You’ve heard people say you should create your new website with WordPress but you don’t know where to start – it looks very technical and hard to do.
In reality though, WordPress is a very easy program to use. If you know how to use Microsoft Word (or Mac version), you can use WordPress!
This report is just want you need to remove the overwhelm of building a great looking website … for free! I will guide you through the minefield of using this fantastic resource to building your own website that looks amazing – all for little to no cost involved.
Broken up into 7 bite sized sections making it easy for you to work through at your own pace – whether that’s all in one go or over the course of a week.
There is no reason why you can’t go from complete beginner to website owner in a very short time, even if you’ve never built a website in your life!
Here’s what’s covered in my 7 step guide to WordPress:
Step 1: Getting Ready for WordPress
What you need to think about before you install WordPress. This is where a lot of people get in to trouble, they don’t take the time to decide the direction they need to take.
Step 2: How to Quickly Install WordPress
I share a simple way for you to install WordPress within a couple of minutes – anyone can do this!
Step 3: Getting Your Settings Right
To avoid the learning curve, I tell you the settings that you need to be changing.
Step 4: Setting Up a Static Homepage
The great thing about WordPress is the ability to use it as a standalone blog or a website. If you want to use it as a website, this is the step you must follow.
Step 5: Choosing and Installing Your Theme
You can easily get a great looking website using themes. This step shows you how to get your theme running and how to customize it to your needs.
Step 6: Adding Plugins
There is a plugin for every conceivable thing you could ever want on your website. Think about contact form, newsletter sign up, calendar, event bookings, date countdowns – all of these are a separate plugin you install.
Step 7: Getting to Know Your Blog
Sharing how to add images and other really important stuff to make your website the best it can be!
I even include a Geek-Speak Dictionary to avoid any confusion with the WordPress jargon.
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