The technical end of things.
Mastering the technical end of WordPress inside and out has been an exciting continuing adventure. That means consistently networking with others, attending seminars, and searching the web to keep updated on all that WordPress has to offer.
A great deal of my technical training comes from my membership in WebDesign.com and local training seminars.
WordPress Developer Tools
Even still, other web developer tools and resources enhance my WordPress expertise.
- Builder developer membership with access to all themes and plugins.
- Backup Buddy with Amazon s3 Storage.
- Pro Security with iThemes
- Gravity Forms developer membership.
- Logo and button creators.
- Video creating cameras and tools.
- Keyword research tools.
Because content is the most important part of a website, from a visitor stand point and an SEO perspective, my focus is on creating great copy.
So, again, correctly written and interesting copy in Press releases Releases can boost back-links for local SEO and get a small business noticed. This works so well for local business I wonder why it not used more often.
Truth be told, there is a lot more to managing a WordPress website than meets the eye. That is where I come in, I can keep your WordPress site updated and pay attention to all security measures.
Putting it bluntly, you want more customers. In order to attract more customers your local marketing strategy is important for building trust and credibility.
Your business is unique and your marketing strategy should also be unique to you. This includes a social media plan that works with you and does not eat up your time.
Ask about a marketing strategy built with you in mind.
I live in a small town in the mountains of Utah. Working on the web has made it easy to stay at home and work…if you saw where I live you would understand!
I love to write! I spend time every day writing for pleasure. Ideally, a book will come out of this passion.
I am a fisher-woman and I am good at it. In fact I beat my husband every time we go fishing 🙂