Los Angeles Ecommerce Workshop for Beginners

Ecommerce 1-Day Intensive Workshop for Beginners – Using the Woo Commerce Plugin

Learn to create an online store workshop today using WordPress – San Francisco, Los Angeles, Orange County If you ever wondered what it takes to start an online store, then you need E-commerce training. There are many good programs out there for creating E-commerce like Magento and Zen Cart.And you can also sell your products online on Etsy, Ebay or Shopify.But if you want a website that will get high Google rankings and still be able to sell products as well, then WordPress E-Commerce is your guy.

Topics covered in my One Day Crash Course

1) How to set up your domain name and web hosting. 2) How to create a sitemap to organize content for your new website. 3) WordPress basics – You will learn to create content using post and pages. 4) WordPress Plugins – You will be using Woo E-commerce which is the most popular plugins for creating E-Commerce sites using the WordPress engine. 5) Selecting a template – I will assist you in searching the best E-commerce templates for your new site. We will go to themeforest.net 6) Installing the Woo-Commerce plugins and setting up the pages. 7) Creating the product categories, and products ( single products or variable products ). Working with variable products . ( attributes & variations ) 8) Selecting payment gateways for WooCommerce ( stripe, Paypal, Authorized.net) 9) Setting up shipping options in WooCommerce 10) Search Optimization Methods ( free ) for your new Ecommerce site.

Workshop Dates & Locations :

Sept. 16- 29 , 2021 – Meet in Koreatown, South Pasadena, or Santa Monica

Workshop  Fees:

$ 350- $ 650 ( depends on how many sessions and days . What you need to bring: Laptop ( no Ipads), Notepad, pens, open mind Workshop time: 10 am – 3 pm, noon- 5 pm, 5-10 pm About your instructor: Elle is a full-time WordPress developer and WP instructor for the last 10 years and very active with the WordPress community. He has built over 120 sites with WordPress the last few years.