Definitive guide

Elementor Cloud Website 

Launching Your Elementor Cloud Website – Ultimate Guide (2022)


Web designers who want to avoid unnecessary distractions will significantly benefit from using the Elementor Cloud Website. This platform provides everything you require in a single package, making it an excellent investment. Additionally, it can be an ideal choice for anyone constructing client websites since it offers a straightforward handoff procedure and makes it easy for them to maintain. 

Launching your elementor cloud website is simple and easy. Follow these 3 phases to get it done right away! 

Phase 1: 

Step 1: Choose a plan. 

The annual fee of $99 might appear excessive at first. However, considering all that is included in this one yearly subscription, we can see that the price is reasonable. I was expecting it to be higher than this! 

 Step 2: Confirm your plan.

For new memberships, there is a 30-day money-back guarantee!  The Elementor Cloud Website membership includes all of the capabilities currently available in the Elementor Pro plugin, such as its 100+ widgets, WooCommerce, marketing features, Pro kits, and templates. 

Furthermore, you’ll get round-the-clock Premium Support for your website in one spot, whether you’re having problems with the editor or technical issues with hosting. That means no more bouncing from one service to the next to figure out what’s wrong.

Because Elementor Cloud Website includes built-in hosting from Google Cloud Platform, you get the same high-quality service that Google and all of their Enterprise clients get. 

Furthermore, using CDN by Cloudflare’s global network of secure servers means that website visitors are immediately routed to the server closest to them, providing the best possible experience. It has best-in-class functionality because it is hosted on the Google Cloud Platform. It also comes with a free SSL certificate from Cloudflare and a hefty 100K monthly visits, 20GB of storage, and 100GB of bandwidth.

Step 3: Enter your billing info. 

By paying, you agree that your subscription will be automatically renewed each year unless you opt for manual renewal. You can pay for Elementor Website with any major credit card, PayPal, or Stripe. 

Step 4: Choose a payment method. 

Upon completing your purchase, you can now start creating your website.

Phase 2: 

When you click the “Start creating your website” button, a wizard appears for you to follow and fill in the blanks.

Step 1: Enter your website name.

Step 2: Enter your website domain. 

Choosing a good domain name for your website is vital. If you choose the wrong domain name, you may ruin your brand or search rankings by changing it.

Step 3: Choose your website category. 

The potential uses of a website are endless. However, you probably want it to fit into one of the broad categories of existing sites. It’s easier to hit the mark when you adhere to the criteria and recommended features of one of the many preexisting categories that make up the internet.

Step 4: Choose from the recommended Website Kit. 

You’ll be shown professionally created Elementor Website Kits at this step based on your website category selection. 

For beginners, a website kit is a collection of templates, headers, footers, pop-ups, and other site components required to create a visually appealing website. All kits include a complete design and structure, so you’ll have a fully functional, professionally designed website with no coding! You only need to contribute your stuff. 

Each kit component is developed with a similar aesthetic and practical approach to expedite the website construction process. You may get started with a website kit if you’re new to the Elementor Cloud Website. 

If you already have an account, you can choose and use a kit from Elementor’s Kit Library. Go to Appearance > Templates > Kit library to access the kit library in your WordPress dashboard. You can then pick the option that is most suited to your requirements. If you need a specific template genre and don’t see it here, import a kit and make any changes you want.

Site Kits contain all of the prebuilt components and layouts for a website.

Before committing to an import, you may try out a fully functional demo of the entire package. You may see a complete list of what you’ll be importing by selecting the Overview tab at the very top of the kit. Several sample pages, posts, and all available Theme Builder site components are included (header, footer, archive, single post, single page, 404, etc.).

Elementor Cloud will take a few minutes to set up your site. Just relax and wait for a few seconds. 

You will be led to your account’s Elementor Cloud Dashboard when the installation is finished.

When you sign up to use Elementor, a personalized dashboard will be set up for you. Please note that to connect to and use the Library, each editor and admin on your website must sign up for an Elementor account. 

Phase 3 

You have finally completed your site and now share it with the world. You can now begin the process of launching your website. Some optional extra steps are outlined below. 

Step 1: You must purchase and register your domain.

It is necessary to have a domain name registered with a third party before you may utilize it with Elementor Cloud. Registrars that are commonly used are:

Choose your name wisely, as it is frequently the quickest way for others to recognize and locate you. Your domain name should be as brief as possible while including specific terms. 

Step 2: Integrate it with your Elementor Cloud website.

After purchasing your domain, you may add it to your Elementor Cloud Website as a Custom Domain. To accomplish this, you must first make some adjustments to your domain’s DNS (Domain Name System) records.

Step 3: Examine your SEO visibility.

Now that you’ve established your site, the actual problem begins: attracting people. SEO – Search Engine Optimization – is probably the most potent instrument for obtaining visitors. 

Plugins have traditionally been used to help WordPress sites improve their SEO scores. However, you may achieve similar outcomes by ensuring that your site and content are correctly developed and created. Here are some SEO tips to help you boost your site’s ranking:

Step 4: Learn how to track the traffic to your website.

Analytics may be used to measure your site traffic, sources, where visitors enter and leave your website, and many more possibilities from your analytics dashboard.

Including analytics on your website necessitates the use of cookies. Check with your nation or regional regulations for information on proving consent or opting out of these cookies for your visitors.

Step 5: Deactivate the site lock.

All Elementor Cloud sites are protected by default. To access your website, visitors will be prompted to enter a PIN. This way, you may focus on your work without worrying that someone is secretly monitoring your every move. With that, you should disable it if you’re going to launch. 

Site Lock also blocks indexing by major search engines. As a result, your SEO ranking won’t suffer unduly.

Conclusion 

I hope you got everything you need to launch your Elementor Cloud website! 

Elementor Cloud is about to change the way WordPress website projects are handled. Elementor now provides Web Creators with a solution that allows you to focus on what you do best: create websites and build your future by optimizing your workflow, minimizing technical setup hurdles, and easing customer handoff. 

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Ralph de Groot – My Codeless Website

My name is Ralph de Groot. I'm the founder and author at My Codeless Website. Wake me up for a great web design. I love writing about website examples, too!

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