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CEO and Online Editor of Soar Collective, Jac Bowie is bringing her “WordPress In A Day” workshop to Creative Geelong in June.

 

PRESENTED BY AMAZE HOSTING & SOAR COLLECTIVE

This 4 hour workshop is perfect for anyone keen to learn how to build their own site. A basic knowledge of domains and hosting would be a useful prerequisite but not essential as we do touch on this. You will leave this class with your own basic WordPress website.

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Best known as CEO of Soar Collective and Founder of Business in Heels, Jac Bowie has been creating WordPress sites for over 10 years, building over 200 sites for small businesses including hair salons, fitness programs, membership sites and even online magazines.

She’s also an experienced coach and trainer having worked as the Online Content Manager for a major radio network in Australia, and consulted as a business coach to women in small business.

Join her for this easy to follow, small workshop style class where you’ll learn how to build your own 5 page WordPress site from scratch.

Class includes one month free hosting, you may cancel or keep thereafter- your choice.Either way you will leave with your own basic website.

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INCLUDES

  • One month free basic business hosting
  • Lunch, Tea & Coffee

PLEASE BRING:

  • Your laptop (WIFI will be supplied)
  • Notebook / Pad
  • Pen

This event is open to the public and also free for Grow Members

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