Discover exactly what Wordpress is, how it works and how you can use it to quickly publish your own content online.
Did you know that there WordPress is the largest (FREE) self-hosted publishing tool in the world, used on millions of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day?
WordPress started in 2003 as a simple open source blogging system that has since evolved into a full-fledged content management system with thousands of plugins, widgets, and themes allowing anyone to quickly and easily publish their own content online!
But the simple fact is that most people either don't know that it exists or they don't understand how easy it can be to use it to build their websites and publish their content.
The "Publishing With WordPress" crash course was specifically designed to show even absolute beginners how WordPress can be used to quickly build websites and publish content online. Even if your customers don't know what WordPress is or have never thought about using it to publish their own content!
Once you get your hands on this course you will be able to quickly set it up and use it to educate your members, subscribers and as a lead generating tool to get more traffic to your own website.
The best part is with the private label rights to this course not only will you be able to learn the ins and outs of using WordPress for your own business, you will be able to pass that knowledge on to your customers and subscribers. You will be providing them with quality information that will help them understand what WordPress is and how they can use it to quickly publish their own content online!
The entire course is completely customizable. With a few clicks of your mouse you can quickly add your own contact information into each lesson in the series. You will also have the freedom to include your own product and service recommendations along with links to your favorite affiliate programs. I'm even including a ready to go to squeeze page confirmation page and sales page, so that you can get set up quickly and easily!
How are you? Well we're winding down to the end of this short course.
But we still need to go over a few things so that you can start publishing
your own content using WordPress.
Today we are going to talk more about using Plugins to make your
website more functional. We are also going to take a look at some of
the best free Plugins that you can use.
As we have discussed before, WordPress Plugins can greatly improve
how your website looks and performs. Plugins have the ability to help
you make your website into virtually anything you want it to be.
In your last lesson we talked a little bit about how to install and activate
Plugins. Let's recap;
- First, log in to your WordPress admin area.
- Choose "Add New" from the sidebar menu under Plugins.
From there you will have the option to either upload a plugin you have
on your computer or search through the WordPress plugin directory.
After you have installed your chosen plugin go back to the sidebar and
choose "Installed Plugins" then activate your new plugin.
When it comes to managing your new plugin not all of them are created
equally. You will notice that some of them will create a menu tab on your
sidebar that will allow you to input data and customize the plug-in to suit
your needs, while others won't need any customization at all. When in
doubt you can always visit the plug-in website for help. You will find that
link next to the plug-in on the Installed Plugins page.
Now let's talk about some of the best free word plugins that you can use
for your website. These are all plug-ins that I have tested and used
- All In One SEO Pack
This is an incredibly valuable free plugin that automatically creates
search engine friendly post pages including meta-tags. It also allows
you also to pre-establish meta-titles or meta-tags for your entire
- Google XML Sitemaps
This plugin generates a special XML sitemap which will help search
engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing and Ask.com to better index your
This handy plugin automatically add links on your posts, pages and
RSS feed to your favorite social bookmarking sites, so that your
readers can share your posts with others quickly and easily.
This plugin usually comes pre-installed and is probably the best plugin
when it comes to spam protection. It is also the most popular and most
- Contact Form 7
This powerful plugin can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can
customize the form to meet your needs with simple markup.