‘Business’ Videos

  • José Antonio Maroto Fernández: Tu WordPress 100% legal

    José Antonio Maroto Fernández: Tu WordPress 100% legal

    WordCamp Sevilla 2012Speaker: José Antonio Maroto Fernández

    June 4, 2014 &#8212 ¿Quieres que tu WordPress sea 100% legal? José Antonio te explica cómo.

    Do you want your WordPress to be 100% legal in Spain? José Antonio explains how.

  • Jason Swenk: The Smarter You Get The Less Money You Make. Why?

    Jason Swenk: The Smarter You Get The Less Money You Make. Why?

    WordCamp Atlanta 2014Speaker: Jason Swenk

    May 26, 2014 &#8212 One of the most common debates in the website world is should I charge by the hour or by the project. What if I told you that you could work less and make more money rather than getting more efficient and making less. This presentation shows you what I did on every project I would scope as well the four reasons on why not to bill by the hour.

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  • Joellyn ‘Joey’ Sargent: Powering Professional Services Growth

    Joellyn ‘Joey’ Sargent: Powering Professional Services Growth

    WordCamp Atlanta 2014Speaker: Joellyn ‘Joey’ Sargent

    May 23, 2014 &#8212 A polished online presence is critical for professional services businesses. Learn why WordPress is an ideal tool to build your brand, establish credibility and win more clients. This presentation covers the must-have’s for your site as well as tips and tricks to make an impression on prospective clients, setting your business apart.

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  • Silvan Hagen: Multisite On A Tight Budget

    Silvan Hagen: Multisite On A Tight Budget

    WordCamp Switzerland 2014Speaker: Silvan Hagen

    May 16, 2014 &#8212 Case study and lessons learned implementing a WordPress Multisite project on a tight budget. The talk covers project management, technical implementation and hosting.

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  • Helena Denley: Making Your Website Business Friendly

    Helena Denley: Making Your Website Business Friendly

    WordCamp Minneapolis 2014Speaker: Helena Denley

    May 12, 2014 &#8212 Beautiful websites are great but if you’re in business, there are essential components your website must have to ensure success in business. Does your website have what it takes to grow your business?

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  • Thierry Pigot : Combien coûte un site WordPress ?

    Thierry Pigot : Combien coûte un site WordPress ?

    WordCamp Paris 2014Speaker: Thierry Pigot

    March 24, 2014 &#8212 On vous pose régulièrement cette question ? Moi, c’est tous les jours ! Mais alors, quel est exactement le prix d’un site WordPress ? Comment le définir ? Comment le justifier ? Quelles bonnes pratiques mettre en place pour faire perdurer cet écosystème communautaire ?
    Pas besoin de le répéter, WordPress fait le buzz ! CMS Open Source gratuit il permettrait de monter un site professionnel en moins de 5 minutes, sans connaissance de l’informatique (lol !).
    Le fait que ce soit une solution gratuite, ou bien encore face à cette avalanche de prix « low cost » qui nous promet des sites pour moins de 500€, il est souvent difficile de justifier le coût parfois élevé que peut représenter la mise en place d’un site sous WordPress. Nous allons voir à travers quelques cas pratiques, comment estimer le véritable coût d’un projet. Nous verrons en suite comment le justifier auprès de nos clients. Nous aborderons enfin les aspects communautaires et les interactions avec l’écosystème WordPress.
    Donc, rangez vos calculettes et ouvrez vos oreilles !

  • David Coveney: Unlocking Enterprise with WordPress

    David Coveney: Unlocking Enterprise with WordPress

    WordCamp Europe 2013Speaker: David Coveney

    February 25, 2014 &#8212 WordPress is used by lots of businesses, and it certainly has a space in the enterprise world. In this talk I explore how WordPress is used by business, in particular those in Europe, and show how the services and culture around large scale WordPress have worked beautifully for the US market but have limited the potential of the platform in other marketplaces. I also find the platform’s weaknesses, and illustrate what we could do as a community to make our favourite CMS a better fit for those large, risky projects that seem to end up going to Drupal or, worse, high cost supposedly enterprise grade content management systems.

  • Mario Peshev: WordPress Setup for Large Projects

    Mario Peshev: WordPress Setup for Large Projects

    WordCamp Porto 2013Speaker: Mario Peshev

    February 17, 2014 &#8212 How to prepare a large project using WordPress. The tools and skills.

  • Kurt Hansen: Are You Nuts? You Want People to Pay You to Create WordPress Websites?

    Kurt Hansen: Are You Nuts? You Want People to Pay You to Create WordPress Websites?

    WordCamp Grand Rapids 2013Speaker: Kurt Hansen

    December 22, 2013 &#8212 An open discussion covering tools you’ll need, knowledge you’ll need, how you’ll get customers, what type of business you should have and how much you should charge.

  • Joost de Valk: The Victory of the Commons

    Joost de Valk: The Victory of the Commons

    WordCamp Europe 2013Speaker: Joost de Valk

    December 12, 2013 &#8212 If you’re running a business based on open source software like WordPress, your business depends on the prosperity of that project. The demise of the project could easily be the demise of your project and the project’s growth could lead to your business growing immensely. The larger your business becomes and the bigger the impact of your company on the project, the more this is true. Economically this is a very unusual situation. Joost will explore what this means and how you should deal with it.

    This is pure economics; it starts with the well known story of the Tragedy of the Commons but, applied to open source, leads to a completely new outcome. If your business is build on WordPress, you should be here to listen to Joost’s talk and discuss afterwards.

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