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Been a while since you’ve worked with WordPress? –Say no more. Take this crash course to refresh your WP skills. Your course syllabus will be emailed to you after sign up.

The price for membership is $299.00 now. Customers in US will be charged 6% tax.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Firstly, thank you for choosing WP Reseller. We pride ourselves in providing the best effective education on Website development for people with all kinds of background with no coding skills. Coding is not required for this course although basic coding is taught in our WP Robust course.


How long does it take to learn how to build a website?

This is one of our most asked questions. On average, with a tutor or instructor, learning WordPress can take as little as 2 weeks. However, every person is different. Others may take longer or even a shorter amount of time.


Why is WordPress a good platform to learn?

WP is great to learn because of its “build-a-bear” capabilities. Other website platforms are closed-source meaning that they have restrictions on what you can do. For example, Squarespaces platforms’ SEO is very limited. Squarespace does not allow you to robust your SEO capability. With WordPress, there are many avenues available to robust SEO service.


Do you have customer service?

Of course! Our friendly and knowledgeable customer services reps are available to answer your questions 24/7/365. Try out the chat box!

 


Who can learn WordPress?

College students, at-home-moms, people that could use extra source of income, teens. Anyone can learn WordPress.

 


Can you explain what the WP Reseller account is?

Of course! The WP Reseller account allows you to maintain your own hosting company and get paid monthly/ annually vice, setting up a WordPress website on someone elses platform/ company.