Last time out, we explored how to unlock the genius in you. Part of that was limiting the amount of time you spend on social media, unless you are engaging in social media marketing.
The internet provides a whole lot of educational resources. Due to this, anyone can be spoilt for choice and not know where to start. Below are some of the sites worth checking out. Kindly note that this is not definitive for everyone and may change according to someone’s educational preferences.
1. Google Digital Skills Program.
First off, there is need to sharpen your digital skills. The program, by Google, provides a free online course, usually about 89 lessons on the digital arena. Upon completion, one is awarded a certificate by Google (Who wouldn’t want that?)
The program covers various topics including websites, email marketing, social media, SEO and so much more. This is done through explanatory videos and texts; and evaluation tests at the end of every topic.
To begin, you register here.
One of the benefits of this course is that you get introduced into various concepts in the digital world. This is achieved through well-explained videos and text. The certificate, endorsed by Google, is something worth boosting your CV on.
2. WP BEGINNER
This is a go-to guide for anyone who owns a website, running on WordPress.
It features various well explained articles, including screenshots and videos on basically, how to do anything on WordPress. This is a handy tool for those who lack coding skills.
Want to check it out? Click here.
The site provides in-depth solutions to various issues that you may come across, while running your WordPress site while also providing tips on better user experience.
3. NEIL PATEL
A digital marketing guru, Neil Patel, provides long-form content on digital marketing and entreprenuership. This includes topics such as content marketing, email marketing and social media among others.
With well illustrated, 3000-word content, the blog provides a worthy guide for any digital marketer seeking to develop his skills. This is achieved through explanatory videos, infographics and text.
4. MARC & ANGEL
Feeling a little down and looking for inspiration? This site provides inspirational tips and advice through stories. Definitely, a site worth checking out, to keep you going on those down moments.
5. BLOGGER SIDEKICK
One of my favourite sites on blogging and content marketing matters. It provides various tips on how to build a successful blog for the growth of your business.
Do you have any other site worth checking out? Share with us on the comment section below.