Stephanie Wolfinger - Legal Matters for Small Business Owners Many of us are small business owners, and have to wear multiple hats on a daily basis. One hat that you don’t want to wear lightly is that of a legal expert. You may not have a lawyer to manage all aspects of your business, but they
Handling Content Debt
Irina Blumenfeld - Best practices for faster website Why is my site slow? I hear this a lot from people. In this presentation we'll discuss how you can test website speed, figure out what's causing loading delay, and what are the best practices you can implement to make your site load faster.
Reducing Anxiety for Developers and Marketers
Adam Soucie – Getting Back Up Again: Developing With Mental Illness Darkness is an old friend, and Orlando WordPress developer Adam Soucie has come to talk with you about it. He has battled depression, bipolar disorder, and come to terms with being on the transgender spectrum for over 15 years.
Meetup Notes: Developer and Client Transparency, and Optimizing your WordPress Blog
Jean Perpillant - The Value of Developer and Client Transparency. This talk I will discuss the necessity of honesty with clients from the discovery phase all the way post launch follow ups. I’ll also discuss the outlines of introverts and extraverts and how this plays a roll in choosing your next
Freeing Up Time With Website Automation
Josh Shashaty - Managing Multiple Sites The Right Way There are a variety of companies that offer WordPress management, but what if you want to do it yourself? Josh will cover techniques that anyone can use to manage multiple websites without letting any fall through the cracks. Josh discussed
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
Creating WP Content on the Go in Rio
Creating content on the go can be a challenge, but fortunately, tech tools and apps are making it easier to create compelling content from remote locations. Bess Auer will be sharing the tools and tactics she used in Rio de Janeiro when covering the Olympics Games. Live streaming and pre-recorded
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
Accessibility and Security on the Web
Helena Zubkow - Including Everyone: Web Accessibility 101 https://youtu.be/jb_sRERr5b8 If your website wouldn't work for anyone living in the state of New York, would that be a launch-blocker? Of course! So why are we ignoring the even larger population of people with disabilities? Designed