1. WordPress at 10,000
2. Building Your Site: Beyond The Basics
3. All About Blogging
4. Plugins: The Apps That Make WP Useful
Presenter: Bud Kraus
Length: Four 75-min. sessions
Member price: $192
Non-member price: $320
Gutenberg, the name of the new editor, is a new publishing experience for WordPress:
get ready to make your words, pictures, and layout look as good on screen as they do in your imagination, without any code.
Knowing how to use WordPress is an empowering and essential business skill in today’s world of writing, editing, collaborating and publishing online content.
This is a four-part webinar series that will teach you how to use WordPress, the world’s leading content management system and blogging platform.
It’s ideal for editors, writers, and anyone who needs to have a website or blog.
The four webinars are
- WordPress at 10,000
- Building Your Site: Beyond The Basics
- All About Blogging
- Plugins: The Apps That Make WordPress Useful
This series is foundational and practical and covers everything that you need to know — no matter what type of website you wish to make.
By attending this webinar series, you will be able to create a WordPress site.
Taking this series entitles you to a free WordPress site to practice what you’ll be learning.
BONUS for our members: Bud will provide every guest who registers for the lives sessions of this webinar a “fantabulous free hour” of personalized help with your web site.
For more information on this series, Bud has posted the following resources on his site:
- To get lots more information about the content of this webinar, visit joyofwp.com/wpatoz-ec.
- For some stats on why editors should know how to work in WordPress, visit https://joyofwp.com/why-writers-and-editors-need-to-learn-wordpress/
This webinar is geared to editorial and communication professionals who are at any stage of their career but who have little to no knowledge of WordPress.
Bud Kraus has been teaching WordPress online and in NYC classrooms for many years. His WordPress series has been presented over the past few years for the Editorial Freelancers Association.