Frequently Asked Questions
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Sure. Just go here: The Complete Step-By-Step WordPress User Manual.
Yes. We offer an affiliate program for both the WordPress User Manual and WordPress Video Courses.
Both programs are FREE to join and commissions are paid to qualifying affiliates via PayPal.
Note: Links in the resources section of the manual point to our WordPress Video Courses at WPMasterclasses.com. If you plan to use the Rebrandable WordPress User Manual, we recommend becoming an affiliate of WPMasterclasses.com. This lets you earn commissions when users click on links in the manual and purchase access to the video courses (earn recurring commissions if users purchase the ‘All Access Pass’ membership for as long as users remain subscribed).
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The main content in the manual contains only information about using WordPress features, functions, and settings. The manual also contains “resources” sections with links to screenshot tutorials and video courses if users need additional help or information. The screenshot tutorials and video courses are hosted on sites that we manage.
Manual users can access the screenshot tutorials for FREE using direct links to these tutorials.
The video courses are not free but they are very affordable. The links used to access video courses may be direct or include an affiliate link, depending on which version of the manual you purchase:
- The Complete Step-By-Step WordPress User Manual includes direct links to the video course information pages.
- The Rebrandable WordPress User Manual allows you to add your affiliate link to the video courses site and earn affiliate commissions from sales of video courses generated from links in your rebranded manuals.
No. The manual is a PDF file and you cannot modify the content. This allows us to keep the content in the manual up-to-date.
Note: I am currently looking into offering an 'Elite' membership option for a very limited number of customers where I would make all the manual's source files available with full PLR and provide exclusive monthly lead generation content that WordPress website developers can use to generate more leads and clients for their services. More information about the proposed 'Elite' Membership option is available here.
You can purchase the manual now, register your interest in becoming an 'Elite' member and upgrade later if this option becomes available.
No. You cannot resell the manual. If you purchase the Rebrandable WordPress User Manual, however, you can distribute unlimited copies your rebranded manual. You can bundle it with your services and charge clients more, sell WordPress training as a service, use your rebranded copies as incentives for getting new customers to choose your services, entice subscribers to sign up to your newsletter, or include it as a bonus when selling or flipping sites, promoting affiliate offers, etc.
Yes. The manual and additional tutorials included in the manual’s resources section cover the new Gutenberg editor and its features extensively.
When users click on a link for more information about the video course, a cookie is placed on their web browser with your affiliate ID. If they purchase any video courses up to a year after clicking on a link, you will be credited for the sale. If users purchase the ‘All Access Pass’ membership you will earn recurring comissions for as long as users remain actively subscribed.
To become an affiliate of WPMasterclasses.com, click here.
You can make unlimited rebrandable copies of the manual for your business and distribute as many copies as you like to your clients, customers, subscribers, etc. for as long as you remain actively subscribed.
This allows you to:
- Create a personalized WordPress User Manual for every new client you service, and/or
- Create a generic WordPress User Manual branded with your details to include as incentives, bonuses, or gifts when selling products or services online.
For more information, go here: WordPress User Manual (Rebrandable)
The content in both versions of the manual is the same.
- Does not display the WPTrainingManual.com logo or include author details, so you can rebrand it with your own company name and website address.
- Lets you personalize the manual with your client’s name.
- Lets you earn affiliate commissions from sales of recommended video courses listed in the manual’s resources sections.
- Has an annual subscription to cover the cost of keeping the content up-to-date and creating unlimited rebrandable copies of the manual.
Keeping content about WordPress up-to-date is difficult, challenging, and time-consuming. I have been creating WordPress training content (e.g. courses, workshops, guides, and tutorials) since 2011 and I have invested years of work into planning and building systems to address these challenges, including a document management system that allows us to keep the content in the manual up-to-date and track changes, version numbers, date of last updates, etc.
We also keep up-to-date with the latest changes to WordPress from various sources, including our own customers (i.e. if you notice something in the manual that needs to be updated, let us know and we’ll review and update the content).
To learn more about how we manage content and keep the manual up-to-date, go here: Document Management.
Yes. The content in the WordPress User Manual is completely up-to-date and relevant for the latest WordPress version. It also includes up-to-date content on WordPress Gutenberg.
We only store basic details about your account and orders to provide customer support, access to lost passwords, etc. We do not store credit card details or any other sensitive information about customers.
The Rebrandable WordPress User Manual lets you rebrand the manual with the following details:
- Your Company Name
- Your Company’s Website Address
- Your Client’s Name
- Your Affiliate ID for WPMasterclasses.com (earn commissions on sales of video courses – to become an affiliate, go here.)
Once the manual has been rebranded, you can share it online, or download it to your hard drive as a distributable PDF file.
Your company name, website address and client’s name or business name will display in the header and footer of all pages of the manual and all links to video courses in the manual will contain your affiliate ID, so if users purchase any of the video courses up to a year after clicking on a link in the manual, you will be credited for the sale (if users purchase the ‘All Access Pass’ membership you will earn recurring comissions for as long as users remain subscribed).
For more information, go here: WordPress User Manual (Rebrandable)
The annual subscription fee ensures that the Rebrandable WordPress User Manual and all manual documentation are kept regularly up-to-date for active members.
If you cancel your subscription:
- Nothing will happen to manuals or documents you have already distributed to clients, subscribers, etc.
- You keep all the documentation you’ve already downladed.
- You won’t have access to any updates we make to the rebrandable manual and/or document sections.
- You won’t have access to the rebranding tool.
Your purchase comes with a full 30-day no-risk, money-back satisfaction guarantee. Purchase the manual and if you’re not happy for any reason, contact us within 30 days to request a full refund.
If you do experience any problems, however, please contact us before requesting a refund, as we will always try to address and correct any issues with our products or service.
We accept PayPal payments and Stripe. You can pay with your credit card if you don’t have a PayPal account.
All the content has been written by me (Martin Aranovitch). I’ve been writing WordPress training content almost since the beginning of WordPress itself (you can read more about me here). Search my name on Google and you will probably find that most of the results relate to content I have written or published about WordPress.
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