blog

Click 4:  Enter the following information on the next page:

  • Blog domain: The URL for your registered domain.
  • Blog category: No action needed.
  • Blog title: Enter the title you want for your blog.
  • Click “Add Blog”.Add Blog

That was fast, wasn’t it?

Technically, we’re done.  You’ve got your domain, as well as hosting.

However, to get the WordPress website to actually function, we’ve got to cover a few  more steps. Here’s how you change your nameservers on

How to change nameservers on

This process will require less than 11 clicks and 5 minutes.

Click 1: Click on “Websites and blogs”.

Click 2: Now you should be clicking on “WordPress sites” to get to your list of websites.

WordPress Sites

Click 3: There’s a blue icon. It’s officially called the “Action” button. Clicking on this will take you to your WordPress site’s control panel.

blue icon

Click 4: displays the 2 nameservers you need on the next screen. It’s pretty straight-forward, simply copy the nameservers you see.


Click 4: Click on the “Domain Names” tab on the left panel.

Click 5: Click on “Domains” to go to your domain settings panel. This is where you’ll need to paste the nameservers you copied.


Click 6: Click on the “Action” button on the right.


Click 7: Click on the slider that you see next to “Domain Lock” . You basically need to “disable” the lock.

Domain Lock

Click 8: Click on the “Nameserver” tab up top.


Click 9:  Click on the “Use custom/private nameservers” button.

Use custom/private nameservers

Click 10: Click on the text-box and paste the nameservers you copied earlier.

Click 11: Finally, save the changes by clicking on the Change nameservers button.

You just activated your WordPress site on servers. pricing plans

This is an obvious question by now, isn’t it?

How much does all of this cost?

Well, the domain costs differ based on the extension you choose. It can be as low as $3.00/year and as high as $12.00/year for .com domains. Which I’d say is still cheap because it’s for the “year”.

As for hosting plans, these primarily depend on the server-type you go with.

  • Private Blog (PBN) servers : 1 blog cost $1.35/month. Decreases if you choose a package with higher number of blogs.
  • A-class IPs: 1 blog costs $4.00/month.
  • WordPress Hosting: 1 blog costs $1.49/month. Decreases if you choose more than 1-blog packages. pricing plans

Frequently Asked Questions

I’m sure you’ve set your WordPress site by now. However, you may still have a few questions, let me try and answer them?

  1. Does offer free SSL certificates?

Yes, you get free SSL certificates with Once you’ve changed your nameservers, you can install SSL certificates on your blog within seconds. Literally!

Simply go to your WordPress site’s control panel, then click on the “SSL” button and activate your SSL certificate.

free SSL

  1. Does provide backups? does provide free backups! Again, just above the “SSL” button on the right-panel (in your WP control panel), you see the “Backup” option. This is available on all plans, no upscale tricks here.

  1. What can I use for? lets you choose from 3 different server types! You can choose:

3 different server types

  • PBN Hosting: Unique IPs, multiple locations, best for PBN blogs.
  • A-class IP Hosting: Best, cleanest, most unique IP addresses.
  • WordPress hosting : Pocket-friendly options for normal WordPress websites.


  1. Is WordPress pre-installed on the WordPress hosting plans?

This was a misconception I initially had. No, WordPress isn’t “pre-installed” on any of the servers.

However, it can be installed in a single-click on all the servers as  we did in this guide earlier.

  1. Is there a refund policy?

There’s something better than a refund policy! offers a 100% free, no-strings attached trial for 7 days. You can get this for any of the servers you like!

  1. Does offer free migrations?

Yes it does. You can create a support ticket once you’ve signed up at for the migration. They migrate your website from your previous host for free.

  1. Is there a support staff?

Absolutely. provides support via tickets, available 24X7.

  1. Are servers secure?

I’d think so. The company has default DDoS protection enabled on all servers. Then, it also includes Malware protection for all plans.

  1. Do you get E-mail IDs with WordPress sites?

Absolutely. Each WordPress hosting plan includes “free email account” regardless of which plan you go with.

  1. Can I connect to third-party analytics?

Totally. For starters, has in-built analytics. It shows you the disk space you’ve used from your control panel.

On top of that, you can connect Google Analytics, as well as Clicky.

disk space

I hope that answered at least some of your questions?

Final words- How to Use for domains registration & WordPress Site Hosting?

You should have your domain and hosting by now, and hopefully you opted for the 7-day free trial so you got the hosting for free.

I did make this guide as straightforward and direct as possible. However, if you’re stuck at a certain screen, I’m confident SeekaHost’s support team will help you out.

So, I probably should sign off, eh? If you still haven’t you got your domain and host by now, go give their 7-day trial a glimpse.

Abhishek Jain

Abhishek is an SEO Expert with extensive 7+ years of experience. He helps businesses to build their brand and get leads through the Internet without spending anything on Facebook and anything on Google.