Anyone Can Have A Website and Everyone Should

The internet is an extension of our lives – everyone should be represented.

In this 60 minute online presentation you’ll learn how to:

  • Take the Fear out of the Internet – Learn about websites, blogs, podcasts, and why you should have one.
  • Create your own website in the time it takes you to read this flyer, for your company, community project, or family for Free
  • Avoid the common mistakes that will waste your money.



I used to think that only companies with a large budget could have nice looking websites.  I used to tell my customers to plan on budgeting between $700 to $1,500 for a simple website, and that was on the inexpensive side.  When I realized this was out of reach for most people, I new there had to be a better way.

I looked at all the free hosted sites online, including Google Pages, Yahoo’s GeoCities, and even the paid version of Vista Web, but they all screamed “CHEEZY”.  To top it all off, you’ll most likely have somebody’s advertisement on top of your site, and you’re limited to a few poor attempts at templates.

During my research, I came across Content Management Systems, many of them Open Source – or in simple terms – FREE.  A Content Management System is a program that lets you easily update your website with new pages, articles, and images, without having to know any programming.  This put me on the right track, and pointed me to what I’ve now determined as the number one resource for anyone that wants a website:  WordPress.

WordPress is a Free system that in a nutshell, generates websites instantaneously.  It’s not an application you load on your computer, it’s kind of like a website that spits out websites.  OK, I know this sounds funny, but give me 60 minutes of your time, and I’ll tell you everything you’ll need to know.

This seminar is for Beginners, Novices, and Advanced developers too.

  • Beginners – I taught my mother how to use this, and if you know my mother’s ability to use a computer, that will sell you right there.
  • Novices – A customer of mine used to fiddle around with HTML, just enough to keep their site updated.  He became familiar with the concepts of “FTP and HTTP”, and flirted with being called a geek.  By switching to WordPress, he’s now able to maintain his site in a fraction of the time, and can add advanced formatting with his current programming knowledge.
  • Advanced – Once a person becomes an expert in web development, they tend to focuss on one particular platform (like Front Page).  WordPress is a shift in development concept, that takes the advanced web designer out of updating words on a website, and lets them focus their talents where they really matter; on the design and functionality.

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