Learn to Update Your WordPress Site

Smart business owners have both a blog and a website. Often it’s combined in an easy to update WordPress website. I design these all the time for clients and they love them. They have built in SEO and can easily have a custom URL attached to them so it doesn’t have .wordpress in the address. The great thing about these sites is that it’s something the site owner themselves can update. If it’s a little opaque as to how to actually do that, I can help. I know there’s a learning curve to get used to the interface on the “dashboard” of WordPress. I work with my clients or even those that have not hired me to design their websites, showing them around the dashboard. It’s something that can be done over the phone or at a local Starbucks. I also make office calls and certainly can meet at my office too.

Hourly rates or monthly retainer rates are available depending on what works best for your business. The goal is to get you up and running with a confidence in your own ability to update your website. That will only help your business because search engines are always searching for new content to rank websites higher. In other words, if you have a WordPress website and blog, keep it updated with my help and you will have a definite edge for business growth!

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  1. Pat –

    I am halted on the WordPress project. It appears to me that Google has a group of products that are easier for me to work with, so I am leaning toward using Picasa for the formulation of the visuals. A blog (interactive or not) is clearly first for WordPress, and second for me.

    I do want to thank you for your method and ideas on this thing, however. I think your approach led me in the right direction. And your “moral” support was very much needed and appreciated.

    BTW, I have taken my email off the existing web site; making it independent of the solution for the web site and pictures. Using Hushmail.

    How’re things doing for you on your work? I hope all goes well.

    If you feel that you have pretty much timewise burned through my initial payment, let me know, otherwise any suggestions you have for dealing with a remaining credit would be appreciated.

    Best, Jim

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