Go virtual with your business using Zoom

Go virtual with your business using Zoom

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Can we talk about Zoom for a sec? Anyone else got Zoom overwhelm? I know I do!

Right now there’s a whole lot of uncertainty among independent business owners, especially those of us who are used to providing services off-line and meeting with people in-person. 

Maybe right now…

  • You’re feeling a little overwhelmed with the sudden shift to everything online.
  • You’re not sure what you could be doing virtually.
  • You’re not sure if your tech is up to spec or how to use the software.
  • You’re not sure if what you offer will still work in today’s uncertain times.
  • You’re hearing whispers they might not buy from you at this time or in this way.

Or maybe you’ve been feeling…

  • I know I have something to offer.
  • I know my ideal clients could REALLY still want to work with me.

But the BIG burning questions is…

“I don’t know HOW!”

If any of these barriers keep popping up in your way to rocking your biz in the new normal, come join me for a free training I’m hosting called, “Go Virtual!”

Learn how to take your services online and stay present in the virtual world. I’ll take you through a simple process teaching how to use video conferencing software to take your services online and stay connected to your audience without face-to-face contact. 

Join me – at 11am EST Monday, March 30th.

Launching your own site? Do it right

You've put a lot of time into setting up your own website or sales page. Make sure it does what you need it to do by launching it right.

My Pre-Launch Checklist will walk you through all the checks and best practices to make sure you have in place before you launch your new site or page. You don't want to miss some of these steps - you'd be leaving money on the table!

Online Course Training for Teachers

Online Course Training for Teachers

teacher trainingAre you looking for training for teachers to learn how to teach online? Looking for a resource to help your staff get comfortable with online teaching tools like Zoom and Google Classroom? We can help!

WPMaster.me Founder Kate M. Gilbert has 12+ years experience teaching adults how to be more comfortable with technology. Kate has been using Zoom as a live video learning tool on a daily basis, providing hands-on web support to small business owners who don’t have an in-house IT team. And now she’s available to help YOU shift your services to the web so that in-person proximity isn’t a requirement in your business.

Live Group Training for Teachers, In-Person or Via Zoom

Is your school or learning center readying to shift to an online-only learning environment? We’re here to help!

Invite Kate M. Gilbert from WPMaster.me to lead your group of educators in a live Zoom training – over Zoom, or in-person for local schools. Every educator who attends will leave with Zoom installed on their device, and a comfort with the software that lets them get going with online teaching.

Customized Live Training

Your group training will focus on the tools and processes your team needs to succeed

Software Implementation

Every trainee will leave with the software installed and working on their device

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Support Where You Need It

We provide the IT support your team needs to succeed in taking your teaching online

Your Partner in eLearning

Get your teachers online the right way and avoid mishaps and lost class time.

Contact Us for Teacher Training Inquiries

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Launching your own site? Do it right

You've put a lot of time into setting up your own website or sales page. Make sure it does what you need it to do by launching it right.

My Pre-Launch Checklist will walk you through all the checks and best practices to make sure you have in place before you launch your new site or page. You don't want to miss some of these steps - you'd be leaving money on the table!

How to Create and Share a Folder on Google Drive

How to Create and Share a Folder on Google Drive

Need to share a folder of files but it’s too big for sending over email? The easiest way to share your files (and to keep them organized) is by using Google Drive. All you need to do is create a Google Drive folder, upload your files and share that folder with your designer.

If you’re a Google or GSuite user, I recommend you create and share a folder on Google Drive. This article shows how to create your folder, fill it with files, and share it with a recipient on Google Drive.

How to Create A Google Drive Folder

  1. While signed into your Google account, go to drive.google.com.
  2. Click the “+ New” button in the top left-hand corner of your screen, and then select Folder.
  3. Enter the name for your folder.
  4. Hit “Create”.

It is as simple as that. For more information on organizing your files with Google Drive, click here.

But now that you created it, you will need to share it.

How to Share A Google Drive Folder

There are several ways to share a Google Drive Folder, but I am going to cover how to create a share link.

  1. While signed into your Google account, go to drive.google.com.
  2. Click the folder you would like to share.
  3. Click “Share”. It can be found by expanding the drop down menu under the folder name.
  4. At the top right, click Get shareable link.
  5. Next to “Anyone with the link,” click the Down arrow. Here you can choose what permissions you would like them to have.
  6. Copy and paste the link in an email or any place you want to share it.

It is super easy.

If you want to learn more ways to share your Google Drive Folders, check out this article.

Can’t figure it out? I’m happy to help! Head over to the WPMaster.me homepage to schedule a time to connect for live 1-on-1 help.

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