Come to our WordPress Clinic for Users!

Come to our WordPress Clinic for Users
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We’re excited to announce we’re hosting a free WordPress clinic for users at November’s WordUp Brighton!

Join us at 7pm on Wednesday 18th November 2015 at The Skiff for an evening of user-focused WordPress advice and training.

Make sure you RSVP to the Meetup event so we know you’re coming!

Pragmatic Web’s Founder & Director, David Lockie, will be offering 1-2-1 advice on all your WordPress queries. David has worked exclusively with WordPress since 2010, and is an expert at delivering beautiful, highly-functional websites that add value to businesses and organisations.

Our free WordPress clinic is ideal for local business owners, digital marketers and bloggers who want to get more from the powerful publishing platform. This clinic isn’t suitable for WordPress developers and designers, but we’re pleased to announce we will be hosting developer-focused clinics in the future.

What to expect on the day of our WordPress Clinic for Users?

On the evening you’ll get the chance to have a 1-2-1 session with WordPress expert, David Lockie. In this session you will go through your website and any WordPress user-related questions you might have. Don’t worry about bringing your laptop along unless you want to do some work before your session, as we will have a laptop to view your website on.

Each 1-2-1 session will last 15 minutes, and sessions are allocated on a first come first serve basis. When you arrive you can put your name down on our sheet against the next available slot, so you’ve got a good idea of where you are on the list.

While you’re waiting for your turn, learn from the sessions before you, or take the opportunity to mingle with other local business owners, marketers and bloggers.

Fancy popping along? The event is free to attend and is open to all WordPress users who want to learn more about the publishing platform. Don’t forget to RSVP here.

 

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