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WikiBase Template – Cost to Create Knowledge Base Website

Wikibase by Templatic

Note:  This theme is no longer available.  If you want to create a Knowledge Base System with Wordpress, I recommend iKnowledge Wordpress Theme.  Click here to see my post about iKnowledge.

Creating your own Knowledge base website is not hard.  You do not need to contract out or spend tons of money to create one.  Below I will tell you all the costs that you need to build up your own and it will be quick and painless.  It will honestly only take about maximum 2 hours from start to finish to create your own knowledge base with premium Wordpress Themes Wikibase by Templatic.

Wikibase by Templatic
Features of WikiBase Template

  • 5 different color schemes
  • Show total number of articles, number of categories, and total comments.
  • Article Tools to print, add comments, send or share with friends
  • Show featured articles, latest articles, popular articles, and recent comments.
  • Advanced Search.
  • Customize logo, header and footer

Click here to demo this template

Cost to create Knowledge Base Website:

1.  $56 for Webhosting.  To create a website you first need a domain name and webhosting.  I recommend Fatcow.com because with their webhosting they give you a free domain name.  Also include free emails, unlimited disk space, bandwidth, MYSQL databases and much more.  Right now Fatcow.com is 40% off.  Check it out here.

2.  $0 for domain name.  If you purchase your webhosting from Fatcow.com, they include a free domain name.  So no need to purchase domain name separately.  If you want to purchase your domain name separately, you can buy it from Godaddy.  It’s about $10/year.

2.  $0 for WordPress.  WordPress is completely free.  You can download it from WordPress.org.  If you purchase from Fatcow.com they offer you free one click installations.

3.  $65 for Wordpress Theme.  This is a one time fee to purchase the Wikibase Templatic Wordpress Theme.  There are no hidden fees and after purchase the theme totally belongs to you.

4.  -$175 in free Advertising Credits.  If you purchase your webhosting from Fatcow.com they give you free advertising credits.  Includes $100 in Google Adwords, $50 Facebook Ads, and $25 Yahoo/Bing Adcenter.  Click here to see more details.

So the total cost to create your own knowledge base or wiki website is about (Webhosting + Domain Name + WordPress + WordPress Theme) = $121. But If you buy webhosting from Fatcow.com will cost (Website cost – Domain name – Advertising credits) = -$54Which means you create your wiki or knowledge base website for free.

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