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Stop by after work to learn:
* How to update your website menu.
* How to add images and color to your website.
* How to use WordPress to generate more sales for your business.
* How to set up an e-commerce store with WordPress.
* AND Get your WordPress questions answered by one of the most experienced WordPress trainers in the WORLD!
WHERE & WHEN & REGISTRATION
WHEN: Thursday December 3 from 6-7:30pm.
WHERE: Southdale Library, Ethel Berry Room, 7001 York Ave S, Edina, MN 55435
PARKING: FREE parking lot!
WHEN: Thursday December 6 from 6:30-7:30pm.
WHERE: Roosevelt Library, 4026 S 28th Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55406
PARKING: Plenty of FREE street parking!
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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Toby Cryns is widely-recognized as the best WordPress trainer in town and as a go-to resource worldwide for WordPress training.
He has taught WordPress to businesses large and small, including at events such as MIMA Summit, MinneWebCon, WordCamp, WordUp, Prestige Conference, and more!
Toby’s unique perspectives on business & tech stem from a non-traditional professional background (ABC Network News, sports reporter, political campaign staff) and an uncharacteristic upbringing (milking goats was his first job).
A community-builder at heart, Toby Cryns has helped get a handful of businesses, user groups, and conferences off the ground in Minneapolis. The creator of six free & open source WordPress plugins which are available on WordPress.org and two awesome musical performances which can be found on iTunes, the founder of numerous podcasts & blogs, he is also an active participant in local Arduino, Raspberry Pi, WordPress, and open-source tech communities.
He has been a featured presenter on various business- and WordPress-related events (WordCamps, WordUps, MIMA Summits, MinneWebCons, MinneBars, UnSummits, and more). Additionally, he is a regular guest on podcasts, blogs, etc. In his free time, he teaches WordPress and WordPress-related coding skills at various colleges and venues around town and is a believer in and product of free public education.
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