How much does a wordpress blog cost? Zachary Cheatwood Community pillar Active Client FSB United: April 3, 2016 Messages: 12 Likes received: two Trophy points: 110 How much more than a year does a wordpress blog cost? David Austin Veteran of the community Active Client FSB Premium FSB customer United: Jun 27, 2015 Messages: 292 Likes received: 77 Trophy points: 178 Location: Stamford, United Kingdom Hello, WordPress is free and so are many themes and add-ons. Costs arise from hosting fees and any help you need to sign up to build and maintain your blog.If you can do all the technical things on your own and use free themes and supplements, the only cost will be your hosting rate and the value you put in your own time. Enjoy working with FSB and use it in an unconventional way, but reaping results.Non-FSB activities:Copper forging in https://shaliniaustin.co.ukRough rocks, minerals and crystals at https://roughrockshop.co.ukPreferred accommodation in the United Kingdom https://www.smarthosting.co.uk/client/aff.php?aff=880 MarcBe Silver Member Active Client FSB Premium FSB customer In general, we use the same accommodation as the one we use to host our store, at no additional cost. Through Cpanel you can add a WP blog as a subdomain (blog.mystore.net) or as an extension (mystore.net/blog). If you do not have a cpanel, you can download WP from worpdress.org and upload it to your hosting space using filezilla.A lot of tutorials are available on YouTube on how to do that.Just look for something like "install WordPress in a subdomain with [your hosting provider]" Zachary Cheatwood Community pillar Active Client FSB United: April 3, 2016 Messages: 12 Likes received: two Trophy points: 110 And to add to this, how many blog posts should there be per month? swilk Veteran of the community Active Client FSB United: Oct 25, 2010 Messages: 179 Likes received: 12 Trophy points: 120 Location: U.S In general, the cost of hosting a shared server is approximately $ 30 to $ 50 per year. If you add a store, you probably want a cloud or VPS hosting instead, which is about double that cost. * With both you can update / reduce resources as needed.