One Hour Launch – Website Setup

Install a new ProductPages Domain with WordPress NOTE:  To start with most of us can use my hosting account.  It will need some work when you decide to move out on your own and it might be worth the $7/month to start with your own hosting.  Your choice. NOTE:  You can ignore everything down to Start with Your Hosting Company CPanel

  1. Scroll down the left column find and copy the Name Servers. Paste them somewhere that you can find them later

  Go to GoDaddy.com

    1. Buy the Domain – I use GoDaddy
    2. Make sure you have the Name Server URLs from your Hosting Company (I use HostGator)
    3. Edit the Domain Settings and find Name Servers – replace the existing Name Servers with Custom Name Servers – the ones from your Hosting Company
      Move back to Hosting Company CPanel Login
    4. Search for Domain (upper left) and Find the Domains section
    5. Click on Add Domain
    6. Enter the URL for your new website (Domain purchased from GoDaddy)
    7. Tab down to the password and enter a new password two times
    8. Press Submit
    9. Wait for it to say you are okay (I have to be in Chrome for the next section – HostGator wants me to do something with cookies)
    10. Click on the Upper Left Home and go back to CPanel
    11. Search for “Software” (bar in upper left) – It will take you to Software Services
    12. Click on WordPress on the left (4th from the top)
    13. Ignore all the Mojo stuff!!!
    14. Go Back to the CPanel and search for “email” in the upper left
    15. Click on Add Email
    16. Add Sales@<YourNewDomain>  – save the password
    17. Scroll down and find the email in the list at the bottom of the page
    18. Click on the MORE over at the extreme right
    19. Click on Web Address
    20. Copy/Paste the URL of your WebMail somewhere you can find it.
    21. Go to your Gmail Account
    22. How to Set Up Google Mail Fetcher

      To set up Google Mail Fetcher for an email account:

      1. Log into your Gmail account.
      2. Click the gear icon in the upper right corner of the page and select Settings.
      3. Click the Accounts tab and locate the Check mail from other accounts (using POP3) section.
      4. Click Add a POP3 mail account you own.
      5. Enter the full email address of the account from which you’d like mail fetched.
      6. Click Next Step.
      7. In the Password field, enter the password for the email address you provided.
      8. The account I wanted was Sales@gadgetsr.us.   The bottom two entries were Sales and mail.gadgetsr.us  port 110  The last entry was Okay, but I had to change the Sales to Sales@gadgetsr.us.  Then it worked
      9. Select Port 110 for a POP3 connection. For a secure email connection, use Port 995.
      10. Click the checkboxes next to the options that best suit your needs:
        • Leave a copy of retrieved messages on the server
        • Always use a secure connection (SSL) when retrieving mail *
        • Label incoming messages
        • Archive incoming messages
        *Note: Google does not allow the use of self-signed SSL certificates, including HostGator’s shared SSL certificates.
      11. Click
        Add Account.

      After successfully adding your account, you’ll also have the option of making the added account a custom From address. This will allow you to compose messages in Gmail but have them appear to be sent from your other email account.


  1. Now mail to SALES@<yourNewDomain> will come to your normal email
  2. Loging to the Webmail and use HORDE to send email from the account.
  3. Use Sales@<YourNewDomain> for the Contact Us email later
  4. Fill out this formThe URL is a Drop-Down The rest you just fill in (Do NOT put Admin as the Admin User)
  5. Ignore the Buy a Theme – click on No Thanks I’m a Web Designer
  6. This is what you expect to see:#1 – This line says this went okay #2 – Click the down arrow #3 – Copy and Store this info
  7. Try is out
  8. Login and Click on Users
  9. Edit your user
  10. Click on the Generate Password button
  11. Replace what it says with something you like
  12. Click the blue Update Profile button at the bottom of the page
    Modify and Install PlugIns
  13. Add New – Search for this (Box is hard to see – upper right) Pretty Link Lite
  14. Activate
  15. I like to activate Jetpack you need a free Account with WordPress.com
  16. Click on the button at the top of the Plugins Page
  17. Login with your WordPress.com name/email
  18. Deactivate HostGator WalkMe and Mojo MarketPlace
  19. Activate Aksimet Anti-Span software (For Hale:Go to Evernote and copy my Aksimet key(
  20. Click on Activate by Akismet and enter the key when it asks
    Install the ProductPages Theme
  21. Click on Appearance à Themes
  22. Click on Add New
  23. Click on Upload
  24. Browse to find the zip file
  25. Click Install Now
  26. You Should see this:
  27. Click Activate
  28. You will probably need to click the Update button to get the latest Version
  29. Get License Key (For Hale this is in EverNote – ProductPages.co)
  30. Go back to your site and click on the Please CLICK HERE to authenticate your Site
  31. Enter the License Key and Press Validate
  32. This is a small Click Here link in the middle of the pop-up window. It takes you to One Click Install IMPORTANT – ONE CLICK INSTALL IF YOU AREN’T HERE ALREADY
  33. Click on the Menu option: Product Pages à Quick Install (1 click) to install home pages, sample Product pages, than You Pages and much more
  34. Under Appearance à Menus
  35. Create a new Menu
  36. Name it My Menu (or anything) –. Leave it empty
  37. Click Save Menu on the right – for sure
  38. Click the Manage Locations and select your new empty menu as Default Navigation
  39. Click the Save Changes Button
  40. Go to Appearance –> Editor and Edit the Footer.php file
  41. Right above the </body> line at the bottom of the file paste Material in this file  Click Here
  42. Add Privacy-Policy Page  and paste Generic Page
  43. Add Return-Policy Page  and paste Generic Page
  44. Add terms-and-conditions Page  and paste Generic Page
  45. Add Contact-Us Page (Activate from Jetpack)
    INFORMATION UNIQUE TO One Hour Launch Member who will use the Domain NEEDED

  46. Edit your WordPress Website
  47. Pages –> All Pages – Edit Privacy-Policy Page and make it conform to your company (replace ALL CAPS)
  48. Pages –> All Pages -Edit Return-Policy Page and make it conform to your company
  49. Pages –> All Pages -Edit terms-and-conditions page and make it conform to your company
  50. JetPack –> Edit Contact Us (In JetPack) and make it conform to your company
  51. Edit the HOME Page after you have two of three products installed on the site.
  52. The Green Page Options are Different.  This is a CATALOG header  (on the right side of the page you will see that the Page Template called “Catalog.”)
  53. Tell ir to only show 3 in the slider and replace the first 3 items with your information.
  54. Go To Pages in the Left Menu and use Quick Edit on each page you don’t want showing anywhere and mark them PRIVATE
  55. NOTE The Jetpack Menu option at the top will give you some data on page views.

  56. Click on the Menu option: Product Pages – Dashboard –> Theme Customize – Upload Logo or Edit the Logo Text.  You can also find a Favicon (little image in the browser header) at http://findicons.com/

  57. Edit one of the Ad Pages .
  58. Under LEADS – Click to get your API Authentication Code from AWeber – copy it
  59. Paste the API code and authenticate
  60. Click the Green Save Button
  61. NOTE: See my AWeber Documentation for Product Pages for setting up AWeber to deal with a new niche.
  62. Click on the ProductPages –> Shopping Cart Menu Option
  63. Make sure the email is set to your Business PayPal Account
  64. Save All Settings
    FACEBOOK CUSTOM AUDIENCE PIXEL  (See the two blog posts on Custom Audiences mentioned at the beginning of the OHL documentation)
  65. Open Facebook Ads Manager
  66. Click on Tools –> Audiences
  67. On the left Click on Create Audience –> Choose Custom Audience
  68. Choose the middle one – Website Traffic
  69. Choose “Anyone Who Visits Your Website”
  70. Change the 30 days to 180
  71. Give the pixel a name that tells you which website it is tracking
  72. Click the blue Create button
  73. You are back to the list. Click the little invisible check box to the left of your new audience
  74. That activate the ACTIONS tab – Click it
  75. Click on View Pixel
  76. We need to copy the long JavaScript code
78.  And we need this   fbq(‘track’, ‘ViewContent’);
  1. Open you website
  2. Click on ProductPages –> Dashboard
  3. Paste the JavaScript in the Tracking Code box (ignore the fact that it says this is for Google Analytics)
  4. Find the line that says and put the fbq(‘track’,’ViewContent’);   code right before it  (make sure you include the ; at the end)
  5. Click the Save All Changes
  6. View your site in Chrome (with the Facebook Pixel Helper installed) you should see one pixel found now
  7. Install pages and code to display the pages

  8. Open your Facebook Ads Manager and Click on Tools à Audiences
  9. Click on Create audience
  10. Click on Custom Audience
  11. Change the “Anyone who visits…” to “Anyone who visits selected pages”
  12. Paste the URL for your new website in the box (erase the http://)
  13. Change the 30 to 180
  14. Name the Audience something like: “Everyone who visits xxxx.com”
  15. Save
  16. Test things out
  17. For example after I created my first Display Page, I viewed the list of page and hit duplicate under my Display Page It created a DRAFT copy
  18. I Edited the Draft and added TEST to the end and marked it as Private (over on the right side)
  19. I set the price to $1 and the shipping to 0.
  20. I viewed this page and I purchased my item for $1 using a second PayPal account


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