Title: Introduction to WordPress. Building a business website.
For those that do not yet have a wordpress site, just getting started, or thinking about switching to WordPress.
What to expect from the workshop:
Expect to have a great time and network with other attendees
General overview of WordPress as a system
Pages Vs. Posts
Themes, Widgets, Plugins
Best practices for successful online websites
How to build a basic WordPress website
Expert help for your questions
We will not be able to build a custom website, for each attendee, in the time allotted.
Your sponge-like learning abilities
Specific questions and what you’re trying to accomplish with your website
A few images so that you can practice uploading and manipulating them
Logo (if you have one)
Access to Your Website/Domain (If you have one)
Tablets and Smartphones will work, but will be less easy to use/navigate
Would be good for testing of mobile versions
What not to expect:
Title: How to market your business through LinkedIn
Social media has created many tools and sites for us to use in prospecting and advertising to our customers. LinkedIn is one of the many tools out there aimed at dealing directly with other businesses. Do you know how to effectively use it? Come join us as we show you how to use this medium and gain knowledge as to how you can profit from it.
Bring your laptop or mobile device and let us try out
Don’t wait to register. We’re limiting seating to the first 20 people. These workshops are meant to be interactive and we’re planning to fill up quickly.
Vlad Molchadski is Co-founder of Biz Traffic, a locally owned small business in the Dallas area. Vlad has provided multiple workshops for SCORE and continually donates his time and energy to assist small businesses with the ever increasing technology being used in Web site design and management of useful marketing tools.
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