WordPress Demystified: A Free Q&A Session

When: August 30th, 2012 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST

Where: Live via the Internet (come in your summer shorts and sandals!). Only people who sign up will get the recording (for when you’re out on a hot date!) so make sure to sign up.

Why: To answer all of your toughest WordPress questions.

How: Sign up for free by putting in your name and below below, it’s easy… and it’s FREE!

Just enter your name and email to RSVP and get your WordPress questions answered on August 30, 2012 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST.



You’ll also get free weekly tech training videos and yummy business wisdom!

It’s time to put all those niggly WordPress questions to rest. Things like…

  • How do I add an opt-in to my front page above the fold?
  • What’s the best plugin for showing client testimonials?
  • How can I get my site to load faster?
  • What don’t I know about WordPress that would save me a lot of time using it?
  • And anything else that’s got you puzzled… you bring the questions, I’ll bring the answers.

Leave a comment below with your top WordPress questions and I’ll answer them on the webinar!

6 Comments

  1. Kristine Dahl on July 30, 2012 at 12:11 pm

    I am confirmed to attend your webinar; okay here’s the problem – – I have a time but don’t know what to do to join…I am a newbie!!



    • Nathalie Lussier on July 30, 2012 at 12:26 pm

      Hey Kristine!

      You’ll receive an email the day before and about an hour before the actual webinar with a link to click to join. Nothing for you to do but hang tight and think up your questions. :) See you there!



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  3. Debi Sementelli on August 21, 2012 at 11:34 am

    I hired someone to create my website. I wanted one that would include a blog page and that I could easily change and edit myself.
    They are using WordPress Thesis. Long story short they are doing a terrible job and it will have to be tweaked and changed when they are done. I am not a techie and have limited knowledge of WordPress thought I do have a basic blog on wordpress.com. Is thesis a difficult thing to learn for someone like me? Or do I need to start over in a totally different type of wordpress? Looking forward to your webinar!



  4. susan on August 29, 2012 at 9:03 am

    My question is similar to Debi’s above… I purchased Thesis as well and am having a heck of a time with it (I’m a total newbie to WordPress as well). I was kind of shocked to find out that I needed CSS code to do something as simple as change the page background, that really seems beyond what a true beginner should manage just starting out. It took me over 2 hours of research to find out how and then change the background, and that seems kind of inefficient, doesn’t it? Or are my expectations off-base?

    I’m now leaning more toward buying one of the StudioPress themes, as I think they may be better suited for a beginner to manage. I’d love any insight on what to expect when purchasing a theme, how much code is *really* required, which themes are best for beginners, etc. Oh and I plan to add a shopping cart/e-commerce to my site prior to launch, so if you have advice on how to proceed with that, it would be helpful.

    Hopefully these questions aren’t too broad or vague! I’m really looking forward to the webinar tomorrow, thanks so much for offering it.



  5. Madelain Burgoyne on September 9, 2012 at 7:07 am

    I think I love you! Thank you for this stuff…WOW!