Websites For Doctors Who Educate Ep 2 WordPress Hosting Options.

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🧑‍💻In this episode, we look at how you can go about building a website for doctor who educate. By choosing a hosting platform for your WordPress site.

Tools used in this video series (note some of these are affiliate links and won’t cost you anything more to use but does help us out with our content):

For WordPress Platforms we recommend the following:

🧑‍💻FlyWheel Hosting:
🧑‍💻Elementor Page Builder:
🧑‍💻LifterLMS Learning Management System:
🧑‍💻Astra Theme:

If you are insane and want to host on something else here are the other links:

🧑‍💻Squarespace:
🧑‍💻Wix:
🧑‍💻Weebly:

I’ve paired up with Will Middleton from WP CourseGuide to bring you a series about how you can set up your own educational website quickly and easily.
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B-Roll footage on license to StoryBlocks

All Images used on License to Creative Commons or to DepositPhoto, Yay Images or StockUnlimited

Outro Music on License to AudioHero
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