Birmingham, Michigan (PressExposure) June 23, 2009 -- Blog Design Bootcamp is designed to teach virtual assistants, web professionals, and entrepreneurs how to install, customize, and manage blogs so they can charge more for their services, get more clients, and create blogs faster, easier and with less effort. The course is scheduled to begin Monday, June 22, 2009, although late registrations are welcomed.
âVirtual assistants are looking for ways to add value to their clients. Blog sites, and especially WordPress blogs are becoming more and more popular. Itâs what our clients are clamoring for. The bootcamp provides the background for virtual assistants or anyone with an interest in blog design to get started with blogs,â says Blaskie. âItâs a great value-added service to offer.â
Taught by Erin Blaskie, this 5-day intensive webinar bootcamp is a blueprint for understanding the latest WordPress interface, how to customize themes, and how to market and manage blog design services. Blog Design Bootcamp will be taught live in a webinar format making it accessible to everyone (everything will be recorded). Materials include study/action guides for each class, a blog design checklist, a copy of the ebook Blog Traffic Explosion, and more.
Blog Design Bootcamp begins June 22, 2009, but late registrations are allowed since all material is recorded and available each day:
The 5-day Blog Design Bootcamp includes 5 classes:
Class #1 â Understanding the Basics (2 hours) - What is a blog; installing WordPress; choosing a theme; overview of the dashboard; basic plugins and more
Class #2 â Customizing a Theme -- Part I (2 Hours) - Understanding design files; theme editor; CSS; setting up Google Analytics; understanding settings and user menus
Class #3 â Customizing a Theme -- Part II (2 Hours) - Creating customer headers; changing out base graphics; side bar widgets; advanced plug-ins; working with external services like Feedburner
Class #4 â Other House-Keeping Functions (2 Hours) â creating and managing categories, pages posts; setting permissions and privacy; using email ; backing up the blog
Class #5 â How to Deliver Blog Design to Your Clients (2 Hours) â understanding the clientâs needs and vision; working with a design brief; what to charge for blog design; setting boundaries with clients
To sign up, visit, [http://www.BlogDesignBootcampNow.com]
Interested participants have unlimited access to the course materials after the class has ended.