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How To Create Contents On Your Site With WordPress PrintStore?

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Dear our beloved customers,

It can be said that the main content is a bridge to help business owners and customers interact and find each other. Sellers pass a piece of content to convey information, while shoppers will find that information to understand and buy the product. Thus the content is extremely important in life and especially in sales. Despite the eye-catching image of such creativity, can you fully express the content in a photo? Definitely impossible.

But the important thing is that when building an article content we need to arrange the layout so that it is best for the user. To do that, learn more in the article below.

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Your web site certainly does not lack the following items:

  • Create a new page with NBT Solution: you just need to drag and drop to create a complete page.
  • Create a post: Post which becomes an integral part of a website helps the reader understand deeply the providers
  • Create FAQs: Create a list of frequently asked questions and answers on a particular topic

Watch the video below for a quick overview of the NBT solution:

Create a post

Go to Post > Add new > Enter title post, content, categories, …

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Create a post

Create FAQs

Go to FAQs > Add new > Add heading > Add row

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Create FAQs

Not only stop at the features you see, but we also provide the customization service based on your demand with a strong experienced support team and professional working style.

See you at the next post! Thanks for watching my post. If you have any question,  feel free to feedback here. I and colleagues are willing to support you. Goodluck!

Best regards. 
Have a nice day!

Vincent
Sales Consultant Manager

Skype: live:vincent_4281
Phone/ whatsapp: +84 868 901 261
Email: vincent@cmsmart.net

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