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10 Mar 11 9:47 am
Where is you site hosted? This will have an effect on what to look for in cPanel.
Do you know you way around cPanel and around your file system? In this case I will make the assumption that you do, otherwise you can get support at your web host to help you.
1. Create a folder off your root called blog; eg: public_html/blog
2. The easiest way to create your Blog is with Fantastico; you can find this under Software/Services in cPanel. Once Fantastico opens, select WordPress. If you don't have Fantastico then look for CGI Scripts and, again, select WordPress.
3. To create your Blog you will need to know a few things like your domain name, the install directory (e.g. blog), your admin user name (usually 'admin'), an adminstrator password, an admin nickname (often your own name), administrator email address, your site name (the name of your blog), and a description. Fill these details into the boxes provided.
4. Once you have completed your details then select install.
5. Select finish and that's it.
If you know your way around cPanel then I suggest creating a subdomain; for example, blog.yoursite.com.
If you are not sure or not confident to do this yourself then check out Affilorama Services as I am sure you will find someone who can help you otherwise visit fiverr.com and you will find someone who can help you for $5.