Cost to Make Video Blog Website with Video Grid

by Elaine on January 27, 2012

Youtube Clone - Video Grid by Theme Fuse

You can create your own video sharing, video blog or Photography blog website easily with Wordpress.  Wordpress is a free open source platform and then you just need to install the Video Grid Wordpress Theme.  Wordpress is extremely easy to use and Video Grid provides you with all the functionality you require in creating a Video Blog.  You can see from the screenshots below that Video Grid is designed to display all types of media files including Photography and videos.  The cost to make your own video blog website will be less than $100.  See the info below.  Click here to see more details about Video Grid.

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cmsmind wordpress video template 1 Cost to Make Video Blog Website with Video Grid Video Grid Wordpress template – View single video

Use Wordpress Theme to Make a Site Like:

  • Creative Sort Filter – animations for filtering and reordering items
  • One Click Auto Install
  • Shortcodes – allows you to create countless different pages and templates for your website
  • 2 Colour Schemes – light and dark
  • Dynamic Sidebar Widget Creation
  • Feedburner Ready
  • Auto Image Resizing
  • Cross Browser Compatible
  • Jquery Image / Video Lightbox
  • Font-face custom font
  • Custom Widgets
  • Powerful Admin Options
  • Javascript enabled tabs
  • Different page templates – include 2 columns and 3 columns
  • Social Networking Integrated with Facebook, and Twitter
  • Responsive Layout
  • SEO friendly

Click here to demo Video Grid

Click here to download Video Grid

get theme Cost to Make Video Blog Website with Video Grid

Cost to Create Youtube Clone with Video Grid

1.  $56 for Webhosting.  You need a domain name to have a website. That’s why I recommend Fatcow.com .  Fatcow.com web hosting gives you a free domain name, unlimited bandwidth, unlimited disk space, unlimited email addresses, unlimited MySQL databases, host unlimited domains and more.  Right now Fatcow.com has a 40% off sale.  I would take advantage of this sale.

2.  $0 for WordPress.  With Fatcow.com there is a quick WordPress installation script that will install WordPress on your site in minutes.  This is totally free.  Wordpress is also free and you can demo it at WordPress.com.

3.  $49 for WordPress Theme.  This is a one time cost to purchase Video Grid WordPress Theme.  There are no subscription fees, membership fees or hidden fees.  After you download it, it totally belongs to you.   There is also a $10 discount special offer.  Click here to now to get your $10 off voucher.

4.  -$150 in Advertising Credits.  Fatcow.com provides you with free advertising credits worth $150.  This helps you in getting noticed on the respective search engines and social media.  So Fatcow.com gives you $75 in Google Adword credits, $50 in Facebook ad credits and $25 in Yahoo/Bing Adcenter Credits.  This is a great way to get your website noticed.

Overall the setup cost for your Video Blog will be:  Webhosting + WordPress + WordPress Theme:

Setup Cost = Webhosting + WordPress + WordPress Theme = $105

If you include the free advertising credits you get from Fatcow.com, your total startup cost will be:

Startup Cost = Setup Cost + Advertising Credits = -$45

So it will cost you almost nothing to start your Video Blog/Photography Blog with Video Grid WordPress Theme.  This is a great way to  create your Video Blog and start to showcase your work.

Click here to demo Video Grid

Click here to download Video Grid

Click here for more information about Fatcow.com

Thanks,

Elaine

 Cost to Make Video Blog Website with Video Grid

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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Script8 January 27, 2012 at 4:14 pm

How about the time to edit the wordpress theme. I am just just wondering if a client asked you to create one. Would you charge them $105 to create one ?

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Elaine January 27, 2012 at 5:02 pm

Hi Script8,
I provide suggestions on how to create websites in hopes that people will be able to create websites themeslves instead of hiring a contractor which, some times may be expensive. My rates vary but you should definitely try to install the theme yourself. There is free theme support via theme forums by the Theme provider.
Wordpress is also very easy to use. The Wordpress admin is very intuitive and does not require any HTML experience to install or use it. Give it a try and let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for your visit,
elaine

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