WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) globally, primarily because it is so powerful and can be used as a platform for a wide variety of sites.
Over 25% of the web is built in WordPress, partly because it is such a flexible eco-system of plugins and options. Each WordPress installation is a little different but the core is the same.
Training is typically split into two sections:
- Content-Entry (posts vs pages; using Headers and Paragraphs, toolbar, editing, menus)
- Administration (Forms, Plugins, Downloads, and some SEO)
In simple terms though, if you’re able to create a document in a program like Word then you should be able to use WordPress – really, you can do it!
WooCommerce (Online Shop) Training
Selling online is a competitive business, you need to get the customers attention and complete a sale. Making that easy for the customer and building loyalty takes time.
Training is typically also in two parts, one focussed on products (simple, variations, downloads, attributes, etc), and the second on how to maximise orders, understand the reporting aspects (including Google Analytics).
In the case of one-to-one training, about 2 hours is ideal; anymore and it can be too much at once, plus there is a need to practice what you’ve just learnt at soon as possible (within the new 7 days ideally).
While we can provide facilities, typically it is best to train in-person because if something is going to go wrong it will happen on your computer, on your Internet connection and we can solve it much quicker.