I get a "throwaway" digital email every day, and have gotten this email for years. Sometimes, the information is a little out there, but every once in a while, the topic is fantastic.
On my 14 July 17 email, the topic was WordPress. WordPress was called "the Google of website building applications". The article stressed that WordPress was easy to use, and suggested that learning how to use WordPress could mean a "goldmine" as you could market yourself as a site builder after becoming proficient in WprdPress use.
The article recommended building a couple of sites before marketing your skills. The author mentioned that most websites included the same features such as a title, content, links, and pictures. As you learned more, other features would be used including social media plug-ins, and advertisements to name a couple.
WordPress was called "the number 1 website publishing platform".
The publication then advised the reader to advertise himself as a website builder once WordPress was mastered. The author recommended offering your services to small businessmen and businesses who might have an interest in having an internet presence. And let's face it, everyone is interested in having an internet presence these days.
This is yet another example of the value of WA in teaching us how to master a skill which can produce income.