WordPress 101 Workshop


If you own a website or are contemplating creating one, chances are you've come across WordPress. This content management system powers over 42% of all websites, a figure that's only expected to rise. But what exactly is it about WordPress that has captured the attention of so many?

Annually, countless business owners choose WordPress as their website's foundation, regardless of whether they're beginners or experienced professionals familiar with other CMS platforms. It's time to uncover the buzz surrounding WordPress and explore the vast array of benefits it offers for your online presence. WordPress makes website building accessible to everyone, irrespective of their technical skill level. In Matthew Maennche's workshop, you'll delve into these aspects and more.

WordPress 101 is designed as an easy-to-follow crash course to acquaint you with what WordPress is and how it can enhance your business website. Through practical demonstrations and navigating the user-friendly WordPress Dashboard, this workshop will introduce you to the myriad tools and features unique to WordPress, facilitating the growth of your business online. We'll cover everything from the initial installation and selecting templates for quick website design.

With WordPress, the opportunities for creating an engaging and functional website are virtually limitless, even for beginners. The WordPress 101 workshop aims to provide you with a solid foundation and a strategic approach that will serve you well as your website gains traction. Covering topics from plugins to design principles, we'll guide you through the creation process step by step. If the thought of building a website seems daunting, WordPress 101 is precisely the workshop you need!

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