Seminar workshop overview
Brisbane WP in combination with Ey3 are proud to present FREE live WordPress seminars about how to build and manage your own web site. So whether you are a current client wanting to know more about WordPress or you are just looking for something that makes sense for a new website, our seminars will give you a great insight into how the WordPress platform can benefit you.
- the fundamentals of having a website
- how to make the most of your WordPress website
- how to edit your own site – text and images easily using WordPress
- special offers only available on the night
Who should attend
- individuals wanting to learn about easily self editing their own web site
- clubs, societies and charities keen to setup an online presence which allows multiple user management
- businesses new to the web who want an easy, cost effective way to get online
- current businesses who are already online and want to swap over to use a platform that is easy to use and where they are always in control
- general public wanting to learn about how to start their own web presence in a cost effective way
About your presenter
Luke Elin is is the Director of EY3 and has over 25 years of computing experience to draw upon. Luke created his first web site before Netscape 1.0 was even completed and when 1.4Kb dial-up connections were considered fast! Luke founded Ey3 in 1996. The web sites Luke has developed are visited by well over 8 million individuals each week – if high volume sites are your thing, he is the man to speak to. Luke has managed numerous high-profile design, development and maintenance projects, both locally and internationally. With this long established history, Luke enjoys the process of creating web sites that actually make life better for both businesses and their customers.
Spaces are limited : book your space now using the booking form below! – no charge for attending – it's FREE!
When : 7-8:30pm Wednesday 26th October 2011
Where : Chermside Library Seminar Rooms
375 Hamilton Road, Chermside, Brisbane map