My Progress at End Of Level 2

Last Update: December 05, 2017

I now have two domains-wish I had selected the second one first! They are 1. & 2. Weird thing is, although I built the first one before I went premium, it only took 2 days to complete all of the level 1 training. Which is where I learned I couldn't go any further without going premium. The other thing about that first domain is it was migrated from WA's free area where it was built.

One source of confusion that makes the two websites different is the topic of templates. Or, I should say, the lack of any direction as to HOW to properly select a template, as far as criteria goes.

I'm sorry, this is supposed to be a blog about my progress and all I can think of is my lack of progress. SORRY. I think it was the exercises in level 2 about keywords that made me think I had the domain name backwards.

Maybe I should just start over. I'm trying to publish this and it says to add a minimum 2 tags & I don't know what tags are. guess I'll add my 2 domains.

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BethTerrell Premium
Hi, James. There's definitely a learning curve. The good thing about a theme is that it's easy to change if you don't like the one you chose.

Both your domain names have the key idea of "cancer cures" in them, so that's good. When you know which one you like best, you can have the other one redirected to it. Or just let it lapse so you're only using the one you like best. Syntactically, I think "" or even just "" might work even better, but those might already be taken.

Tags are words or phrases that people might use to search for the topic of your post, like: progress, end of level 2, level 2 challenges, and so on. If someone were looking for posts about people's progress at this level, they might search for one or more of those terms, and your post would come up in their search. If you were writing a post about how to choose a theme, you might use tags like: theme, choosing a theme, best theme, etc.

Hope this helps.
KeithBunge Premium
Two years ago I spent 2 months of very intense work building a website. I could not afford to continue but this topic of picking the correct template is very important. I built a website after leaving which was up for one year and because I picked the wrong template and the wrong hosting I put it up and was never able to get any plugins to work. I used namescheap for everything. I simply let it expire as it was for personal information on a subject I am no longer following or researching. But most of the training was done by I can't remember who but he used Genesis and the professional version for his websites.
KenCatledge Premium
Welcome aboard. I am impressed that you have been able to get your websites up. Best of luck in your future endeavors!

despatis Premium
Congrats James, for going premium and for posting your first blog within Wealthy Affiliate. Well done and to be continued.

To your success,
Labman Premium
The theme you choose is totally up to you. Whatever makes your site look the way you want it to.