Thank you for your question regarding setting up your site and WordPress site. If I understand your question correctly, what you want to do is start off with WordPress, but eventually use something else for the main part of your site and have a separate area for WordPress as your blog. Before we get into how to do that, did you know you can use WordPress for your entire site, not just for blogging? By creating Pages inside of WordPress you can add information that is traditionally found on static sites (e.g. Contact, About, Services, etc.). You can build pretty much any type of site you want with WordPress.
If however, you are sure you will want to use something else in the future for the main part of your site, but for now use WordPress, you can do that without having to move the entire WordPress installation around. You can actually run WordPress from it's own subdirectory or subdomain. We have outlined the steps to follow for this in our article Running WordPress from a Subdomain or Subdirectory.
In the future, when you're ready to switch WordPress back to it's own subdomain or subdirectory, simply reverse those instructions. Then, in the main part of your site, simply add a link to the subdirectory or subdomain where you have WordPress installed.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions or need further assistance.
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