‘blogging’ Videos

  • Brian Clark: The Simple 5-Step Strategy for Attracting an Audience

    Brian Clark: The Simple 5-Step Strategy for Attracting an Audience

    WordCamp Orange County 2017Speaker: Brian Clark

    June 16, 2017 — Never face the “blank page blues” again! In this presentation from blogging pioneer and Copyblogger founder Brian Clark, he reveals his process for developing a winning content strategy for any niche or industry. This simple 5-step process will provide you with the hands-on methodology that you can use to understand exactly who your audience is, what information they need, and how they need to “hear” that information.

  • Rob Walch: Why Bloggers MUST Podcast

    Rob Walch: Why Bloggers MUST Podcast

    WordCamp Kansas City 2017Speaker: Rob Walch

    May 6, 2017 — This session will go over Bloggers need to Podcast to stand out from the crowd. How to best add a podcast to a WordPress site. Where to promote and submit your podcast. And of course a Q&A for the Audience.

  • Scott Fisk: Photography for Websites

    Scott Fisk: Photography for Websites

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speaker: Scott Fisk

    April 13, 2017 — You do not have to be a professional photographer to take (and find) quality photos for a website. Anyone who learns basic photo composition. Composition will be discussed. Learn how to take top-notch photographs geared specifically for implementation in website design.

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  • Barbara Damiano: Da 0 a 100 mila page view/mese in sei mesi con WP

    Barbara Damiano: Da 0 a 100 mila page view/mese in sei mesi con WP

    WordCamp Torino 2017Speaker: Barbara Damiano

    April 13, 2017 — Professione Blogger.

    La mia ricetta per far crescere un blog verticale con WP: i plugin necessari, le caratteristiche dell’hosting, l’analisi del mercato, la redazione di un piano editoriale da urlo con SEO naturale.
    Obiettivo: raggiungere la soglia di 100mila pv/mese per iniziare a monetizzare il blog.

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  • Myndee Corkern: Using Social Media to Grow Your Blog

    Myndee Corkern: Using Social Media to Grow Your Blog

    WordCamp New Orleans 2016Speaker: Myndee Corkern

    April 3, 2017 — “If you blog it, they will come.”

    Unfortunately this Field of Dreams reference isn’t true. These days, if you blog it, post it to Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and send it to your email list, they *might* come. Learn inside tricks to help leverage social media to grow your website plus create engaged, loyal fans and customers.

  • Andy Nathan: Blogging for Business

    Andy Nathan: Blogging for Business

    WordCamp St. Louis 2017Speaker: Andy Nathan

    March 30, 2017 — Blogging can be one of the best methods for driving inbound leads into your business. Yet, the biggest challenge many small business owners face is not whether they need a blog, but how to build a blog that brings in business.

  • Garrett Heath: Has Your Blog Become a Vampire?

    Garrett Heath: Has Your Blog Become a Vampire?

    WordCamp San Antonio 2016Speaker: Garrett Heath

    March 10, 2017 — Remember what it was like when you first set up your blog? You were full of piss and vinegar and incredibly excited. It may have sustained you during a rocky time at work or in your personal life. It was a life force that energized you. After all, people would be reading what you had to say.

    Then it happened. Your blog moved from being a life force to a life suck, taking away all the joy that you originally had. Updating it became a chore; you exhaled an audible groan every time you opened up wp-admin. Your blog turned into a vampire (and not of the Twilight variety).

    This talk is geared around the four types of blog vampires I’ve encountered and strategies to help make personal blogging fun again. Regardless of where you are on your blogging journey, vampires abound, including:

    The No One Is Reading My Blog Vampire—this is where a blogger becomes so despondent after realizing that no one, not even their friends and family, are reading their blog

    The Keeping Up with the Jones’s Vampire—this is where a blogger starts comparing themselves to others and has a feeling of inadequacy/jealousy
    Getting Caught Up in the Fame of (Minor) Celebrity—this is where the blogger gets an inkling of fame and PR people reach out along with the endless invites; but it’s to things they may not care about
    The Administrative Vampire—this is where the blogger gets mired down in all the SEO/tagging/socialing/posting minutiae and hates life
    All these vampires make you want to just give up. But that flicker of light from the life force still draws you in. You feel confused on what to do and mostly trapped—I mean, isn’t this supposed to be fun? Having personally experienced all of these types of blog vampires, I’ll walk through strategies to vanquish them so you can enjoy the joys of blogging once again.

  • Joe Ponzio : Understanding the (Lack Of) Limitations of WordPress

    Joe Ponzio : Understanding the (Lack Of) Limitations of WordPress

    WordCamp Louisville 2016Speaker: Joe Ponzio

    February 25, 2017 — We all know that it’s not “just a blogging platform” anymore, but how do you handle client concerns when those “other” guys are pitching a more expensive “solution” and knocking you for pitching WordPress?

    In this talk, Joe Ponzio will discuss the differences and limitations of WordPress with concrete examples of some of the amazing things that those “other” guys just don’t know how to do in WordPress. You’ll learn when WordPress is the right solution for your website (hint: it usually is) and when it’s not. We’ll shatter some misconceptions along the way and uncover how the guts of WordPress are the same guts those “other” guys are proposing, they just don’t want to understand it.

  • Scott Huntley: Three Incredibly Nerdy But Ultimately Pointless Topics

    Scott Huntley: Three Incredibly Nerdy But Ultimately Pointless Topics

    WordCamp Sydney 2016Speaker: Scott Huntley

    February 6, 2017 — In this presentation, Scott’s going to talk about three incredibly cool and nerdtastic things, which ultimately aren’t of much use. What’s the smallest computer that can run WordPress, and can you lose your blog in your sofa cushions?

    Does WordPress have a sibling, and just who is this mysterious member of the family?

    Have you ever wanted a Pherlog – not a Phlog – a Pherlog, and what’s everyone’s favourite rodent?

    And is exploring weird and crazy off-the-wall topics truly a waste of time, or will you learn something useful after all?

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  • Patrick Mahinge: Building Niche Blogs from Scratch

    Patrick Mahinge: Building Niche Blogs from Scratch

    WordCamp Nairobi 2016Speaker: Patrick Mahinge

    January 25, 2017 — Patrick demonstrates how to extend the power of WordPress. The session introduce attendees on how to run a niche website using WordPress. Patrick has a blogging experience from 2012, started a niche blog on WordPress and turned it into a full time 6-figure business in only 6 months.