Sign up at toastmost.org to try the WordPress-powered club website service demoed in our workshop (replay below).
Building on the foundation of WordPress, which is used by major publications like The New Yorker and marketing organizations like Disney, Toastmost provides clubs and districts with rich multimedia publishing tools — more ways of dramatizing the value of the Toastmasters experience. The Toastmasters-specific extensions demonstrated in our workshop allow your club to manage its agenda and take advantage of digital methods of doing business, such as a web-based membership application that offers new members the option of paying online.
“This allows us to step our game to the next level of professionalism”Carol Prahinski, Past International Director, on the value of the WordPress-powered Toastmost club website hosting service.
In this excerpt, Carol Prahinski addresses the issue of why you should consider Toastmost over free options like Free Toast Host.
The new 62toast.com is hosted on Toastmost, and adding the videos shown above was as easy as pasting a link from YouTube into the WordPress editor.
Additional documentation is at wp4toastmasters.com, including a complete course with short video clips on each phase of the website setup process.
If you have questions that were not addressed in the workshop, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org and include “District 62 workshop” in the subject line.
One thought on “Workshop Replay: Create a More Powerful Club Website”
Thank you, David Carr, for giving us the chance to see the new club websites. I can’t wait to get my home club up and running on this new WordPress platform!