Once youve successfully installed Joomla and youve read enough about the Content Management System (CMS) platform to know how to do stuff with the software, youre ready to start your Joomla hosting. This is when youll be creating articles, establishing contacts, putting up banners, plugging, links, updating newsfeeds, and so many other things to make your website complete.
You might want to start off by modifying your sites template. Specifically, you want to display the logo and site name of your joomla web hosting instead of the logo of the CMS platform. If you need guides to do this, you can learn how to do this by visiting the Joomla guide online.
Now is also the perfect time to start installing all the extensions that youll need. Think of what your website might need to help serve traffic better and then go to the Joomla resource extension page. There you can look for everything and anything you will need. Install as much as you need, since most of them are for free.