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How to make your own WordPress website

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  1. 1. Schedule of Presentation ● 6:15-6:20 Intro. Who and Why? ● 6:20-6:35 Slide Show 6:40-6:45 Demo Blogspot ● 6:40-7:00 Demo WordPress ● 7:00-7:15 Questions ● Open discussion from 7:15-7:45 ●
  2. 2. Who am I, and why me? ● 26 years experience Macs and PCs ● Thought I'd be teaching art... http://marketingforhippies.com/niche-switching-stories/ ● Love It! My Service... do talk Learn alot ● Fun, Passion, always intriguing, sometimes frustrating. ● WHY----- Technology is FUN, easy to learn (in pieces), lots of resources, I'm a good teacher! ● WHY for you? http://www.cleart.com/why-should-i-have-a-website.htm
  3. 3. Blog & Website Website – web pages accessed through internet, rarely changed, “static” Blog – web log – dynamic content updated frequently ● More interaction – comments, news feeds, events ● Social media – FaceBook, LinkedIn, Twitter, ● LINDY'S PICK – a combo – static “Home” page with Blog http://www.computertutor4u.com/
  4. 4. What makes a website “good”? Personal preferences, particular color schemes, or site themes AND the basics: 1) USEFUL – content and more content ● Credible, accurate, and Valuable information 2) USEABLE – easy navigation ● Easy to access, maneuver, not cluttered, readable, attractive 3) Purpose is apparent – strong clear message 4) Contact information easily found 5) Community – serves, is connected, creates community ● FaceBook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc. ● https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2789625?hl=en
  5. 5. Definitions CMS - Content Management System – WordPress, Drupal, Joomla SEO – Search Engine Optimization (we will get to that After you get your site up) but good point is that Search Engines (Google) rate pages not sites. Cpanel – hosting control panel – interface between you and your hosting company http://www.greengeeks.com/ https://www.namecheap.com/ Dashboard – interface between you and WordPress or Blogger https://www.blogger.com/home?pli=1 http://www.computertutor4u.com/wp-login.php Plug-in - is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing software application. (ex. Contact Forms, SEO add-ons) Widget - widget is a self-contained area of a web page that performs a specific function, or the code that generates such a self-contained area. (ex. Slider (revolving pictures), social media, Theme by theme so if not great widget – get great plug-in).
  6. 6. E Z Steps STEPS 1) Name of your website – check for availability, register name. (not as part of your hosting package) ● https://www.namecheap.com/ 2) A Hosting company – Namecheap, GreenGeeks, GoDaddy No ● http://www.greengeeks.com/ – http://www.bluehost.com/ ● HostGator etc. 3) Domain activated, pointed to servers ● You tell registration company where to point servers 4) Load WordPress from hosting CPanel 5) Login into WP (your website/wp-login.php)
  7. 7. Steps in WordPress ● Pick theme, activate ● Settings ● General add www, set for city in your timezone ● Discussion – Turn off comments for all pages can turn on for Blog page ● Permalinks – Post name (name of page) ● Customize theme (each theme different GREAT to Play!) ● Upload Media – so easy ● Pages vs. Posts ● Make a Blog page for posts to go on (set posts) ● Make your first page ● For Future [advance stage create child theme folder, FTP, etc.]
  8. 8. Resources ● Http://www.google.com ● Http://www.wordpress.org ● Http://www.youtube.com ● Http://www.pixlr.com ● http://bg.siteorigin.com/ ● ● http://www.google.com/ads/new/#subid=ww-et-awhp_n ● ● http://www.w3schools.com/ ●
  9. 9. Short demo on searching and YouTube ● What are you seeing when you get the results of a Google Search? ● Look for date... URL ● Using YouTube ● http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8o8u7OtuZY Has tabs! James Stafford 59 mins ● Tyler Moore - http://youtu.be/lP8WtOGicv0 ● ● ●
  10. 10. SEO – Search Engine Optimization Search Engine Optimization (SEO) - through adding content and keywords to your web pages so that both people and search engines understand what it is that your website offers. There are a number of search engines, but the biggest is Google. Some of the others use Google behind the scene.
  11. 11. Be Safe When You Download ● Use WordPress.org for themes ● They've been tested, checked, etc. ● Updated ● Sourceforge or Cnet good for OpenSource ● http://sourceforge.net/ ● http://www.cnet.com/ ● ●
  12. 12. Websites to share http://www.computertutor4u.com/ http://keokee.com/ http://sandpointmarketing.com/ http://lonetreecreative.com/ http://www.mind-bodyhealing.ca/services/reiki/ http://www.2planawebsite.com/basics/blog-or-website.html ● Look at Blog ● Look at porfolios of their clients ● $800 and up for websites ●
  13. 13. Ad for Ken Casler ● Bountiful Productions ● Thinking Outside of the Box / Holistic Living - Holistic Health ● Broadcasting and Podcasting Tomorrow's Innovations - Today ● Subscribe on Stitcher Radio Here ● 208.550.3134

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  • a collection of web pages (documents that are accessed through the Internet). Traditionally, rarely changed – hence the term “static” website or page. Trish Jones says, “blogs are “dynamic” websites. Dynamic, meaning that the content changes frequently and there is more interaction as well as the addition of news feeds, events and now, social media. When it comes to using content management software such as WordPress to build dynamic websites, what you can do is actually really only limited by ability and imagination. http://www.trishjones.com/blog-vs-website/

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