Food Blog Clone – Cost to Make a Food Blog Website

by Elaine on April 7, 2011

Delicious Magazine by WooThemes

Creating a food blog website for your inner food critic is pretty simple if you use Wordpress.  It will take less than 10 minutes to install and activate your Wordpress theme.  Click here for more details about the WooThemes Delicious and see below the costs you will incur to create your food blog website.  (and also How you can create your food blog website for free.)  Click here for more details about Delicious Magazine.

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Wordpress Food Blog Template - Delicious

Wordpress Theme to Build:

  • Food blog clone
  • NYTimes Food Blog Clone
  • Martha Stewart Food Blog Clone
  • Food Magazine Clone

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1.  $56 for Webhosting. You will need to purchase a domain name and webhosting first before you start anything.  I recommend purchasing your webhosting from Fatcow.comFatcow offers free domain name with your webhosting purchase.  Fatcow.com also gives you unlimited storage, unlimited emails, unlimited mySQL databases, unlimited bandwidth, 24×7 support, and tons more.  Currently Fatcow.com webhosting is 40% off so I would take advantage of this sale.  I don’t know how long this low price will last.  Click here to purchase webhosting from Fatcow.com.

2.  $0 for WordPress. WordPress is completely free open source program.  If you purchase webhosting from Fatcow.com they have one click installs for WordPress.  You can also download WordPress for free at WordPress.org.

3.  $70 for Wordpress Theme. This is the cost to purchase the Wordpress Theme from WooThemes – Delicious Magazine.  After you purchase this theme, it totally belongs to you, there is no monthly charges or hidden fees.  WooThemes also gives you 2 extra bonus themes, lifetime support and upgrades for your theme purchases.    Click here to view the theme.

4.  -$150 Advertising Credits. The difficult part of starting up a website is generating traffic to your site.  Fatcow.com understands this and gives you free $150 advertising credits to spend if you purchase webhosting from them.   They give you $75 in Google Adwords credits, $50 in Facebook ads and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Advertising credits.   Once you are ready, Fatcow.com also will post your business up on YP.com (Yellowpages) for free too.

If you add up all the costs you need to create a food blog (Webhosting + WordPress + WordPress theme ) it will cost $126.  But if you include the free advertising credits you get from Fatcow.com ($126 + Advertising Credits = -$24) you actually don’t pay anything! You get back your money in advertising credits.    I think this is a great deal and the best solution if you want to create your own food blog/food magazine/food critic website.

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Click here to demo Delicious Magazine

Click here to download Delicious Magazine

Thanks,

Elaine

 Food Blog Clone   Cost to Make a Food Blog Website

Elaine

Elaine is the founder of CmsMind, an online blog providing Joomla and WordPress tutorials. Elaine lives in Toronto and when she is not online, she is either Marathon and Triathlon training or travelling and racing somewhere in the world. Find her also at: Save Money, Premium Themes and Templates, and at Webhosting Tips.

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