Content is what drives the Internet. And if there’s one thing WordPress excels at, it’s helping you deliver a variety of different kinds. In this webinar, Marco Berrocal goes deep into WordPress pages, posts, menus, and forms to create that content.
Understanding more about the basics of WordPress will only help you succeed when it comes to building your website.
Setting Up Your WordPress Content
There’s a lot of different ways you can set up content in WordPress. From simple blogging articles to elaborate landing pages, the system can handle it all.
But, what’s the best way to go about setting everything up on your website? What should you add to navigation menus? Is a contact form necessary for what you want to create?
This webinar helps you make those decisions. And it all starts by knowing the difference between creating posts and pages.
What Are Pages?
Pages are pieces of content that do not change. So, things like your About and Contact material is better suited as a page. In this webinar, you’ll learn the difference as well as what information is best to share in this format.
Using the Gutenberg editor, you can drag-and-drop your way to creating engaging and vital information about you or your business.
How Do You Use Posts?
Posts are those pieces of content that are continuous and what most people will find in search results. These are the articles that you’ll write when sharing with visitors, such as tutorials or when blogging about your niche.
For example, writing a daily blog will use the “post” type of content.
In reality, The vast majority of what you’ll create in WordPress will center around posts.
Getting the Most Out of Your Menus
You can do a lot of things with the navigation menu. However, there is a right and wrong way for setting it up. In this content webinar, Marco goes over some of the finer elements of the navigation bar and how you can set it up.
Always remember, an easy-to-use navigation on your website can drive people to explore what you have available.
Setting Up Forms on Your Website
Forms allow you to collect information about visitors or provide a method to let others directly contact you. This is often an incredibly valuable feature in WordPress as it can lead to more sales, leads, and brand interaction.
For instance, you can create a contact form for collaboration offers, technical support, testimonials, or all of the above. There’s really no limit to what you can do with them.
Marco shows you one of the easiest ways to set this up on your site.
Create Your Own Content in WordPress!
WordPress is one of the best platforms for creating a variety of content types. There’s a reason why 36% of the Internet is powered by WordPress. Thanks to how easy it is to use, virtually anyone can create a stunning website.
What will you create with your content?
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