WordPress Questions? Next #askMaintainn Twitter Event Is November 16

It turns out that people have reasonable WordPress questions for us and the #askMaintainn trend is catching on. On October 5, 2017, for one hour, Maintainn held the second #askMaintainn live Twitter event. Resident expert and Director of Client Services, Jim Byrom, played host, as he knowledgeably answered sincere questions and gracefully managed the friendly heckles of fellow WordPress experts. It was all in good fun.

One of the most pressing questions was the Gutenberg effect:

Because Benoît’s question came a little late, we answered via DM. So here’s the lowdown on how Gutenberg will affect our services and our clients:

 

And, of course, there was a question about pricing.

Just in time for preparing one’s business for the holidays, we also received a WooCommerce inquiry.

All in all, we feel satisfied to have contributed and shared our WordPress expertise with those in need of it. So, we’re doing it again!

Join Us for the Next #askMaintainn Twitter Event on November 16, Noon EST

John Hawkins, Business Development Manager

WHAT: #askMaintainn Twitter Event (You must use the hashtag so we find your question.)

WHEN: November 16, 2017, from Noon – 1 p.m. Eastern Time

WHERE: Twitter

HOW: Follow @maintainn and use the hashtag #askMaintainn to have your question addressed. John Hawkins, Director of Business Development (@VegasGeek), will be taking over the Maintainn account, so you can talk to him directly.

Would you like to know…

  • What else can Maintainn do for your business besides provide regular maintenance?
  • Why should you move your business to WordPress?
  • How can you secure your WordPress website against hacking?

Ask John anything about Maintainn or WordPress, and he will do his best to answer all questions. Until then, feel free to peruse our FAQs for any answers you need to know now.

See you on November 16 at noon EST! We’re looking forward to it.

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