How to Create and Manage a WordPress Multisite Network Tutorial 2022

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How to Create and Manage a WordPress Multisite Network Tutorial 2022

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How to Create and Manage a WordPress Multisite Network Tutorial 2022!

Use WordPress to manage several websites from a single WordPress dashboard

WordPress powers more than 25% of all websites across the globe, and there’s never been a better time to learn how to build an income and a business using this platform.

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WordPress is open source. Every day thousands of developers are building resources for it. But it still takes quite a bit of learning to become a master at building and managing websites. It’s not just learning the WordPress software, there are additional skills needed, such as a small amount of graphic design knowledge, hosting and server management, troubleshooting broken sites or problems by hacking into the back end and server setup, and properly staging development environments around new sites or when performing updates and changes on existing sites.

Throughout my course, I will teach you everything I’ve learned and mastered about WordPress multisite

My business allows me to work on my schedule and pace, be my own boss and gives me an unlimited ceiling for profit and income, and time freedom.

Without learning to code or program anything, I’m able to leverage what’s already been done with WordPress to create modern, robust, and functional websites for clients of all types.

During this course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to start or improve your own WordPress website business.

Who is the target audience?

– Anyone who manages multiple websites
– Web designers
– Graphic designers
– Anyone who wants to manage to make extra income


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