This weekend I attended my first WordCamp, WordCamp San Francisco 2009. And here are the top 11 best things about the day’s events.
If you have a business, for profit or non-profit, and want to have an online presence, you’ll need to have a website. That’s where things get complicated very quickly.
WordPress to the rescue. There are other options out there but WordPress is a very good one and has been in use for several years by large and small endeavors. So, it’s tested.
You have a business and you think you need a website but you’re not sure what to do next and you’re afraid it’s going to cost you.
You don’t have to become a “blogger” if you don’t want to. Instead, you can use the existing and very powerful tools for blogging out there to build your own website for your business. You can add your own pictures and e-commerce buttons and wind up with a fully functional marketing website for your business in a few hours or even minutes.