How to Start an Eco-Friendly Blog in 30 Seconds with GreenGeeks

Start an Eco-Friendly Blog

Have you ever wanted to start an eco-friendly blog? Good news! You are 30 seconds away from being the newest eco-friendly blog owner!

We will show you how to get your blog up and running with just a few clicks using GreenGeeks, the world’s #1 green energy web hosting provider.

How to Start an Eco-Friendly Blog in 30 Seconds with GreenGeeks

How to Start an Eco-Friendly Blog in 30 Seconds with GreenGeeks

1. Pick a Topic 

The first step in starting an eco-friendly blog is to pick a topic. You can write about anything!

Think About What You are Interested In

What are you passionate about? What do you enjoy doing? Think about what excites you and what you are good at. 

PIck a Topic

No Matter The Topic, Your Blog Will Be Eco-Friendly

And don't worry, no matter what topic you choose your blog will be eco-friendly. That is the beauty of using GreenGeeks! More info on that is below.

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2. Pick a Name

Now that you have a topic, it is time to pick a name for your blog. In our opinion, the name should clearly indicate what the blog is about and match the content.

Luckily, there are a few routes available.  

Broad Names vs. Niche Names

You can use a broad name or focus on a niche. Broad names can cover a variety of topics whereas niche names are usually about one topic. 

Neither is better or worse, they are just different. 

Personal Blogs

Alternatively, you could use your own name for your blog!

For instance, some people write personal blogs about their lives or topics they are passionate about. They name their blogs after themselves (e.g., or This is an option for people who want to build a personal brand. However, there are other options too. 

Alternatively, if you are taking on a new challenge or beginning a journey then your blog's name could reflect that (e.g., or 

Resources for Picking a Name

If you are still unsure about picking a name, then ideas from the books below could help. 

Book about how to choose a name for your business
The Naming Book Cover

3. Sign Up with GreenGeeks

This is the most important step to start an eco-friendly blog.

The internet produces almost as much pollution as the airline industry. There are over 1 billion websites and they are all hosted on servers. Servers are powered by fossil fuels and consume tons of energy.

GreenGeeks changes that by powering your website with renewable energy credits! They also plant a tree for every customer that signs up. 

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GreenGeeks Has Partnered with a Non-Profit Called One Tree Planted to Plant a Tree for Every Sign Up

They are running a special offer, take advantage of historically low prices below!

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4. Use GreenGeeks' Quick Launch Wizard to Get Started in 30 Seconds

Now that you are signed up with GreenGeeks, you can use their Quick Launch Wizard to start your eco-friendly blog in 30 seconds! 

The Quick Launch Wizard is the first thing you see when you log in. 

You can click "Start New Website" to set your blog up in a few clicks. Or, you can click "Starter Site" where GreenGeeks builds your website for you. The "Starter Site" option is free, but takes about 24 to 72 hours. 

GreenGeeks Quick Launch Tool - Step 1 to Start an Eco-Friendly Blog

If you click "Start New Website" you can be up and running in about 30 seconds. 

All you have to do is:

(1) Select the app you want to use (most people use WordPress).

GreenGeeks Quick Launch Tool - Step 2

(2) Pick at theme

GreenGeeks Quick Launch Tool - Step 3

(3) And that's it!

Your website is ready to go! If you have questions during the process you can always pick up the phone and call the customer support line. 

GreenGeeks Customer Support

5. Write Content and Provide Value to Your Readers

Finally, get started writing! Try to provide value to your readers. 

If people find your blog helpful or entertaining they will keep coming back, and you will feel good knowing you helped them and the environment. 

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