Word Press for Beginners and Business

Our new course – WordPress for Beginners– is ready to go.

It is available as a One on One Training day – 6 hours at $660.

It is a step by step process to build your own Word Press site, ready to go online by the end of the day. You will learn how to build it; write content; meta tag it (SEO); keep it secure; maintain and tweek it at will.

You can use your website as a blog; as a business; trading site; team site for your favourite team; as a special cause site.

Computer Smart Training Centre booking form

Computer Smart Training Centre booking form

Blogging for Beginners

Blogging 6 MarchOur first Blogging for Beginners took place on Friday, with our Trainer Tan Ja, leading the way. The content covered – Blogging Basics; Choosing your niche; Types of Blogs and what is best for you; Cyber bullies and what to do about them; Word Press; Blog design; Subscriptions; Adding Images; Headlines; Making money from the blog; Linking to Social Media.

Three hours in duration and costing $180 makes this one of our most cost effective courses. A great addition to making you Computer Smart.

March, April and May 2014 – Calendar Download

March, April & May 2014

Brisbane company has great news on publishing from InDesign to web.

The article is from the Sydney Morning Herald and the news is about how to speed up the process of getting published documents into a web-ready format (5 clicks). Very smart and has enormous potential to all bloggers and journalists.

http://www.smh.com.au/technology/-2slkp.html

NBN – The difference between the two plans

This article from the Sydney Morning Herald outlines the main features of the two major political parties in their implementation approach to high speed broadband (NBN).

http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/-hv1dl.html

As Windows XP exits, businesses face big IT decisions

This article from the Sydney Morning Herald presents information about the imminent exit of support from Microsoft for the X.P. O.S., that many businesses are still using.

 

There are implications – serious financial and technical- for all of these businesses.

http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/-hv1d0.html