How to Build a WordPress Website in a Day (for beginners)

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The first step to winning more customers is to have a website which impresses. Investing one day of your time in building a website you're proud of will ensure your prospects see that you mean business. If you're still using Gmail/Hotmail/Yahoo as your main business email address and you don't have a professional looking online presence you can send your potential customers to, then this “Wordpress Training: Learn How to Build a Wordpress Website” course is for you.

Mark Copeman is NOT a designer, nor a developer, yet he knows what looks good and with his business of online training to private and public audiences, he now has over 100 websites builds behind him, proving anyone can build thei…

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The first step to winning more customers is to have a website which impresses. Investing one day of your time in building a website you're proud of will ensure your prospects see that you mean business. If you're still using Gmail/Hotmail/Yahoo as your main business email address and you don't have a professional looking online presence you can send your potential customers to, then this “Wordpress Training: Learn How to Build a Wordpress Website” course is for you.

Mark Copeman is NOT a designer, nor a developer, yet he knows what looks good and with his business of online training to private and public audiences, he now has over 100 websites builds behind him, proving anyone can build their own website... and quickly too.

16 modules, 5 hours and 100's of over the shoulder clicks alongside pen and paper explanations which take you from nothing to a completely finished website you can be proud of.

Take this Wordpress Training now and learn how to build a Wordpress website for your business. 

Category: Business
  • Over 16 lectures and 5 hours of content!
  • How to choose and buy a domain name and select the right hosting provider
  • He explains how you should go about getting your site right on paper
  • He explains what WordPress is all about
  • Mark then goes on to show you how to install and setup WordPress
  • You'll then learn how to find and install a design template which suits you and how to set up your navigation
  • You'll then find out click by click, how to add your content
  • Finally, you'll learn how to set up an email address using your shiny new domain

If you're a 'freelancer', 'coach', 'consultant' going it alone and you have an existing website you're not proud of or if you don't have a website at all, this course is for you.

Mark Copeman is the founder of Being Smarter Ltd and has been working with sales and marketing people in both large and small business for the last 15 years.

After selling his share in Twist Media, in October 2008 he set off on a new journey with a blank sheet of paper, a company name and a drive to do something new again.

In February 2009, Being Smarter launched The 8.45 Club - its first major online venture which delivers video-based online training in 10 minute bite sized chunks - because who has time to learn any more?

In April 2010, The 8.45 Club ethos was key in winning a new teacher training contract to train teachers in the UK on a rollout of Microsoft's Office 2007 suite using bite-sized chunks of online video training.

Mark launched Customer Thermometer in October 2010 - a one-click, real-time customer satisfaction survey system, which really works! The first customers are on board and the system is now integrated with Salesforce.com, much to the delight of our customers.

In 2011, Mark took The 8.45 Club in a slightly different direction, building on the knowledge of the past couple of years. He brought in additional editors and cameramen, diversified into Business TV, pioneered an innovative new interviewing concept and is now working with a number of companies to train and engage their staff via regular TV shows.

In June 2011, The 8.45 Club moved into a purpose built green screen studio and took on some big new clients.

The first half of 2012 started with the production of over 100 videos for clients and the confirmation that the customer satisfaction survey tool, Customer Thermometer was changing businesses…

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