WordPress Content Management is managing existing content for clients. Whether it's posting to their blog, modifying content on their website pages, or adding to their sidebar, this all encompasses WordPress Content Management.
Those who take this course can choose to provide content management for WordPress only or take it a step further and add social media content management or even provide content ideas. It's completely up to you in how you choose to provide the service.
As a virtual assistant business owner, I have worked with clients virtually for over seven years. With WordPress being one of the most widely used website formats, it's an easy choice for online business owners to use it for their business. While many are using it, they also are finding time to be limited to get everything done for their business.
This is where having someone manage their content is important. Not only is it smart, but efficient. Outsourcing WordPress Content Management means business owners utilizing online tools can stick to what they do best. Allowing you to do what you do best.
This course is for virtual assistants interested in adding to their current service offerings or a new virtual assistant who is not sure what to offer, however has a strong interest in blogging and WordPress.
You will not find a lot of technical jargon in this course. It is written with the virtual assistant business owner in mind. It's also designed to be interactive where you complete exercises after each section within your own WordPress website.
It's important to note: Having your own WordPress website is not required. This will be covered at the beginning of the course.
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In this portion, I’ll show the comparison between WordPress.org and WordPress.com. This will include why the focus of this course is on WordPress.org. However, some information provided in the training can be applied to the .com version.
This video is the introduction to your practical application exercise. Within it, you'll be asked to setup your own WordPress.com website. Be prepared half way through to pause the video and setup your account. By the end of this video you will have a Wordpress.com website.
Now that you have setup your own WordPress.com website, it's time to do something with it. This is your guide to creating your first blog post on your website.
It's your turn. Create your own blog post using the wordpress.com website you created in the first section.
This training goes into detail on what WordPress Content Management is and what it means to our clients as a virtual assistant.
It's time to explore WordPress themes and how they change the look of your website. All themes are not created equal. What's available for WordPress.com is not available for WordPress.org.
It's your turn to actively explore the various options when it comes to WordPress themes. You'll find their are tons available both free and premium (paid) themes.
I’ll install the Yoast SEO plugin and go through the most important options for each blog post such as Site Title, Meta Description, Focus and Keyword.
In this training we’ll go through using tags for a WordPress post and how it’s used in search.
In this training, I discuss the use of categories and how that keeps the site organizes and what it does for visitors when searching a website and how it can be used to manage menu items and other options on a website. Install Yoast SEO plugin; Update the post you created in Section 6.
It's your turn to optimize the images placed in your blog post from the previous exercise.
Here are your next steps now that you have come to the last section of this course. Take all that you've learned and start promoting your WordPress Content Management services.
I am the CEO and Founder of Virtual Hired Hand, a technical virtual assistant company. After working in corporate America for over 12 years, I discovered a website called Elance and got started taking on projects virtually from my home in North Carolina. It's been seven years since that first project and I have not looked back.
My business has grown and I have been privileged to work with clients ranging from coaches, trainers, health professionals, affiliate marketers, real estate agents, authors, psychologists, internet marketers and more. I’ve been a virtual assistant to many and an executive virtual assistant to one.
In 2013, I partnered with a multimillionaire client to coach over 20 virtual assistants through an intense 120-day program. Most of those virtual assistants were just starting out and have since been able to create the business of their dreams making it as full-time or part-time as they want.