March 23, 2014 — This session looks at a couple of different options as to how you can handle multiple authors, whether they be guest bloggers or regular contributors. It also looks at options for creating a full blown editorial workflow with WordPress — one that will allow you to establish clear guidelines and processes for any team, whether it be a one person shop to multiple writers and editors.
June 28, 2013 — In this presentation personal insights area shared on how to streamline your editorial workflow, actively engage in social media, respond to every email, make new connections, and grow your business without losing any sleep.
June 26, 2013 — This presentation covers the 5 most common mistakes made by bloggers which can lead to lawsuits, and how to avoid them. Topics covered are legal pitfalls in: Written Content, Images, Video, Product Reviews and Product Sales.
June 15, 2013 — This presentation is an overview of the design process we use with our clients, guiding them to make strategy based decisions on theme design, use of WordPress Menus, page templates, widgets, and plugins to create customer focused websites that convert into new leads or sales.
June 8, 2013 — This presentation shares some knowledge about how to get started a little more adventurous in terms of some of the tweaks you can make to a theme to make it your own.
June 7, 2013 — This presentation is aimed at new users who are not yet familiar with how to navigate the WordPress admin area and what different areas do. It walks though each section and points out some recommended settings that will be helpful to slightly more advanced site editors.
June 6, 2013 — Most spam today is machine-generated by automated programs or “spambots” that trawl the net, but human spammers still play a part.
This presentation shows how we can reduce the incidence of spam on our WordPress sites without impeding the ability of clients, customers and website visitors to communicate, comment and contribute to your site.
May 28, 2010 — Steve Bruner showcases new aspects of customization available in the upcoming WordPress 3.0 release, including custom post types and the new menu management feature, using the new default Twenty Ten theme as an example.
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