New WordPress Workshop held in Shrewsbury

Do you manage a WordPress website but want greater control over it? Need to train your client facing members of staff on using WordPress? Or, maybe you would like to know a little bit more about WordPress before committing to spending several thousands of pounds on a new website. If so, then you need this workshop!

Shropgeek is hosting a new workshop, to be run by the author of “WordPress - Pushing the Limits”,  Rachel McColin. The workshop is taking place on Thursday 8th May 2014, 10am – 4pm, at the Shropshire Conference Centre and is designed to help you take charge of your WordPress website.

Starting with the basics of what makes WordPress so awesome, through to an in-depth look at plugins, themes, and site settings and finally on to action planning to make sure you continue to get the most out of your website.

WordPress has become one of the most popular CMS and blogging platforms available on the web. Over 60 million people have chosen WordPress to power their websites including some of the biggest brands in the world like PlayStation, The New York Times, CNN, Sony Music, Metro and more!

So whether you are already using WordPress but want to know how to do more, or would just like to know a little bit more about it, this workshop will give you all the knowledge you need and tools to create, manage and run a great WordPress website.

What to Expect:

  • Introduction  – an overview of WordPress and why it’s so awesome!
  • How  WordPress works – posts, pages and more
  • Overview  of the WordPress admin system
  • Plugins  and themes
  • Adding  and editing posts and pages
  • Navigation  menus and widgets
  • Managing  your site – site settings
  • Day  to day site management – blogging, adding content and basic SEO
  • Action  planning

Booking your place:

Tickets for this amazing workshop cost £95.00 per person. To book your place please visit: Places are extremely limited (only 10 available) so please do book early to avoid disappointment.



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