What is WordPress? – a nice introduction to the platform and why it’s so popular.
How to Build a Blog for Beginners- a walk-thru of the basic blog set up process
WordPress.com versus WordPress.org – a comparison of the two versions of WordPress and which one is right for you.
How to Install WordPress – how to use an FTP program if your host doesn’t offer one-click install.
The WordPress Dashboard – an overview of the main features of your Admin area.
Creating a New Post – how to create a new post and some of the tools available for that.
Edit an Existing Post – how to tidy up a post, make changes, correct errors, etc.
Categories and Tags – understanding the difference between these two important features of WordPress.
Creating and Editing Pages – how to make your blog or site more functional with specific pages.
Adding Images – how to sex up your content with the right image.
Embedding Video – a key tool for many bloggers, this shows you how to use video on your blog posts.
Media Library – understand what your media library is, how to compile an image archive and more.
Managing Comments – should you moderate, assign filters, and more in this video about a blog’s most active section.
Creating Links – how to drive more traffic to older posts with clever link strategies.
Changing the Theme – spruce up your look and feel with a new design. This will show you the free options as well as the premium ones.
Widgets – the lifeblood behind a blog’s functionality, turn yours into a powerhouse with the right widgets and where they should be placed.
Custom Menus – make your blog easy to navigate as well as functional with the right menu options.
Plugins – the beauty of WordPress is the sheer amount of customization you can do with plugins, from better SEO to ecommerce options, social sharing and much more.
Adding Users – how to create a multi-author blog, and set parameters for their use of the blog.
Tools – get up-to-speed with importing and exporting content and more with these handy WordPress tool tips.
Settings – make your life easier on your blog by only using the settings you need, versus those WordPress says you should use.