Every month I have the honor of teaching a WordPress For Business Owners class. These classes have been enormously beneficial to our students. So much so that ETR secured a private time slot for their audience in July. Bob Bly has also secured a private class for his audience in June.
Calling customer service before you get started with the web hosting site is a good idea. You want to be able to contact them. They should also be able to speak your language. Also will they offer you a refund if you do not like their service? Will they help you if you have problems setting up your website?
Now you must configure the plugin from inside the wordpress cms dashboard. From the ‘Settings’ menu solution you’ll want to open the WP Tweet Button settings web page.
This is a control panel that most web hosting companies offer. This is a standard among the best web hosting sites. If the web host does not offer it, then you may have problems down the road. As it is a standard among most web hosts, should you have a problem, you may have trouble finding someone to help you with your site except for the customer service.
Bonus tip for Strategy Number One: Many of the sites, such as digg and stumbleupon, ask you to write a comment or review. Write it once in a text editor, then copy/paste. Ta-Daa!
To make this happen, it has to be easy for them to contact you. One of the simplest ways to accomplish this is to have a contact form or an inquiry form on your site. They enter their email address, subject line, and ask their question. You or your customer service assistant receives the message and can promptly respond.
) Start marketing the product/service that you have chosen. There are a lot of ways to do this. I would start by getting a free blog at wordpress or blogspot. Write some articles and post some information about that product/service and start that way. It should be fun and somewhat easy since you enjoy it and have the knowledge built in. Most of all its something you like and its fun.