- Eastern Washington UniversityBusiness Education
I discovered WordPress in 2007. In 2008, I seriously dove into it and was creating sites for clients. I started teaching people how to use it in 2010.
Prior to that I owned a successful marketing and graphic design firm for 20 years. Because of this experience I bring a lot to the table when it comes to helping people with WordPress.
I am a WordPress educator and trainer. It's my job. Not a side gig or another service I offer as a developer or designer.
At BobWP Online Courses, it's where WordPress tech meets digital content:
- WordPress knowledge and skills shared in my unique, clear and patient way.
- Courses broken into manageable lessons to make learning a breeze.
- Content built on our knowledge from 25 years in the digital marketing business.
- Specific courses on the how-to of creating, sharing and marketing your content.
- Your own WordPress expert and content marketing specialist to guide you every step of the way.
- Clear, learner-focused screenshots that let you see each step.
How would you like your WordPress service theme, plugin or services featured on my blog at bobwp.com and promoted to our extensive community?
If you are a shop owner using WooCommerce, this podcast is for you. Some tech, interviews, stories and tips to help you grow your online store.
- BobWP.comWordPress Educator, 2010 - present
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