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McBuzz WordPress Tutorials in Video Format

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WordPress Websites

wordpress - copyright (c) WordPress.orgMcBuzz Communications builds custom WordPress Websites and blogs for businesses and nonprofit organizations. We have been doing so for over three years. Mark McLaren is an active member of the Seattle, WA, WordPress community. He has been a speaker at WordCamp Seattle and WordCamp Portland and has given a number of presentations on business blogging and WordPress websites in the Greater Seattle area.

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An Introduction to WordPress

What is WordPress?
WordPress is a free, Web-based software program that anyone can use to build and maintain a website or blog. Its creators call it a “personal publishing platform” because it was originally intended as an easy way to set up a blog. But, thanks to the efforts of a large “open source” community of WordPress programmers working all the time to extend and improve its capabilities, WordPress has become much more than just a tool for bloggers. [Continue reading…]