With more than 50 tutorials online and dozens more on Google, gom Software Tutorials is the #1 source for software tutorials.
But how to get them to your own site?
We’ve rounded up some tips for getting your tutorials to your site.
First, you’ll need a good web host.
This is especially important if you want to sell the tutorials, which require the creation of a landing page.
You can do this by hosting your tutorial directly on a hosting service like WPEngine or HostMonster, which offer a variety of hosting options, or by paying a small fee for a dedicated hosting account.
The final step is to get the tutorials hosted on a domain that will be familiar to most people.
You’ll want to choose a domain with at least 400,000 unique visitors per month.
Then, download your tutorial from their web site, and include a link to your blog or other social media pages on your landing page or blog post.
If you’re hosting on WordPress.com, make sure to include a WordPress.org account.
This will allow your users to view the tutorials.
If your website doesn’t have a WordPress account, you can set one up at WordPress.co.uk.
After you have all of the details in place, you should get your tutorial live.
There are some tips to make sure the tutorial takes off on your site: Ensure that the tutorial contains the same content as your landing pages.
This means including links to your tutorial’s homepage, and a link back to your main blog post on your website.
If the tutorial doesn’t contain any information, you may want to redirect users to a Google search for the tutorial.
If this doesn’t work, you might want to create a custom post or video.
Make sure the instructions include a clear and concise description.
For example, if your tutorial doesn-t specify a location or a price, you don’t want your visitors to get confused and click on the wrong link.
Also, make it clear how the tutorial will work.
The tutorials on gom.com and gom-tech.com are the only ones that are hosted on WordPress, so if you need to set up a different host, that’s where you’ll be doing it.
For the full list of hosting providers, check out our guides to hosting your software tutorials on WordPress and WPEngine.
You might also want to check out the best WordPress hosting options.