Wordpress is an open source program that anyone can use and modify for their own purposes. Wordpress is one of the most popular platforms to operate a blog on.
What the public sees of a blog is the "theme." The theme is the colors and the fonts, the spacing and the overall look of a blog.
I create themes for blog. These themes can vary from a look that is very simple to a look that is hugely graphic driven. Regardless of what the "theme" of the blog looks like, I ensure that the site is set out simply and that the owner of the blog can manage the site themselves.
I don't create overly complicated sites that confuse the owners!
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Wordpress and Social Media Training
Wordpress is an open source blogging program. It has many attractive features and is powering over 60 million websites worldwide. There are many reasons that Wordpress is so popular. Once users get used to it's format, they find it to be a very user friendly blogging medium. Professionals love it as it is written in such a way as to be very attractive to search engines.
I've been training average people to use Wordpress for quite some time. It's my experience that if you can use a word-processing program like Word, you can blog using Wordpress.
The Author Platform
The Author Platform is an essential part of any author’s promotional plan. It consists of a blog, several social media accounts as well as a handful of other items. I help authors understand how to set up and manage their platform and use each part to their advantage. I use plain English and not technospeak while I patiently answer every question.
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The Latest Infographic
Welcome Back to Bakerview Consulting! Today I’m going to share another awesome infographic. This one describes the perfect blog post – step by step! I love it so much that I’ve referenced it in my latest book that I’m writing! I hope you enjoy this as much as I did! For the full post, please […]
The Latest Tutorial
Welcome back to Bakerview Consulting! For those of you just joining us, I’ve been writing a series on stats for the last few weeks. If you missed out, you can find the previous posts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4 This week we have one more item to talk about on Google Analytics and then […]