WordPress for Beginners by Andy Williams

Cover imageDr Andy Williams is a professional internet marketer who writes a popular ezine and runs courses on the topic.

I’m a technophobe at heart, especially where anything to do with IT is concerned. I suspect that the main reason for this is that, lacking any instinctive understanding, I need a detailed instruction manual to help me get to grips with anything that is new to me – and the geeks who really understand these things seem incapable of writing the manual that I need.

So it was both a relief and a pleasure to find this guide. It starts at the very beginning of website creation with advice on hosting and domain name registration, and then goes through the process of creating a website/blog using WordPress. It does it painstakingly, step-by-step, with screenshots of every stage.

It has convinced even me that I am capable of creating an attractive, effective site. If only all such instructional guides were this good.

I bought it for Kindle from Amazon WordPress for Beginners: A Visual Step-by-Step Guide to Creating your Own WordPress Site in Record Time, Starting from Zero!