WordPress Automation Secrets » Overview

Announcing, a brand-new 8-part video course.

Finally, discover how to free-up your valuable time and run your WordPress site on autopilot… Starting today!

This 8-part video course is designed to show you exactly how you can free-up your time by quickly and easily automating tedious and boring tasks within your WordPress site!

As you know, your time is money. Running a WordPress Web site, whether you’re trying to sell your product or service online, run a membership site, or any site takes time.

What should’ve been a tool to help you make more money, ended up becoming a full-time job. Worse, you’re unable to spend your time on your actual business.

Sound familiar?

We’re talking about the most tedious and boring tasks that it takes to run your WordPress site.

Everything from essential Web site maintenance, creating posts and pages for your content marketing, making sure your site runs fast, and to creating a fantastic experience for your customers.

The list continues to go on-and-on-and-on…

That said, one of the biggest problems is that many people don’t know where to start. There are thousands of WordPress plugins out there for you to choose from.

Which one should you use?

Introducing… WordPress Automation Secrets, 8-part video course. Here’s a breakdown of this 8-part video series in more detail.

Video #1 — Introduction

Before we jump right into showing you how to automate your site, we want to begin by introducing you to the video course. There are lots to discuss what you need in terms of successfully implementing everything that you have learned.

Video #2 — Different Automation Scenarios

Before we jump into how to automate every part of your WordPress site, because your situation might be different than somebody else, we want to make sure that we show you as many different scenarios as possible. In other words, what are the different situations you could automate?

Video #3 — Website Maintenance Automation

Now it’s time to understand how to automate the most boring, yet most crucial part of your WordPress site. This includes things such as updating your theme and plugins, making sure that your Web site continually runs fast and smooth, and much more.

Video #4 — Content Marketing Automation

Now, what about auto-scheduling your posts and pages? In other words, the content you created, such as articles, audio, video, and other content.

Video #5 — Social Media Automation

It’s time to take it a step further by understanding how to make that your content and automatically posted on to your social media platforms. Unfortunately, this task of publishing to the different social media platforms is often one of the biggest complaints that we hear from site owners. This is because, depending on the number of social media platforms that you have, it can become a full-time job.

Video #6 — ECommerce Automation

What if you run an e-commerce site? How do you go about automating different pieces of your Web site to ensure that the customer gets the best experience possible?

Video #7 — Membership Automation

What if you run a membership site? How can you make it the best possible experience for your members and free-up your time so that you can spend it on focusing on building your community?

Video #8 — Best Complete Automation Plugins (Free and Paid)

While we discussed different WordPress plugins in the previous videos, in this specific video you’ll learn how to completely automate your WordPress site on a whole new level. For example, say you want to automate certain things based upon how your users interact with your Web site?

Watch this video course now. So you can start freeing-up your time and automating your WordPress site. This training course is designed to show you how you can quickly and easily automate your WordPress site!


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    Formerly, CEO and lead developer of a technology company, focusing on the merchant services space. Formerly, of WHMCompleteSolution (WHMCS).

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