Create Your WordPress Site… One Block at a Time
WordPress doesn’t need to be scary or confusing!
I’ll remove the veils (and the mystery), and teach you to build an attractive and effective website, starting with my free WordPress Beginner’s Blueprint.
It’s April, 2020, and this is a challenging time for everyone.
It’s becoming clear that our new “normal,” whenever that occurs, will include a lot more online business and remote work than ever before.
This is the perfect time for us to re-evaluate what we’ve been doing, figure out how well it’s been working, and make changes. It’s the time to develop new habits.
You should do that with your WordPress site, too.
Before any remodeling job — whether it’s your house or your website — you need to take a good, hard look at what’s there now.
What’s working for you? What’s not? What can you improve?
Let me help you with that. Take advantage of my Site Audit services, and I’ll help you get your website off to a strong start in the New Year.
About WordPress Building Blocks
I’ve been building WordPress sites since 2008, and teaching others to use WordPress since 2012.
I especially enjoy working with bloggers, feelancers, solopreneurs, and small business owners, and I’d love to help you develop your WordPress site.
Susanna is a great teacher. Her knowledge of building and using websites for professional and personal use is extensive, and she shares her expertise willingly. I am so grateful for her presence on this forum. Thank you, Susanna
That’s one of the MANY things I like about working with you: persistence, attention to detail, desire to make a positive difference.
Wait! That’s three things instead of one…
Well, I can’t put the genie back in the bottle!
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Want to Learn WordPress – But Not Sure Where to Start?
I totally get it.
You’re a freelancer or solo business owner. You need a website (or maybe you need to update the one you’ve got), but you don’t speak Geek and you just want to get it done.
You know that WordPress can make that website-building-thing a whole lot easier for you, but you’re not sure where to start. Or maybe you’ve bounced around a bunch of “helpful” sites and social media and now you’re more confused than when you started.
You just want to cut through the clutter, put up a site that will help you grow your business, and get back to the things you’d rather be spending your time on.
You need The WordPress Beginner’s Blueprint.