speaker | teacher | innovator | fan of non-geek | social media freak | animal lover | loves to laugh, often at himself
I love coaching and training WordPress users. In addition to my WordPress tutorials over on BobWPOnline.com, I do lots of online, one-on-one WordPress training and coaching and group training for organizations, businesses and corporations right here on this site.
I have been working with WordPress since 2008. When you hire me for WordPress training and coaching, you also get my 20+ years of marketing, print and web design, and entrepreneurship experience as well.
The best way to describe my WordPress training is that they are “non-geeky.” I keep things simple and straight forward. I’m not here to impress you with lines of coding that you cannot understand. Also, I don’t pretend to know everything. If you contact me I’ll let you know what I can and cannot do. One thing I see over and over when I get a return email is Thanks Bob, for being so honest.
And I will not promise that you will have a WordPress site up in just a few hours. Because that just bothers me to mislead people like that. It is entirely possible to create the site you want, but not in two hours.
So, yes, it’s true. I live and breathe WordPress.
Oh, and one more thing. I actually do have a life outside WordPress. Here are a few things you might not know about me:
I love any movie that Christopher Guest produces, from Spinal Tap to For Your Consideration.
I make the best veggie pizza on the planet.
I learned most of my life lessons from Curly of the Three Stooges.
I can never get enough of Monty Python or Fawlty Towers.
Most people don’t believe I’m an introvert. Only a few years ago my stomach would get tied up in a double knot at the thought of speaking to even 10 people.
I’m not a big fan of todays TV shows but will often read a crime fiction or horror novel in two nights.
My road to being an entrepreneur started with a job driving an ice cream truck, you know, the kind with that irritating, make-it-stop music.
I cherish all living creatures, and find it hard to kill even a nasty-looking spider.
I bartended in the days of “Harvey Wallbangers” and “Rusty Nails”.
I believe the amount of liquid in a glass has nothing to do with anything but thirst.