What I can do for you:

1. Teach & consult with you on the installation and basics of WordPress. What are widgits and plugins.  How to secure your site.  What are pages and posts & which do you use for what.  How to publish and schedule.  How to change and use themes.  How to backup your site.  Always backup your site!

2. Be with you and walk you through the process of buying a domain name, finding a host for your website, setting up your site and installing WordPress.

3. Recommend and research plugins which will help you accomplish a specific function you need your WordPress installation to perform.

4. Help you fix broken stuff and restore from backups if your WordPress site dies. You did backup your website right?  The files and the database right?

5. Provide on-going support for your site.

6. Build a WordPress based website for you.


 

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