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Wordpress How to Professor Launches Downloadable Video Library
Wordpress How to Professor has launched WP 3.O training module with a twist – students and customers have the ability to download more than 200 tutorials equaling 30 hours of Wordpress centric training.
Founded in 2003, Wordpress has become the premier platform for tens of millions with wide ranging demographics which include everyone from hobby bloggers to Fortune 500 companies. With demand for training curriculum showing no signs of slowing anytime soon, immediate, real-time training has become critical for a business' long term success regardless of geo-target industry focus.
A revolutionary concept has been introduced by iMarkedy’s Wordpress Professor for those seeking both Wordpress training videos as well as an opportunity to launch their own Wordpress PLR (private label rights) business offer which allows for download of more than 200 video tutorials providing more than 30 hours of Wordpress centric training.
When asked why iMarkedy chose to break the mold established by subscription based websites which protect content and never allow direct download access, Marketing Director B.D. Dale commented – “Over the last several years in the CMS (content management system industry, there has been significant upsurge for ‘on demand’ training solutions. If those desiring immediate education solutions yet may not and have immediate access to an Internet connection or restricted by employer Internet restrictions desire to build their (Wordpress) competency, where does that leave them? So often, we hear from our customers and students stories of beginning training in workplaces during public transportation commutes and even on ‘work breaks’. By allowing direct download to any digital device with allowable memory space, entrepreneurs are given the ability to train in the place and at the time of their choosing”.
iMarkedy’s prices range from $79 upwards of $197 may be a concern for most desiring to receive these easy-to-understand training opportunities. When asked why not competitively price education offerings, Mr. Dale further commented –
“There are a host of ‘competitively’