WordPress Classroom – Get On Board Before The Price Rise!

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WordPress Guide

Hi guys, I just received an email in my inbox from Matt Wolfe, one of the few Internet Marketers out there I hugely respect. He is the creator of the best WordPress Guide out there (in my humble opinion, anyway!) the WordPress Classroom. It’s an easy to understand, easy to follow, all video WordPress guide that holds heaps of value for both new and seasoned WordPress users alike.

In his email Matt declared that he has been really focused on making a ton of updates for the WordPress Classroom. So right now he is basically in overhaul mode. He is in the process of re-imagining the WordPress Classroom.

If you ask me, I always like when Internet Marketers who have released a product keep updating it – that means that they really stand behind it and did not just release it for the quick bucks, but really have something to teach and are conscious of delivering to their customers and staying current. That’s why I like what Matt is doing now.

The WordPress Classroom is fantastic as it is now. But I feel good about Matt wanting to deliver an even better product to us. There’s going to be an all new, intuitive layout, new topics of training, new ways to engage with Matt and other members, and, with all of these improvements (most likely) a new pricing structure… Apparently it is going to be big! He reckons we are all going to be blown away with all the new stuff that’s inside the WordPress Classroom.

If you are trying to break into the field of Affiliate and Internet Marketing, there is – in my opinion – no better way to do that than with WordPress blogs.  These WordPress Video Tutorials (yes, video!!) will be the best thing for you to ever have come across, they can take months, if not years, off your learning. I just have to think back to the way I had to learn the ins and outs of building a great niche site (long, painful, costly) – if I would have had a course like this one I would have grabbed it with both hands. And I want you to be able to AVOID having an extremely long and frustrating learning curve.

SaveAbout the new pricing structure – that’s where I want to appeal to you. If you haven’t yet, please do check out WordPress Classroom, because if you don’t get in now whilst the price is still at an all time low, if you want to get in later you will most likely have to pay more. How much more I don’t know yet, but more is more and can’t be good! Mind you, whatever Matt will decide to charge, you can be sure it will be worth it!!! But still, just make sure you get in now to ensure that you’re grandfathered in to the lowest possible price.

I believe you can still sign up just for the free videos, which are fantastic, too. But if you are serious about making money online and want to use WordPress, you should upgrade to the paid Pro version.

So what are you waiting for? 😉 See you on the inside!

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  1. Charmaine says:

    They don’t allow AdSense and other advertising on their free hosting. You will need to have your own domain running the WordPress software from wordpress.org.
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  2. Watch online says:

    I think that WordPress is more easy to work with than Blogspot and it has many useful features.

  3. Seoexp says:

    WordPress Classroom is fantastic, no doubt! Big thanks to u Petra for sharing the helpful info.

    Thanks with Regards,
    Seoexp @ Hosting

  4. Krizza says:

    If you are using WordPress as the template for your blog on a domain you own as opposed to a free one at WordPress then you have to input the advertising on your own. You need to decide where any Adsense will appear or Amazon widgets etc. If you use Amazon, the website has a handy widget builder that you use to make your own ads.
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    • Petra Weiss says:

      Krizza, I don’t know what your comment has to do with this post of mine, but I will approve it – this time – because it’s not just an empty comment. But please stay within the topic next time.

  5. Andres says:

    A perfect guide! I had many doubts and I can move forward thanks to your advice, your blog and especially this guide! A hug and congratulations! thank you very much!

  6. Richard says:

    WordPress classroom offers an array of information to help those make the best out of their websites. Its educational resources are excellent. People need to get on board and take advantage of this.

  7. I like the lecture because it teaches you about WordPress themes, plugins. Just about anything which you must know. It’s nice to know how to add a domain too. And how to get a site running.

  8. Keri says:

    Would you say the guide is only really for WordPress beginners? I’ve been using WordPress for a couple of years already. I already know a lot of the basic stuff. How advanced does the guide get?

    • Petra Weiss says:

      Matt has gone into great detail with a lot of things in this course – its a really comprehensive selection of training videos for beginner and advanced WordPress fans alike. I find myself checking back in there quite often when I get stuck on things, and I have been building WordPress sites since 2009.

  9. Thanks very much for sharing this information. Was truly in need of this. And also very much thanks for the free videos so that I can get to learn WordPress more easily.
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  10. Ben Thomas says:

    I can never get enough of wordpress! It’s really my blog of choice. thanks for the helpful tips.

  11. Great – Thanks for sharing. Will have a look at some of the revies on Amazon , Might just order it. Thanks for sharing and providing the link.

  12. Carmen says:

    You will need to have your own domain running the WordPress software from wordpress.org. Thanks that you’ve shared.
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  13. This is handy as I always need to double check stuff regarding wordpress.
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  14. Azam says:

    First I will check the free version of the videos then I will go for paid videos as I am in need of coaching.
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  15. Rochelle says:

    If you have some great content you would like to teach, but don’t own your own server or don’t wish to subscribe to a hosting Website, there is a simple way to do it using a free blog space at WordPress..
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  16. Matt Wolfe certainly is a legend and thanks for this update! btw did you get a personal email from Matt, if so I might have to follow your blog also :)

    • Petra Weiss says:

      Unfortunately I didn’t – at least I didn’t see one in my overstuffed inbox 😉 Might have just missed it, you can still follow me! 😉

  17. amy says:

    I visit the wordpress classroom you have introduced in this post and learn a lot about wordpress and blogging . This is to say thanks to direct me to the right place what I really needed.
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  18. Natali says:

    I visit the wordpress classroom you have introduced in this post and learn a lot about wordpress and blogging . This is to say thanks to direct me to the right place what I really needed. Tuscany Wine Tours
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  19. John says:

    Honestly I wasn’t aware of wordpress classroom. I will check it out because even I want to make few wordpress niche sites. Thanks for giving information about this.

  20. Liv says:

    WordPress is my favorite CMS, I like it because it’s very easy to manage but at the same time it has a lot of options to modify the design

  21. Joseph says:

    WP is always so amazing to use! Also, the CMS system in it rocks! Well, I would always recommend people to opt for WP! It has the variety of security options, plugins to check spam & plagiarism too.

  22. Taylor says:

    WordPress has always helped me in every aspect for my blogging. It is so supportive that it brings in variety of features not only for beginners as well as experienced guys too! Thanks!

  23. Stephen says:

    WordPress is the ultimate for any bloggers. I am planning to install WordPress but I don’t whole process and so it will affect my blogs indirectly. I would love to learn WordPress and you gave whole lot resources from where I can learn WordPress. I hope WordPress will help my blogs effectively.

  24. Mary says:

    This blog is really a great help for us to understand WordPress. It also help us how to use WordPress in easy way. Thanks to this blog I understand it more now.

  25. Jason says:

    I have many sites powered by WordPress. In my opinion WordPress is much better than Blogspot and Joomla. I’ll visit the WordPress classroom to improve my knowledge.
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  26. victarius says:

    Thanks for a good article. I’ll try to use your advice in practice.

  27. hi petra, i like you blog post. it help me to add some knowledge WordPress. thanks keep it up.

  28. Brenna says:

    Howdy! I know this is somewhat off topic but I was wondering if you knew where I could find
    a captcha plugin for my comment form? I’m using the same blog platform as yours and I’m having difficulty finding one?
    Thanks a lot!
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    • Petra Weiss says:

      Hi Brenna, I am using SI CAPTCHA Anti-Spam, if you go into plugins – add new and then type in SI CAPTCHA it should show up and you can install it. It works fine for me!

  29. Mckinley says:

    Hey! I realize this is kind of off-topic however I needed to ask.
    Does running a well-established website such as yours take a lot
    of work? I’m completely new to writing a blog however I do write in my diary every day. I’d like
    to start a blog so I can share my experience and thoughts
    online. Please let me know if you have any kind of suggestions or tips for new aspiring
    blog owners. Thankyou!
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    • Petra Weiss says:

      Hi Mckinley, yes, running a website and blog does take a lot of work, if you want to be successful and do it right. I have unfortunately not been posting very regularly which is never good! But if you write in your diary every day, maybe you could just switch that to writing a post on your blog every day and you should be fine.

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