I’m really excited to announce that I’ll be hosting a free online webinar for photographers using WordPress, all about managing your WP site.
The webinar is scheduled two weeks from now:
Tuesday, January 23rd, at 8AM (PST) / 11AM (EST) / 4PM (GMT)
Register for the free webinar:
What you’ll learn during the webinar:
- Why WordPress maintenance is important (and what problems you can have if you neglect it)
- What to do if you discover a bigger problem
- How to set the right foundation from the start (with quality themes & plugins)
- Doing regular maintenance (all the important tasks you need to do from time to time to keep things running smoothly)
To join the live webinar, you’ll just need a browser (no downloads!), and it’s all mobile friendly, so you can see my presentation from your phone or tablet if you’re not near a computer.
The free webinar includes:
- 1h instruction
- 30-min Q&A session
- PDF transcript & 2 checklists of all the WP maintenance tasks
- unlimited replay access (even if you can’t show up live)
Why WP maintenance is important:
- WordPress is the leading content management system (CMS) on the web, powering over a quarter of the Internet. But combining it with poor hosting services, improper management, security attacks, and negligence, you get a slew of possible problems.
- Don’t just sit and hope that nothing bad happens. The solution is prevention: properly managing your WordPress site to avoid security problems and protect your online assets. (In fact, tomorrow’s newsletter email will cover the problems you can have and why they happen)
- I’ll teach you the one-time changes needed to set a good foundation for your WP site, as well as the ongoing tasks you need to do regularly to double-check your site’s health.
- In the long run, you’ll save money and stressful time by learning to properly manage your WordPress site to prevent security and functionality problems down the line.
- This webinar is for responsible WordPress site owners who want to clean-up a problematic or outdated site, or who just want to build a well-oiled machine right from the start.