Self sufficiency is great, but sometimes you simply haven’t time. No worries! I’m always around to lend a hand.
Take Control of Your Website
Once the design and layout of your website is in place, most are fairly easy to update on your own. You can save hundreds, even thousands of dollars over time, by skipping the technical support and doing it yourself.
edit your WordPress / Joomla website
edit your HTML pages via C-Panel
edit DIY websites with page builders
manage mailing list / newsletter accounts
manage social media accounts
Contact RhinoInk for More Information Regarding Tutorials
Tutorials available in-person, locally within Mississauga and near by areas.
Tutorials via Skype appointment are also available.
- Your CMS Administration PanelSpecializing in WordPress and Joomla, these pages are only accessible to assigned users (administrators, managers, editors…) These may appear to be complicated at first, but a guided tour with a little hands on practice will change that. If you can send an email, you can update a page, it’s that easy.
- Working With Page BuildersThey are supposed to make webpage layout easy for anyone, but unless you’re familiar with how they work and all that they offer, it can be a little frustrating. They are not all equally intuitive.
- Your Host's C-panelYes. you can update your basic HTML website through your host. Learn your way around the back end of your website in plain, non-techy English. You can also manage email accounts, create website back-ups and view visitor stats.
- Your Social Media PagesUsing social media to market your business is as essential as having just a website. The world is connected through sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube and the such. Why not take advantage of these? They’re free!
- Your SubscribersIf you do any kind of email marketing you really do need a subscription management service like Mail Chimp, Aweber or ConstantContact to conform to internet law. These let you create sign-up forms, manage assorted mailing lists and send out large volumes of email. They also have time delayed messages per new subscriber so you can set up a series of pre-formatted messages (welcome, here’s you free gift, here’s an offer…) Email service providers claim to be easy, but they are not always intuitive.