Install WordPress on Addon Domain Godaddy

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I’ll show you how to Install WordPress on addon Domain in Godaddy and cPanel. It won’t take long! I’ll be using cpanel for addon domain set up, so this should work on hostgator, siteground, bluehost or any other hosting provider that has cPanel. If you cannot add addon domains in cPanel, try below steps for success.  How to set addon domain in Godaddy?

Detailed video of installation instructions to get WordPress on addon domain in GoDaddy.

Step by step guide to install WordPress on addon domain on GoDaddy

  1. Login to Godaddy account
  2. Find cPanel
  3. At the top you should see “Installatron”click on installatron in godaddy cPanel
  4. Switch the tab to “Application Browser”
    switch tab applications browser
  5. Search for “WordPress”
    search for wordpress
  6. Press “Install Application”
    click on install application
  7. Fill in the form and include the domain you want to setup WordPress on.
    select your domain from dropdown
  8. Add directory where you want to install WordPress. If you want your whole website to run on WordPress remove everything. If you just want to have WordPress Blog, then add “blog” or similar.
    set directory for addon domain
  9. Once you’ve filled the form, press install at the bottom of the page
    click on install at bottom
  10. Once Installation is done, your domain has WordPress!
  11. Test that WordPress works by going to . When you use WordPress first time it will show you quick start guide. You can skip this if you are familiar with it.
    first time wordpress will show quick guide

That’s it! It was is, right?

If you have a question drop a comment below! Cheerio!

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This Post Has 9 Comments

  1. Jorrit

    Excellent & funny video, very useful, thanks!

    1. Robert

      Thanks Jorrit for dropping a comment, I’m glad you liked!

  2. Esther

    Thanks for the info!

    The information is very complete. I followed these steps and those in this course and they recommend a different hosting Is it better one than another? What would be the best alternative?

    Thanks for the help!

    1. Robert

      Hi Esther, there are some differences between different hostings, for example from what I understand HostGator doesn’t allow 3rd party SSL certificates, so you need to buy from them.

      If you have a bit more budget then is great option, they seem to be one of the fastest.
      On other hand, if you are on budget then is an option.
      Here is a nice article about choosing a hosting that is right for you:

  3. Esther

    Thanks for your answer. I’ll take a look at the contributions. =)

  4. raley

    Hey! Thanks a lot for the wonderful information. I was searching for an answer like this. It would be much helpful if you can suggest me where to get the cheapest linux hosting? Currently i am using hosting from Looking forward for the reply.

    1. Robert

      Hi Raley, if you are purely looking at prices I know what Hostinger are very affordable, and they have good deal too. I haven’t used them though. I’m in transition to move my stuff to hostpapa.

  5. Zine

    Hi, Very Useful Post! I was struggling with my new website here!

    1. Robert

      Hi Zine, I’m glad this post helped you! thank for taking the time to leave a comment!
      I appreciate it!

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