December 23, 2012 — Brad will talk about ways that blogging hobbyists can take their passion to the next level. Topics will include workflow, search engine utilization, content sharing networks, how to approach larger publications for guest posting and potential revenue sources.
October 30, 2013 — This talk shows how to make your mistakes on paper or simple desktop and online tools before you commit to a server. Fast, Good, Cheap; Choose two. Do it Good and on the Cheap. It may take a little longer but it will be Right.
January 4, 2013 — John Housholder discusses the future of WordPress in Nashville, the Nashville Meetup, WP Nashville, and future business opportunities within the WordPress community in Nashville.
December 17, 2012 — Anna talks about how you can optimize your WordPress site for Search Engines in 3 simple steps. She focuses on 2 main Search Engines, Google and Bing and different tools that can be used to optimize websites.
October 30, 2013 — This talk walks you through organizing content through posts and pages, best practices for making your content reader friendly and a few tips to make life simpler for you on WordPress.
December 14, 2012 — So you’ve been developing in WordPress for quite a while, or maybe you’re just getting used to the paradigms. WordPress packs a powerful punch, but just how far have you ventured into the codebase? Let Otto and Nacin explain and demonstrate some of their favorite concepts and tools available.
November 1, 2013 — In this talk learn how to protect your site from four different hacks with solid, best practice safeguards.