WordPress training for 2018 step-by-step WordPress tutorial
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn how to create a stunning, responsive business website using WordPress. This training course covers everything you need to know and starts from scratch. No previous experience is necessary but these tutorials will also benefit those using WordPress for a while but who have had no previous WordPress training, as I show you all the tips and tricks to getting the most out of WordPress. This course is complemented by my SEO Masterclass course.
- You will need a computer and an Internet connection. Plus a desire to jump in and build a fantastic business website from start to finish.
WordPress expert with over 20 years SEO experience
David Murray has been creating business websites since 1996. He has used WordPress since its release in May 2003. WordPress is used to power over 60 million websites. Why – because it is easy to use, powerful and can be adapted to just about any type of business website requirement.
WordPress websites can be responsive so that they work on a PC, tablet or phone. It is easy to apply SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques to a WordPress website so that they get found by Google.
When you invest in this course you get the benefit of over 20 years website design and SEO experience from David Murray.
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- This course is for business owners who want to create a new website or redesign an existing website. This courses is for people who want to take charge of this online presence. This course DOES NOT cover programming or other technical aspects of website design.
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