By the end of this post you’ll know a way that you can learn WordPress in about 2 hours so you can build your first, great-looking, website in one day...
Imagine what you could accomplish if you could build and maintain your own sites anytime you want, especially if you could build the entire layout and design in just one day without any design skills or coding ability...
The ability to build blogs or websites is a core skill for anything you do online. Being successful online is all about traffic and conversion, but you also need a place to drive the traffic to so you can convert it into sales or leads. This is your website, your blog, your opt-in page etc.
WordPress is the fastest and easiest way to build your site.
The problem is that most people go about learning WordPress in the wrong way and the long way. This leads to overwhelm and frustration and they get stuck spinning their wheels. What are the wrong ways and the long ways?
1) Trying to figure it all out on your own. Let’s say you manage to get WordPress installed. Now you have to figure out how to set it up properly, which plugins to use, how to make it look the way you want it to look and do what you want it to do and also make sure it’s optimized for the search engines. Figuring this all out by searching Google could take weeks, months or longer.
2) Buying a “Dummies” type of book. Trying to learn software from a book was one of the most difficult and frustrating things that I’ve ever done. There are over four hundred pages in those things! By the time I got to page ten I had already forgotten what it told me to do on page two. I can just about guarantee you’ll never make it have way through the book let alone past page twenty.
3) YouTube videos are another way that people try to learn WordPress. This can be okay if you are trying to learn a specific task, but I haven’t found a complete set of WordPress videos that takes you from start to finish. What I have found is blurry and poor quality videos or the instructor is difficult to understand because English is his second or third language. Also, I’m sure you’ve seen those videos where the instructor’s cursor is moving all over the screen without any talking or explaining. All you hear is music blasting in the background. I don’t know about you, maybe I’m just getting old, but those videos give me a headache.
4) Paid workshops may, in fact, be a very good way to learn WordPress; however, these courses usually last six to eight weeks and teach everything there is to know about WordPress. This is fine if you’re looking to do web design for a living, but most of us don’t want to spend six weeks learning. We just want to learn what we need to know to quickly create and maintain a great looking site for our own business.
So what is the fastest and easiest way to learn WordPress?
It’s the WordPress Crash Course. I’ve developed a simplified method of teaching WordPress that drastically cuts the learning curve.
You can actually learn just what you need to know to build your first, great looking WordPress site in one day instead of weeks even if you are a complete beginner. Anyone can do it. The training is fun and designed for non-techy type people. It’s all video based so you just watch what I do, pause the video, then do it yourself. You can go at your own pace.
So if you’ve been waiting to start your online business, but technology has you stuck, spinning your wheels, there is no reason to wait any longer. The WordPress Crash Course is an online video training program so you can start right now.
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* This post was written & sponsored by JohnP of Crash Course Training. If you have any questions or comments for John, leave a comment below: