Introduction to User Accounts in WordPress
Collaborate and delegate without losing control
WordPress is now vastly popular as a popular tool for business and not just a blogging platform. One of its very useful and interesting features is the provision for user accounts.
When you need other people to work with you on your website, you need to create user accounts. User accounts make it easy to keep track of who is doing what on your website while also allowing you to set specific privileges based on each user's role or responsibilities.
Starting with a quick introduction to WordPress, this training shows you the benefits of using WordPress for your business, why you need user accounts and how to create them, together with practical advice for setting user roles and assigning privileges.
Philip Amiola is a business thinker, technical writer and digital solutions consultant. Although primarily trained as a life scientist, his penchant for personal development and self-mastery has led him to acquire skills in business strategy, journalism, corporate communication and digital publishing.
As Director of Training and Strategy at The Plenipotent Company, he helps businesses and organisations communicate better, increase profits and achieve optimum productivity. In this role, Philip has served an A-list of satisfied clientele including government agencies, corporate bodies and personal brands across the globe especially in Nigeria, South Africa, United States and Canada.
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