March 20, 2017 — One in every four people that use WordPress use it as a means to support themselves or family. This powerhouse of a software is more than just code. WordPress is a vehicle for success and employment. Learn how WordPress can make all your financial dreams come true and build you a career path you can enjoy and be proud to have.
October 28, 2016 — A panel of experts cover the latest in keeping WordPress sites secure.
October 11, 2016 — Whether you are a weekend warrior building sites for your never ending ideas or a freelancer that has an ongoing list of clients using WordPress, it is soooooo important that you provide support for these sites.
This talk will share tools and techniques for making sure you can support your WordPress development for as long as it is online. Knowing the tools is one thing but knowing how to use them effectively is key.
January 7, 2016 — Ever thought about creating a Blogging Schedule to really take your blog to the next level? If you have you maybe asked yourself “How many post per week or month should I write?”. This is a tricky question and I want to help answer it with a method I developed called the 20/30 Rule. We will come back to that in a moment. First I would like you to imagine having an engaged audience that loves to read every new article you publish.
It has been proven that the best way to become an expert in your field is to write. So, what is holding you back? I bet the first thing is time and a close second for some is what to write about. For the purpose of this talk, you are going to be helped with the time portion of your blogging fear.
April 4, 2015 — We all love WordPress but know that things can go wrong from time to time. What if you knew exactly what to do whenever a WordPress issue arises? This can include anything from a theme or plugin issue all the way to those really bizarre things that can happen leaving you clueless how to troubleshoot them. No high level amount of technical experience needed with the tricks you will learn. Being equipped to handle WordPress issues can really help you keep things running smoothly on your site and focus on the fun stuff rather than hair pulling and other madness.