A new free tutorial course by Paul Ashbrook demonstrates just how easy it is to set up your own website. Called â€œHow to Set Up Your First Website Using WordPressâ€ this program covers everything from registering a domain name to web hosting.
Online PR News â€“ 06-August-2011 â€“A new free tutorial course by Paul Ashbrook demonstrates just how easy it is to set up your own website. Called â€œHow to Set Up Your First Website Using WordPressâ€ this program covers everything from registering a domain name to web hosting. It is ideal for anybody looking to set up a new website for themselves or a business.
A few years ago it would have been necessary to go to a local web designer if you wanted to create a new website. But recent changes in software availability mean that now anybody can create a web presence. The most significant development is the platform called WordPress which allows beginners to create a website or blog very easily.
Commenting on the benefits of using WordPress, Paul Ashbrook said â€œWordpress is the ideal platform for beginners to create their first website. It is easy to use, you can make changes to your website whenever you want and the platform is freeâ€.
There have traditionally been two aspects that have prevented people from going ahead and creating their own website. These are a fear of the technical aspects of building a site and concerns about the cost. Both of these worries are addressed in the tutorial course.
The technical aspects are clearly explained by using step-by-step video tutorials and screenshots that show exactly how to go about laying the foundations for a website. Using the recommended software and service providers also enables a site to be created for minimal outlay.
Paul Ashbrook continues, â€œMany people cannot afford to pay expensive web designers. This is especially true if you are building a website for your local Scout group, church, knitting circle or local business. This new course demonstrates how you can get started for under $15â€.
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