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It’s a new webinar series! We are so excited to announce our new webinar series as part of our Sentree Cares initiative. It’s another way that Sentree is giving back to the WordPress community, and partnering with some pretty amazing people to bring you the latest and best WordPress information.

WordPress is amazing and so flexible, that it’s possible to build your own website – for a blog, business, or nonprofit. But there’s a learning curve, too, and there are so many things you can do to always be improving your site.

This Webinar Series will focus on the things that can take your site from great to amazing, from safe to secure, and from static to dynamic.

Webinar Series Topics

Some of the topics we’ll cover in the series will include:

  • E-commerce
  • Security
  • Learning Management Systems
  • Page Builders
  • Hosting
  • Fundraising Online
  • Email Marketing
  • Blogging
  • Design
  • Social Media
  • Tips & Tricks

Webinar Guests

We’re partnering with some WordPress industry greats to bring you some amazing content. We can’t wait to open up registration as we get those webinars up and running.

So far, we’ve scheduled Topher DeRosia, Mike Demo, and Kathy Zant, and we’re super excited about it. Check out our schedule and registration for more information on each session, how to register, and when and where to participate.

The Power of WordPress

One of the things we love most about WordPress is the community around it. WordPress is powerful for online publishing. WordPress is amazing for e-commerce. WordPress can present your content in wonderful ways.

But it’s the people who make it amazing.

And that’s why we’re really excited about our Webinar Series. Sharing from the community to the community through our corner of the community.

If you’re interested in learning more and keeping on top of what we share, join our mailing list below.

Join Sentree for our new Webinar Series beginning in May!

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