So you’ve got your new WordPress site and you’re ready to make it your own, but it’s a little confusing. How do you change the menus? What is a “widget”? What’s a good way to run a backup? How are image uploads managed? All these things are fairly simple once you’ve had WordPress’s ways of thinking explained, and explaining is what I do best.
As I recently passed my driving test it occurred to me the process is a little like learning to drive. And WordPress calls the user interface a “dashboard” like in a car. So I’m appropriating that model.
Having trialled it with a few people I’m now ready to offer this as a service.
Here’s what you get for £50:
- 90 minutes of 1-on-1 tutorial, methodically working through the Dashboard menu until you understand every feature and function.
- A chance to run through things on your own to check everything has sunk in (while I get on with other work).
- Half an hour of revisiting any problem areas and talking through what you plan to do with the site.
Two hours is usually enough but extra time can be had at my standard £30 p/h rate.
To keep costs low I don’t want to spend a whole afternoon doing one of these. I’d prefer to slot it in around my other work and minimise travel time.
As such this is only offered to people who can come to my home. You can bring your own laptop or we can work on my Mac.
If you’d like to book a session please get in touch.
This service can be expanded into a small workshop should you have a group of people needing the same things, or want to split the cost with a friend.