How to set up your Judgment Recovery Site in minutes!

Ready to get your WordPress site up and running in minutes? Follow the steps below and you’ll be off in a swift!

Step #1:

Click Here To Set Up Your Hosting Account & Acquire or Transfer Your Domain…

Your hosting account is where your website will be hosted and your domain is your website’s URL
( is mine).

My #1 hosting recommendation is Bluehost because:

  1. They are a proven hosting company.
  2. Their customer support is great and they are located in the USA.
  3. As a VIP partner of Bluehost, you qualify for the lowest rates offered!

Step #2:

Click Here & click the green ‘Get started now’ button…


Step #3:

Choose your plan…


Step #4:

Choose your free domain name or transfer your current domain…


Step #5:

Place your order and pay for your plan…


Step #6:

Bluehost will email your login information.  Login to Bluehost, and you’ll be taken to your Bluehost dashboard where you can install WordPress by double-clicking on ‘Install WordPress‘…


Step #7:

Click the the green install button…


Step #8:

Choose the domain you registered or the one you transferred…


Step #9:

Check the ‘Show advanced options‘ box and fill in the title, username, and password. Your title will be the name of your blog (mine would be Judgment Recovery Blog). The  username and password will be what you use to login to the back end of your blog (your WordPress dashboard)…

IMPORTANT: Save this information somewhere where you won’t lose it. You will need it
for step #11


Step #10:

Bluehost will install WordPress on your server and let you know when it’s complete…


Click the ‘View Credentials’ button on the top right…


Step #11:

Click on ‘Admin URL’ (located below the green box) and enter your WordPress login credentials from step #9. This will take you to your WordPress dashboard. Your WordPress dashboard is where you will do almost everything on your blog. From writing articles to changing design…


Boom You Made It!  Congraulations!


-Article by Financial Judgment Recovery.

This article is my opinion, and not legal advice. I am a judgment recovery expert, and am not a lawyer, If you ever need any legal advice or a strategy to use, please contact a lawyer.