We now have our domain activated, as outlined in Step 2. The next step is to install some sort of website content management software, so that we can edit the site.
Step 3 – Install WordPress
I highly advise using WordPress as your website content management software. I use WordPress, rather than any other website management software, because (1) it’s free, (2) there are a huge number of available WordPress plugs that you can activate later, to achieve pretty much any functionality for your website, and (3) it’s all cloud-based, so you will be able to update your website from any computer or smartphone that has internet access.
To use WordPress to edit your website, you need to install the WordPress software on your Godaddy web server for each of your domains. This is a lot easier than it sounds, and you can do it by following the 9 steps below.