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  • Alain Schlesser: Controlling WordPress Through The Command Line – Introduction to WP-CLI

    Alain Schlesser: Controlling WordPress Through The Command Line – Introduction to WP-CLI

    WordCamp Berlin 2017Speaker: Alain Schlesser

    May 22, 2017 — If you manage more than one WordPress website, you might have experienced situations where you needed to do the exact same operation on multiple websites. If you were clicking through the sites one-by-one and thinking that there should be a better way to manage what you are trying to do, I’ve got good news: there actually is!

    WP-CLI lets you control your WordPress sites through the command line, allowing you to do any operation across an arbitrary number of sites. This can save you minutes, hours, days or even weeks of work.

    I’ll start with a small introduction to the command line itself, and then continue with very easy and common scenarios where WP-CLI can save you large amounts of time with little to no effort.

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  • WordPress Community Interview With Rachael Dines

    WordPress Community Interview With Rachael Dines

    WordPress Community Interview SeriesSpeaker: Rachael Dines

    May 22, 2017 — Racheal Dines is a Chartered Marketer (marketing professional) for Shake It Up Creative near London England.

    Rachael attended and spoke at WordCamp London 2017. She brought her 10 month old son to the event and was able to take advantage of the Crèche that was being offered for the second year at WordCamp London.

  • Tools of the Trade (for Freelancer/Small Business Owner)

    Tools of the Trade (for Freelancer/Small Business Owner)

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Jason Mazier

    May 18, 2017 — Every small business owner needs to be a master of their craft, but they also have to master all aspects of their business, including project management, marketing, sales, finances, customer service, time management, and more. In this talk, you will learn about desktop/web apps, mobile apps, and other hacks that will make you run your business professionally and efficiently, while not breaking the bank.

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  • Michelle Schulp: DIY Design - Think Like A Designer When Creating Your Site

    Michelle Schulp: DIY Design – Think Like A Designer When Creating Your Site

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Michelle Schulp

    May 18, 2017 — Learn the tricks designers use to make websites attractive and effective. We’ll teach you the Most Important Question designers ask their clients, and how you can use it to your advantage when doing it yourself. Then, learn practical ways to apply it yourself to create attractive sites (using good design principles and simple rules for success) and effective sites (through basic exercises that help you develop and showcase your primary call to action).

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  • David Johnson: Getting Real Business Results from Your Content Marketing Efforts

    David Johnson: Getting Real Business Results from Your Content Marketing Efforts

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: David Johnson

    May 18, 2017 — The most effective content marketers use a strategic approach to ensure that the time, energy and money they invest in developing content has a measurable return on investment (ROI).

    Furthermore, for content to be effective, we often find that we need to distribute it in multiple ways: the web, social media channels, and email, just to name a few.

    In this session, we’ll talk about how to translate your content marketing strategy into real results for your business, including:

    * How to continuously improve your content based upon insights from your analytics & other sources
    * How to ensure your content gets the visibility it needs (major starting hint: use WordPress!!)
    * How to promote and “atomize” your content to get the maximum return on investment!

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  • Mason James: "Ask The Experts"

    Mason James: “Ask The Experts”

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Mason James

    May 18, 2017 — Mason is passionate about remote work culture and measuring support effectiveness. Mason manages customer expectations, troubleshooting, and consulting work with the same criteria – education to increase success.

  • Steven Alig: Managing Multiple WordPress Websites in 2017

    Steven Alig: Managing Multiple WordPress Websites in 2017

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Steven Alig

    May 18, 2017 — With plugin, theme and core updates coming out on a continual basis, keeping your websites updated and secure can be a daunting task. Steven’s presentation will focus on tools and processes to ease the burden of managing multiple WordPress websites and keeping everything secure, backed up and safe.

  • Anthony Miyazaki: Building Your Expertise Branding Online - The What, The Why, and The How

    Anthony Miyazaki: Building Your Expertise Branding Online – The What, The Why, and The How

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Anthony Miyazaki

    May 17, 2017 — The success of small- and medium-sized technology consulting businesses is heavily dependent on how the front-line consultants are perceived by potential clients. This personal/professional branding relies on communicating several key factors such as Expertise, Ethics, Effectiveness, and Efficiency. In this presentation, my goal is to move your personal brand, as well as your organizational brand, to where it needs to be to not only attract the right clientele or employers, venture capitalists, etc., but also to allow you to command the type and amount of compensation that will allow you to meet your various goals. We’ll discuss the What, the Why, and the all-important How to make sure that the right people understand your expertise in the right way.

  • Jayda Washington, Victoria Dameus, Alicia Eugene and Titus Brinley: Kids Panel

    Jayda Washington, Victoria Dameus, Alicia Eugene and Titus Brinley: Kids Panel

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speakers: Jayda Washington, Victoria Dameus, Alicia Eugene, Titus Brinley

    May 17, 2017 — An insightful interview with several youths ages 6-14. The focus? How they publish on the web in 2017.

    What tools do they use? What are their friends using, and why? Do they publish with WordPress?

    Why are these questions important to the larger WordPress community? Because it’s vital for current WordPress users, developers, and product maker to know what the next generation is using. When it comes to technology, you don’t adapt – you die. And getting an insight to how youth is publishing on the web is one way to figure that out.

  • Sandy Edwards: Kids And Code

    Sandy Edwards: Kids And Code

    WordCamp Miami 2017Speaker: Sandy Edwards

    May 17, 2017 — This session is all about kids and code. We will discuss why you should teach your kids to code. We will cover how to teach your kids to code. We will even talk about how to keep your young bloggers safe online. We will cover resources and what you as a parent, or teacher need to know to make sure your child is ready for the future in code.

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