Join Us On:
June 28th, 2023: 10-11:30am PST
You Are Invited…
Join SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger for Website Wednesdays, during which we will build amphibian-themed websites! You’ll learn:
- The fundamentals of WordPress, the world’s most powerful and most popular website development system.
- How to add posts, pages, images, videos, PDFs, and survey forms.
- How to design visually pleasing, mobile-optimized pages.
- Best practices for organizing educational content.
- The basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and how to ensure the search engines send you visitors from around the world, without paying for ads.
- Which plugins are absolutely essential, and which theme to use.
- And a whole lot more!
All this while building a real amphibian-themed website with Dr. Kriger, who founded Zero2Webmaster and has created over 20 websites, including the SAVE THE FROGS! site.
Register For The Event!
These events are free to attend. We will email you the login details once you register.
“I started building websites in 2008. We are fortunate to have amazing open-source web development software available to us these days. If you dislike the large tech companies, or big businesses who have too much control, being able to build your own website is one of the most effective ways for you to make your voice heard.“
– Dr. Kerry Kriger
Video Recording of The Inaugural Website Wednesdays
On March 8th, 2023 we built the World Frog Day website! Dr. Kerry Kriger taught the basics of the WordPress interface; how to add content and menu items; how to set the sitewide colors, and how to import in pre-built templates for quick website building.
Video Recording of The March 15th, 2023 Website Wednesdays
During Website Wednesdays on March 15th, 2023 we continued building out the World Frog Day website. Dr. Kerry Kriger showed how to add a blog post and ensure it is optimized for search engines. We also discussed adding images and choosing categories for posts and pages.
World Frog Day Website Stats
These are stats from exactly two weeks after we took the World Frog Day website live. Of interest:
– The site had 693 unique visitors from 47 countries in its first two weeks;
– The Musuem Of Modern Frog Art was the most visited page (more visitors than the homepage!);
– About two-thirds of the visitors were accessing the site through their mobile devices;
– Most visitors arrived via Facebook; Google has already begun sending organic traffic our way.