‘blogging’ Videos

  • RC Lations: Tracking Meaningful Moments on Your Site

    RC Lations: Tracking Meaningful Moments on Your Site

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2015Speaker: RC Lations

    September 29, 2015 — We all like to see stats on how our site is doing – but without context, the numbers don’t tell us very much. What we really care about are milestones – the story about what’s happening on the site and why. You want to know when a new blog post you’ve written gets promoted on social media and causes a traffic surge on your site. You want to know when a product in WooCommerce suddenly stops selling – and more importantly why it stopped selling.
    In this talk we explore the types of meaningful data and context you want to harvest from your site, and discuss techniques for setting up intelligent alerts to give you not just data about what’s happening – but context to tell you why it’s happening, and why it matters.

  • Elayna Fernandez: Take Your Blog From Blah To Bold - Create Credibility, Visibility & Profitability

    Elayna Fernandez: Take Your Blog From Blah To Bold – Create Credibility, Visibility & Profitability

    WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2015Speaker: Elayna Fernandez

    September 29, 2015 — Let’s face it, blogging is a profitable practice and if you’re not doing it, you’re missing out. But how do you know you’re doing it right? In her presentation, Elayna Fernandez, award-winning Marketing Master Trainer, will teach you exactly how you can become a credible, visible, and profitable blogger so you can increase your influence, impact, and income.

    In this session, you will learn:

    3 Common Reasons Why Blogging Isn’t Working For You (And How To Fix It)
    7 Little Changes That Will Make A Big Difference With Your Blog Success
    7 Horrible Mistakes You Could Be Making With Your Blog
    The Ultimate Checklist For A Successful Blog Post That Both Google and Your Readers Love
    13 Tools Every Blogger Should Be Using To Get The Results They Want
    and much more!

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  • Michal Kopecký: Blog na stereoidech

    Michal Kopecký: Blog na stereoidech

    WordCamp Prague 2015Speaker: Michal Kopecký

    September 28, 2015 — 5 rôznych typov článkov a ako ich využiť pre získavanie návštevnosti na blog. Ako zarobiť na blogu a spraviť si z toho živobytie, ako premieňať návštevníkov na svojich klientov + nové návyky tvorby obsahu.

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  • Élise Desaulniers and Marianne Prairie : Discussion entre blogueuses – « la parole des femmes sur le Web »

    Élise Desaulniers and Marianne Prairie : Discussion entre blogueuses – « la parole des femmes sur le Web »

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speakers: Élise Desaulniers, Marianne Prairie

    September 21, 2015 — Marianne Prairie a découvert sa vocation féministe à l’université après avoir constaté l’absence des femmes dans les nouvelles technologies. Tout en menant une carrière de gestionnaire de projet web indépendante, elle fait partie du quintette artistique et humoristique Les Moquettes Coquettes, groupe qui a sévi à la télévision, à la radio, sur les planches, dans la presse et sur le web.

    Pendant sa première grossesse en 2007, elle crée le blogue Ce que j’ai dans le ventre qu’elle continue toujours d’alimenter au rythme des frasques familiales et des aberrations entourant « l’être mère ». L’année suivante, elle lance avec une amie le blogue collectif Je suis féministe, une plateforme d’expression pour les jeunes féministes francophones, devenu au fil des ans un incontournable du web féministe (tous des projets réalisés sous WordPress !)

    Au printemps 2015, Marianne Prairie et Élise Desaulniers faisaient partie de la quarantaine de blogueuses québécoises à co-signer un billet collectif intitulé « Misogynie 2.0: harcèlement et violence en ligne » où elles dénonçaient l’omniprésence du cybersexisme dans nos conversations en-ligne. Prendre la parole sur le Web, bloguer, c’est souvent s’exposer au paternalisme, au « mansplaining », à des attaque à notre intégrité physique.

    Quelle est la réalité des femmes qui prenne parole en-ligne ? Comment gérer les commentaires sur nos blogues? Le public a t-t-il un rôle à jouer ? Et la technologie ? Est-il possible de faire en sorte d’encourager l’expression personnelle et la conversation constructive tout en protégeant les personnes vulnérables? C’est la discussion qu’elles souhaitent avoir avec les participantEs du WordCamp.

  • Alicia Lewis Murray: The Business of Blogging - Does Your Business Need a Blog to Succeed in Content Marketing

    Alicia Lewis Murray: The Business of Blogging – Does Your Business Need a Blog to Succeed in Content Marketing

    WordCamp Asheville 2015Speaker: Alicia Lewis Murray

    September 16, 2015 — By the end of the The Business of Blogging, you’ll be able to answer the question: Does my business need a blog? I’ll cover what it takes to build a blog, how much time it takes to sustain a blog, and common blog mistakes businesses make. Session attendees will also learn about content marketing and how to curate great content without having a blog. I’ll include resources and WordPress plug ins that make blogging easier. And, we’ll learn how to hire a Virtual Assistant if you don’t think you can do this alone!

    Takeaways

    Common blog mistakes businesses make and how to avoid them
    Resources to find content if your business doesn’t have a blog.
    Tips on finding and hiring a great Virtual Assistant to help you with your company’s social media, blog, or content marketing

  • Jim MacKenzie and Sarah Giavedoni: The Goldilocks Zone - Finding the Perfect Length for Blog Posts

    Jim MacKenzie and Sarah Giavedoni: The Goldilocks Zone – Finding the Perfect Length for Blog Posts

    WordCamp Asheville 2015Speakers: Jim MacKenzie, Sarah Giavedoni

    September 11, 2015 — One of the most common questions bloggers have is how long to make their posts. This presentation examines the needs of your personal or professional blog, as well as your writing style, and weigh them against how length affects share-ability and search rankings.

  • Shannon Smith: Share Your Success Story

    Shannon Smith: Share Your Success Story

    WordCamp Montréal 2015Speaker: Shannon Smith

    September 10, 2015 — Do you have a blog? Is it fun, interesting, great looking, or inviting? This is not a typical presentation. Instead, it is an informal, audience-participation activity where you are invited to share your blogging success story, in 5 minutes or less. Bilingual activity.

    Avez-vous un blogue amusant, intéressant, jolie, ou accueillant? Ceci n’est pas une présentation typique, mais une session informelle où vous êtes invités de partager, en 5 minutes ou moins, vos réussites en blogage. Activité participative et bilingue.

  • Liesl Barrell and Dan Levy: Writing Gooder - How to Blog in the Big Leagues

    Liesl Barrell and Dan Levy: Writing Gooder – How to Blog in the Big Leagues

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speakers: Liesl Barrell, Dan Levy

    August 21, 2015 — You’ll learn are practical tips from the perspectives of both writer and editor on how to improve your skills, along with some tricks and tools that’ll help you slay that blank page faster than you can say, “Hello, World!”

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  • Jen Hooks: Jetpack Essentials for the Beginner Blogger

    Jen Hooks: Jetpack Essentials for the Beginner Blogger

    WordCamp North Canton 2015Speaker: Jen Hooks

    August 21, 2015 — Jen’s talk focuses on the essentials of the Jetpack plugin for the casual blogger, beginning with installation of Jetpack, connecting to WordPress.com, and how to get help from Jetpack Happiness Engineers. An overview of the benefit of using Jetpack instead of multiple individual plugins will be discussed, and Jen spends some time talking about the most exciting and important modules within Jetpack for the publisher user, such as Publicize, WordPress.com stats, Sharing, Photon, and beautiful Tiled Galleries and Carousel

  • Andrea Bishop: Blogging On The Go

    Andrea Bishop: Blogging On The Go

    WordCamp Montréal 2014Speaker: Andrea Bishop

    August 17, 2015 — Inspiration can be a fickle friend. Miss the moment and sometimes it’s difficult to get it back. Why not write whenever inspiration strikes and embrace mobile blogging? This presentation will be packed with tips for posting from your mobile devices and managing your blog whether you use WordPress.org or WordPress.com. We talk about:
    1. WordPress mobile apps
    2. Writing posts, uploading photo and video from your phone.
    3. Blog management from within the apps
    4. Post by Email
    5. Letting connected social accounts work for you

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