Do you want to build a website using WordPress but need some guidance in plain English? Our step by step WordPress guide e-book for Beginners is written for business owners, startups, and independent professionals who want to want to create a flexible, dynamic and modern website quickly without much technical knowledge.
This WordPress guide e-book explains what you need to do, why you should be doing it and how to do it in a thorough, step by step tutorial written in an easy to understand language (not in beeps and clicks!).
WordPress is open source web software you can use to create a beautiful website or blog. It started out as a blogging platform, but has evolved into a full blown CMS (Content Management System).
The core software is built by hundreds of community volunteers, of which most is free! There are thousands of plugins and themes available to transform your site into almost anything you can imagine. WordPress boasts over 60 million users, so it’s easy to see why it’s the number one CMS around.
In this easy to read e-book, you’ll learn how to create a self-hosted website, retain your intellectual property, sell your products and services online and drive a steady stream of traffic to your site. By using this simple guide e-book, you’ll be able to set up your website within a day. We’ll take you through the steps to create a professional looking website that you’ll be able to build upon for years to come and without having to enlist the help of a website developer.
The WordPress guide e-book includes:
- Introduction to WordPress
- Domain registration, Hosting, Installation and Setup
- Admin Bar, Admin Panel, Settings and Basic Configuration
- Pages, Links Images, Videos and Menus
- Posts / Blogs
- Categories and Tags
- Users and Comments
- Themes, Design and Plugins
- Contact Forms, Sitemaps, Maps and Shortcodes
- Security, Stability and Backing Up
- Take online payments with PayPal
- Traffic, visitors and site stats
- How to get visitors, website traffic & making money from your site
- Search Engine Optimisation – an introduction
- Useful resources, forums and where to get answers quickly
- Facebook, Twitter and social networking
- MailChimp and the newsletter signup process
- RSS Feeds – stream external news and content on your site & gain a reader following
- Make your site easy to navigate, accessible and print friendly
- WordPress for the independent professionals and small businesses