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Slides Creating a website for Tourism WordPress

Today I had the pleasure of teaching the first classes WordPressOrganized by the Tourist Board of the Costa Brava.

In class we have seen how a WordPress is installed in the domain of a company or a new domain and then customize have seen from or free from templates payment templates. We have also seen the plugin's how they work and how to convert a website monolengua one in as many languages ​​as you want.

The slides he had prepared for the class are (although I have not used almost ... since I've been explaining over the web we've created during class).

During class I have been referring to WordPress manual Alfonso Gonzalez wrote to facilitate the work of assistants and also to help them install WordPress without someone to guide them in person.
The manual can be read and downloaded here: Manual WordPress.

Although I have already indicated in the power point, if you want to see some templates for hotels, look at these links:

If you want to see the website of a hotel on WordPress, look at this: SixtyTwo Hotel Barcelona

On the internet you will find many more (I'll looking at having a time and will publish it here. If you have attended the course and create your page, please post in the comments and I'll look ... well the rest of the readers, I hope the comment.

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2.0 slideshow Turismo Rural - La Seu d'Urgell

Yesterday was held in La Seu d'Urgell the second of days devoted to Rural Tourism and Web 2.0.

As in the previous day, the first presentation was given by José Antonio Donaire who introduced us to Tourism 2.0Followed by a case study, this time was in charge of Tourism of the Seu who explained the operation of its online booking form. Following this presentation, Joan Giró, counselor explained the PIMESTIC Plan PIMESTIC.

Early afternoon began my presentation, which introduced the Web 2.0 tools that can be applied to promoting Rural tourismAs well as key success factors of a communication strategy 2.0.

The presentation with which I illustrated my paper is as follows:

Once I finished my talk, Joan Lopez, Creative studio Frame Works, Showed us how to move from 0.0, to 1.0, 1.5 and then to 2.0 (explained by voice is far less complicated).

As in the case of Tortosa I think they have been good days and attendees feel that they have made good use of the day. If only we repeat in more destinations Rural tourism.

We talk to each other.