‘Business Development’ Videos

  • Noel Tock: Moving Forward in WordPress

    Noel Tock: Moving Forward in WordPress

    WordCamp Stockholm 2016Speaker: Noel Tock

    December 4, 2016 — WordPress has created many opportunities for people all around the world, so many people are curious about how it could help them grow. In his talk, Noel will discuss the path to success for anyone interested in working with WordPress, remote working or generally being part of this movement.

  • Chris Flannagan: Do You Have A Launch Plan?

    Chris Flannagan: Do You Have A Launch Plan?

    WordCamp Montreal 2016Speaker: Chris Flannagan

    December 2, 2016 — Pretty exciting stuff, you’ve got a brand new website ready to launch! So what’s the plan? *crickets* Having an established plan for bringing your new site from staging to live is often overlooked and in turn causes minor to severe issues when you flip the switch. In this session we look at potential mishaps, how to avoid them and how to strategically build a launch plan.

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  • Karin Christen: The Journey From a Side Project to a WordPress Agency

    Karin Christen: The Journey From a Side Project to a WordPress Agency

    WordCamp Milano 2016Speaker: Karin Christen

    November 21, 2016 — One can have many reasons to form a WordPress agency. At required+ we didn’t think about becoming an agency in the first place. Initially we teamed up to build an online platform that scratched an itch in all of us, we simply wanted to try and prove a point with the idea we had. All of a sudden we were running a thriving job board for the Swiss web industry and had a beautiful side project to work on. In order to keep our creative freedom and sovereignty, we didn’t want to take money from venture capitalists or investors. Therefore we came up with a concept to keep us going while allowing space for our individual lifestyles. We started to take on interesting client projects, this way we continued to build interesting sites & apps.

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  • Ray Mitchell: Start Your WordPress Business This Weekend

    Ray Mitchell: Start Your WordPress Business This Weekend

    WordCamp Raleigh 2016Speaker: Ray Mitchell

    November 12, 2016 — You’re kinda interested in the “Business Track”, but what if you don’t already have a business? In this presentation, you’ll learn how to provide services to clients that match your skill set, and create your own WordPress business. With a little work, you can take a side gig and grow it into your full time enterprise.

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  • Caitlin Gevers: Click-to-Pay-to-Learn

    Caitlin Gevers: Click-to-Pay-to-Learn

    WordCamp Cape Town 2016Speaker: Caitlin Gevers

    October 29, 2016 — The journey of how we leveraged WordPress to build our online learning startup, AdvantageLearn.com.

    In this session I’ll chat about how a non-developer (me!) is using WordPress to run our click to pay to learn online education company. We manage this through a best of breed compilation of WordPress plugins (most notably Sensei and WooCommerce).

    I’ll outline our journey with WordPress thus far through the lens of AdvantageLearn.com noting the challenges, trade-offs, failures and victories to date. It will be an honest account of my learnings as a Non-Dev building and running an online learning business.

  • AJ Morris: How To Build An Email List And Generate Qualified Leads Using WordPress

    AJ Morris: How To Build An Email List And Generate Qualified Leads Using WordPress

    WordCamp Ann Arbor 2016Speaker: AJ Morris

    October 28, 2016 — Inbound Marketing is the new buzz word these days. People want to create an audience, brand for themselves. Learn through proven techniques to discover which tools you can use to help accelerate your blog to create the audience you want for the products you sell. You’ll hear first war torn stories and walk away with an action plan of how to get started with an actionable plan to build an audience.

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  • Torre Kean: Tightening Up Your Process for Shorter Timelines and Happier Clients

    Torre Kean: Tightening Up Your Process for Shorter Timelines and Happier Clients

    WordCamp Dallas / Fort Worth 2016Speaker: Torre Kean

    October 28, 2016 — Numerous ways you can remove blockers from your website creation processes and reduce timelines while creating quality product and happy clients.

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  • Николай Миронов: От энтузиаста к веб-разработчику. Как стать профессионалом в цифровом мире

    Николай Миронов: От энтузиаста к веб-разработчику. Как стать профессионалом в цифровом мире

    WordCamp Moscow 2016Speaker: Nikolay Mironov

    October 6, 2016 — Николай Миронов — веб-дизайнер и разработчик, специалист по компьютерной графике. Для Николая это четвертое выступление на WordCamp в Москве.

    В этом году он расскажет о том как пройти путь от личной странички в интернете до коммерческих заказов на веб-разработку.

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  • Noel Tock: Moving Forward In WordPress

    Noel Tock: Moving Forward In WordPress

    WordCamp Singapore 2016Speaker: Noel Tock

    October 5, 2016 — WordPress has created many opportunities for people all around the world, so many people are curious about how it could help them grow.

    In his talk, Noel will discuss the path to success for anyone interested in working with WordPress, remote working or generally being part of this movement.

  • Tomasz Lach: Jak zacząć pracować dla klientów zagranicznych

    Tomasz Lach: Jak zacząć pracować dla klientów zagranicznych

    WordCamp Gdynia 2016Speaker: Tomasz Lach

    September 30, 2016 — W swojej prelekcji przedstawi historię tego jak rozpoczął od zera przygodę z pracą dla zagranicznych klientów. Zaczęło się od pomysłu: „Hej! Może poszukajmy jakichś klientów z zagranicy!” i pierwszych, niezbyt udanych prób ich pozyskania. W prezentacji opowie o tym dlaczego poradniki z popularnych portali dla freelancerów nie zadziałały, co zadziałało, a także o jakich zagrożeniach nie pomyśleliśmy. Na co należy zwrócić uwagę w pracy z zagranicznymi klientami, na jakim rynku przychodzi nam się odnaleźć, jak komunikować swoją markę w tym zróżnicowanym i bardzo konkurencyjnym otoczeniu. Opowie o tym co najlepiej sprawdziło się na naszej drodze do pracy z klientami z USA, Kostaryki, Izraela, Norwegii, Danii, Niemiec, Australii, Kanady i innych krajów. Koniec końców odpowie na pytanie czy naprawdę warto i czy klienci z zagranicy to zawsze najlepsze co nas może spotkać.

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