WordPress Training for business
Do you want to build a business website that you control but do not know where to start?
Do you want it to be easy to add content yourself but don't want to learn the technical stuff?
If you answered Yes, then you're in the right place!
Our one day face-to-face WordPress Training will help you cut through the noise and confusion, giving you the confidence to build a better more engaging website for your customers.
What you will learn
Private WordPress Training for you or your team
Learn how to use WordPress to build your business website and blog. 1 - 1 or small groups within your team, training is taylored to your needs, not ours!
Discover how to keep your WordPress website Secure
Being the worlds most popular Content Management System (CMS), WordPress is a magnet for hackers, but there are many ways to keep your website secure and should the worst happen be back up and running quickly. We teach you how.
Understand how WordPress works
Understanding how WordPress works and what is possible will help you build a website that will wow your visitors. And if you find you need to engage a developer you'll be in a much better position to direct them!
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is a massive subject in itself, but as part of the training we give you ideas on how to improve your chances of being found in the search engines. You will also gain an understanding of how Social Media can easily be integrated in to your website and blog.
Discover that it is not neccessary to know how to code to build a great website
With modern WordPress themes there is no need (for the most part) to learn to code in order to build a great website for your business, we show you how.
Let's face it, Search Engines are all about providing people with great content. WordPress makes it super easy to create that content and deliver it to your visitors in a visually gentle way. You'll learn that it's super easy to create blog posts and integrate them into your website.
During your WordPress Training you will learn:
- How WordPress works
- How to install WordPress on your host
- How to create and manage menus
- How to create and publish posts and pages (and the difference between them)
- How to add, manage and edit images in your posts and pages
- How to add videos to your posts and pages
- How to easily add and manage plugins to extend the functionality of your website
- SEO techniques to build your websites rankings
- How to monitor and moderate comments, and stop spam entries
- How to choose and install different themes
- How to add social media sharing to your website
- How to market your website for best conversion
- How to make your WordPress website more secure
- How to backup your website and restore it in minutes should the worst happen
- And much more…
Some of the many Company's and Establishments I've trained to use WordPress
Who is your trainer?
Tim Spencer has been building websites for small business for over 10 years using WordPress and Joomla Content Management Systems and has been training business owners to build their own websites for over 5 years. Tim has a similar amount of experience with Search Engine Optimisation and Digital Marketing, providing clients with a wealth of experience and tips for their online marketing.
Although WordPress is pretty secure anyway, it can be made even more robust, and with stricter security measures almost impossible to hack. We’ve never had any of our websites hacked, so you’re in very safe hands.
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