Looking back to when I first started using WordPress, I wish I had something like this.
Manhattan Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
As more and more businesses and entrepreneurs turn to WordPress, there will be a higher demand for WordPress help and support.
However, many new businesses, especially ones run by just a few people, don’t have the resources to hire WordPress developers. Therefore, when they run into issues, they have no one to turn to for help.
“We do provide WordPress help and support for hundreds of businesses,” says myWPexpert.com’s founder Brandon Yanofsky, “but every day, I come across people who simply don’t have the resources to hire someone like us. I remember being in a similar position not too long ago and know how difficult it can be.”
To provide for these businesses, the myWPexpert.com team is releasing a brand new ebook titled “The 6 Step WordPress Troubleshooting Guide” that will guide any WordPress user to solve almost any WordPress issue.
“The six steps we’ve included in this book are the exact same we follow when a business comes to use with a WordPress issue,” says Yanofsky.
Simple and easy to use, the guide takes users through a 6 step process, much like a checklist. Following the troubleshooting guide, a WordPress user can solve about 90% of all WordPress issues.
“Looking back to when I first started using WordPress, I wish I had something like this.”
Yanofsky and his myWPexpert team expect the book to be finished in the new two months.
Anyone interested in more information is invited to visit the myWPexpert.com website.