It’s a New Year, the time when many of us make big plans for the months to come.
If a portable career in 2013 is part of your plan for financing your overseas move, you’ll probably need a website. The best and easiest website builder around is WordPress.
To help with that I’ve written a series of tutorials here titled Blogging for Expats WordPress Tutorials. I came to realize, though, that a lot of people aren’t comfortable with technical subjects.
WordPress is absolutely the easiest way to get an effective and attractive website up and running. And, as high-tech topics go, it’s pretty easy to learn.
There’s also a ton of information out there about how to get started with WordPress.
Unfortunately, a lot of it is written for people with IT degrees. I’m reasonably tech savvy, but even I find some of those sites intimidating.
So I set out to create a teaching site where you can learn to use WordPress comfortably and easily. No fancy jargon, no information overload. Just step-by-step instruction in everyday language.
I call it WordPress Building Blocks.
I invite you to click on over and take a look.
There’s a 7-part email series you can sign up for to get started, and an absolutely unbeatable special offer during this launch period if you’d like my help getting your WordPress site set up.
Naturally it’s a work in progress. I don’t have all the tutorials written yet, but I’m adding more every week.
Stop by, look around, check it out, and let me know what you think!
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