Content Management Systems like self-hosted WordPress have made it relatively easy to build professional websites without any bit of technical knowledge. However, building a website is one thing; managing/maintaining it is another. And that's where the work of a webmaster comes in.
Sooner or later, every website owner will have to deal with some issues. It could be a basic task like uploading a verification file to the root folder of a domain or it could be something more demanding like troubleshooting, cleaning up an infected website or switching web hosting companies.
This course will equip you with essential skills to handle the most common tasks you are likely to be faced with as a webmaster, either in your personal capacity or as a digital solutions consultant.
You will also have the opportunity to receive personalised coaching and one-on-one support if you intend going further to build a business out of what you learn.
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.
You can connect with him on his website or send him an email via philip[at]plenipotent.com.ng.
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