I have got a blog, instead of static pages, which was what I wanted

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    I just bought a domain with upgrades – psykologkarlbang.com – to advertise for my psychologist practice in Oslo, Norway. I did this on the recommendation from a friend who has some blogs by you (machita75). I am quite new at this, so it seems I have made it all wrong. I want static pages (maybe with the possibility of a blog added later), but it seems I h ave got an ordinary blog. and when I write psykologkarlbang.com in the adress field, I find just this:

    A topnotch WordPress.com site
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    November 2, 2012 //

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    Welcome to WordPress.com! This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it.

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    not the page with my presentation and my picture that I thought I had created.

    My friend told me I could have a static page as a main page, with a blog as a side page. That is what I want, and when anyone click on psykologkarlbang.com, they shold see my front page (with the presentation and my picture, which I thought I had creates, and then by and by additional – static – pages with differnet subjects to be found in a menu line. Please help me sort this out, and to get started.

    I already have a presentation at psykoterapi.org (–> terapeuter –> uten avtale –> psykologer –> Karl Bang), but that site has too many restrictions on how I can design the pages, that is why I am trying to lance a new site by WordPress.

    Kind regards
    Karl Bang
    Blog url: http://psykologkarlbang.wordpress.com/

    The blog I need help with is psykologkarlbang.com.

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