cONTENT CREATOR WORDPRESS WEBSITE COURSE
Its time you took your content business seriously.
What You’ll Need
A brain (should be free, but check with Google)
Laptop (not a Chromebook)
Your content (Videos, Pics, Audio, etc)
Web hosting (this is not of your choosing, nor can you use the companies that you think you can)
*Company provided in the course
Or a DBA (cheaper option for access to business services)
Business Bank Account
Optional but Recommended
High-performance or Gaming Laptop
What You’ll Learn
How to craft a visually stunning content website from scratch using WordPress.
Best practices for ensuring your site is legally compliant with adult industry regulations.
How to integrate secure payment processors.
Techniques for managing and streaming high-definition videos/audio and handling large media files efficiently.
The ins and outs of choosing and utilizing a VPS to support your website's growing traffic and content demands.
What You’ll Get
Legal Compliance Page Templates
Helpful resources for future or unrelated projects
Lifetime Access to updates to this course, etc.
Free WordPress Theme
Access to our growing community
Free Email List management trial with Yearby Digital
Assistance with anything that is a problem that you just cannot figure out while creating your website—we have you covered!
It can guide music producers in leveraging a VPS to host their music production software, securely share their work with collaborators, and streamline their production process by providing tips on efficient WordPress setups for showcasing their portfolios.
Content creators can benefit by learning how to use WordPress to design and manage their own websites on a VPS, enabling them to create a more robust online presence, with faster loading times and the ability to handle high traffic volumes.
For those involved in streaming, the course can be a resource for setting up a WordPress site on a VPS that can integrate with streaming services and handle the high bandwidth requirements of live streaming.
The course can show educational content providers how to use a VPS to host their own e-learning platforms, allowing for a more scalable and secure environment for online courses and student interactions.
The course can offer podcasters insights into setting up, hosting, and managing their podcasts on a VPS (Virtual Private Server), which can lead to improved website speeds, better security, and more control over their hosting environment.