You need a website...
but to be honest, a pro is more than you can afford
or you’ve had a bad experience in the past
or you can’t find a pro that feels like a good fit
or you just plain want to do it yourself
When I was 4 years old, I taught myself to read.
Seriously, ask my mom.
And the way I did it was repetition and memorization.
Which I didn’t know then – but that’s what was going on. My mom or dad would read the same books to me over and over again, and I would follow along while they read. I started to identify the words and what each letter sounded like, and before I knew it, I could read.
This is the exact same way I taught myself how to build and design websites.
I’m telling you this because you learned to read too.
Which means you can learn how to do this website stuff.
And you could do it the way I did it – by googling things as you realized there was a new piece you didn’t understand.
But trust me…doing it that way will takes months if not years.
So, I’ve created this little program, DIY Your Own WordPress Website for the Rebel Curious, to teach you how to make your website, your way.
What I’ve got here for you is a step-by-step do-it-yourself program.
Technically, this is going to impact my business. Because instead of having me build and design your website, you are going to do it yourself.
And if you find you like it – you might start doing it for other people.
But I’m totally okay with that. Because there is more than enough work out there for everyone. AND not everyone was meant to work with me. Maybe they are meant to work with you.
Here’s What You’ll Find Inside:
- How to choose and purchase your domain
- Hosting – what is it, and how do you get it
- Linking your domain to your hosting account
- What is ftp and how to use it (because sometimes you need to)
- Why WordPress is your best option + how to install it
- WordPress Dashboard Intro
- Important Settings
- Theme Installation
- Website Planning
- Choosing the right theme
- Identifying your audience
- Customizing your theme
- Custom home pages
- Page Builders
- Choosing colors + fonts
- Google Analytics
- SEO (search engine optimization)
- Email Marketing
- Opt-ins and autoresponders
- A Facebook group where you can ask questions and get support
- A swipe file of my favorite plugins and design resources
So, how much is this gonna cost me, that’s what you are wondering, right?
That’s right. Not $199. You can have all of this killer info for $47.