Technophobes Love Web Site Creation Workshop

To give credit where credit is due, I’m long past due in thanking Christina Hills for giving me the impetus to come out of the closet and actually start creating my online presence.  I took her Website Creation Workshop (WSCW) last spring, and that empowered me take some baby steps.  If you want to take control of your web presence, check this out:

Now, one of the remarkable benefits offered by this generous and patient teacher is that past students can retake the class. So, I’m going to be there when Web Site Creation Workshop starts up again next week. If you haven’t experienced Christina’s magical step-by-step and practical hands-on teaching style, you will be absolutely delighted.  She’s closing  registration on Friday afternoon (5pm Eastern time!).

Technophobes love Christina and WSCW. Anyone who is frustrated with trying to get something done through a webmaster will find a welcome and refreshing relief.  Many even “fire” their webmasters.  If you’re wondering if there’s an easier way to make yourself  visible online, I recommend you check it out and sign up if it speaks to you.  Cut to the chase with this  shortcut!

While Christina has been in final preparation for
this workshop, she has been giving out some great
stuff on her blog.

Webinar Replay – How WordPress Can Be Used in Your Biz

Answers to the Top 53 Questions on WordPress

Funny Video: What? Julia Child is Cooking Up Websites?

Funny Video: Julia Child is Back Cooking Up a Blog Post!

How I Made My First WordPress Website in 15 Minutes

For what it would take you to hire a webmaster one time,
to build only one website for you, Christina will empower
you to build as many websites as you want for your business
or personal passion.

So go now and get registered for the 8 module training.

I’ll see you in the course!

Answers to WordPress Questions — Tonight!

Open Q&A Webinar "Radio" Show Tonight

There's a free webinar on WordPress happening tonight!

It's an "Open Q&A" webinar to answer any remaining
questions you may have about using WordPress as your
The link here is for tonight's webinar:

And on this call, Christina Hills,
my teacher and mentor for hands-on WordPress training, will answer any
remaining questions you have about taking the Website
Creation Workshop.  

-----------Webinar Info------------------------
Date: Thursday, September 17th
Time: 8:00pm Eastern/ 5:00pm Pacific
Duration: 70-90 minutes

Get the Phone Number and webinar info here:

(Note you can listen on your computer, or the phone)

Christina got the idea to do this from the funny Linus and Lucy
cartoon of the "Peanuts" that she posted on her blog a couple
of days ago:

Well, she promises that her "radio show" won't be quite as
goofy as that clip, but it should be a lot of fun.

I want you to feel confident in making your decision to
join her in the 8 module workshop that starts next Tuesday.
(As an alum of the course, I'll be there too!)

Today and tomorrow is the last day to get registered for
the workshop.
(here is the registration link for the FULL  8 module course )


Bobbye Middendorf
The Write Synergies Guru
[Click below to register for the full workshop.]

Thanks to Jon @ Ninja Blog

Jon and the team at Ninja Blog Setup helped me set this  blog up months and months ago.  They  did their part, but I seemed to fall into a hole. For a while.

I’m coming out of the hole now.  Finally.  And I want to share with you this whole process.  It’s not always pretty or what we think it “ought” to be.  But it is what it is.  There’s no better place to see how time flows on than by watching your blog and its posts, and whether they are happening or not.  So that’s why there’s this odd collection of early blog test posts that were inserted as part of the WordPress blog installation and setup by Jon and his team.  Then there’s a big blank spot.  I acknowledge, I didn’t follow up in quite as timely a fashion as I’d intended.

To give credit where credit is due, I can heartily recommend the Ninja Blog setup services if you are needing assistance  in setting up the basics of your own hosted WordPress Blog.

Thanks Jon!

Visit him here: