Teaching New Wordpress Class

WordPress is a great way to build a website or a blog. I have many sites with both static websites and blogs. Learning wordpress is easy! Classes are just six nights, three hours each class and two nights per week. Remember, WordPress classes at ABTech fill-up fast so don’t wait till the last minute to sign up for a class.

You will understand and learn the difference between wordpress.com and wordpress.org. What the requirements are of each platform and when you should use one over the other. We will answer the BIG question: What is a blog? We’ll also discuss hosting companies, SFTP, domains, website design and navigation and more.

This is a hands-on class that is designed to teach the student how to use the WordPress Dashboard in designing his or her website or blog. Students will leave the class with a site that he or she created during the duration of the class. Michelle McCain, WordPress Instructor, will help each student with one-on-one instruction when time is permitted.

Michelle McCain, ABTech Computer Instructor, has been teaching Continuing Education classes for Asheville Buncombe Community College for the last ten years. McCain is a Marketing expert and has helped numerous local businesses in reaching their business goals. She injects Internet marketing methodologies and Google best practices when teaching WordPress.

Learn from a seasoned Web Marketing expert and learn how you can use the WordPress interface to build the site of your dreams!

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