This month we'll be featuring a series of shorter talks of about five-ten minutes each. We'll showcase a variety of tools that can help improve your sites and businesses, with the hope that everyone will walk away with something new to try! Kara Franco - Hemingway
Making Your Website Search Engine Friendly
Irina Blumenfeld - How to make your site more visible in Search Results What if there was a way that you could communicate directly with search engines? You could help Google understand your content and give them more information to make your website stand out in the search results. We'll talk
Starting and Managing your Business with WordPress in 2019
Adam Soucie - You’re Fired, Now What? A Guide to Starting Your Own Business In this talk, Impossibly Creative’s Adam Soucie walks you through the steps of setting up your own freelancing business after the worst has happened. Adam Soucie is the founder and CEO of Impossibly Creative, a small
How to Create a Child Theme, and Why You Shouldn’t Fear Gutenberg
How to Choose the Right Theme & Customize It the Right Way (Using a Child Theme) Geoff Myers, Digital Marketing Consultant & CEO of SimDex LLC This presentation and subsequent group discussion is meant for both beginners of WordPress (“choosing the right theme”) and intermediate users
Self Employed Thanks to WordPress & An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Contracts
Elizabeth Pampalone - How to Stay Self Employed During the Appocolypse Pricing/Contracts/Proposals for Design/Development Whether you have just started, or if you have been around a while, pricing, contracts and proposals can be a pain in your ... brain? Thing is, they are WAY less complicated
Notes From the May 2018 WordPress QA Meetup
Thank you to Marcus Burnette for taking notes of URLs and resources that we mentioned at the WordPress Orlando QA last night! Check out Marcus' post and website here: https://mburnette.com/blog/wordpress-orlando-qa-may-2018/ Here are some of the resources that we discussed while asked about
Getting Started with WordPress for Adults and Kids Alike!
John Hughes - My Journey as a WordPress Newbie - From Zero to Ready to Outsource in 2 Years What began 2+ years ago as an immediate need to build a website, with zero capital, due to a loss of employment, John embarked on what became a meteoric journey to build his initial website as well as a
Analytics are Awesome!
How do you find customers and how do you tailor your offerings to the customers that you want? Our speakers discussed choosing new audience segments, listening to your existing customers and visitors, and providing the proper marketing to those visitors to help you sell the right things to the right