Having a quality content site is a great way to start generating traffic and cash. The formula is simple.
All you have to do is create an informative site, update it often, make it look good and easy to navigate and you will almost certainly generate a huge pile of visitors. Visitors can be monetized once you have them on your site. You have done the hard part by getting them there.
You can give yourself a real leg up by using a free content management system called Joomla. Joomla is a full featured content management system that is so incredibly flexible that there isn’t much you can’t do with it.
The only thing I have ever heard from people that was negative about Joomla is that it is hard to figure out how to use it. Well, the first time you look at it that may well be the case. There is a lot of functionality in Joomla so there are a lot of pieces.
But that doesn’t mean it has to be overly complicated – and in fact it isn’t really complicated at all once you figure it out – or better yet have someone show you how to set it up. That is what I am presenting to you today.
I will take you step by step through the whole process from install to having a complete content site. You just sit there and watch and learn. Joomla is one of those programs that lends itself well to visual learning. That is why I created a video series for you to learn from.
Now there is no reason to be nervous here. You don’t need to have any special skills to set up a Joomla content site. All that you need to know is how to upload files and how to follow instructions. And I will show you the uploading files part too.
If you can do those two things then this video series is for you!
This video series will give you the confidence to start using Joomla on a regular basis. I show you everything you need to know to get started using Joomla – without talking a lot of geek speak to confuse you.
Here Is Just Some Of What You Will Learn
- How to install Joomla from the installation files
- How to add and manage your content
- How to use menus
- installing and using Modules, Extensions, Components and Plugins
- Installing and modifying templates
- … and lots more