Michael Williams has been interested in blogging and creating websites for way too long. In fact, so long ago that he can’t even remember exactly when it all started. However, he does remember why he got into the whole blogging thing.
For many years, Michael found himself working in an international school trying to work out what to do with himself all day because, quite honestly, international school teachers don’t actually do very much.
At about the same time, a church friend wanted to set up a website for his business but didn’t know how to go about it, so he asked Michael if he could help. Of course, Michael didn’t know anything about setting up websites either, but he did have time on his hands.
Additionally, he remembered what Richard Branson said about being offered a job and not knowing how to do it. Accept the job, and then learn how to do it. With that in mind, after a couple of weeks, he had a finished product that was really rather good. Michael discovered two things in the process of building his first website:
1. Richard Branson was right.
2. It wasn’t exactly difficult.
To cut a very long story short, friends told friends, then those friends told more friends and so on, and a business was born.
Of course, Michael also learnt a lot more than just how to set up a website. Soon enough, he was blogging, affiliate marketing, and dropshipping. And as Michael got older, he found that more and more of his friends, who were also getting older, were asking him how to get into blogging, affiliate marketing, or creating websites for their own businesses.
And that is how Technology for Technophobes came about.
Technology for Technophobes is a series of books teaching people of a certain age how to use technology. Each book shows its readers how to connect with technology in an easy-to-understand, step-by-step, begin-at-the-beginning and end-at-the-ending sort of way.
If you are looking for a way to learn about technology, whether blogging, affiliate marketing, or anything else technology-based, that doesn’t leave you pulling your hair out if you still have any, then Technology for Technophobes is what you have been looking for.