March 18, 2015 — This session shares actionable insights on how to grow your blog, optimize your workflow and increase your revenue. Discover how to use Twitter to drive more traffic, how to scientifically utilize your site’s real-estate to maximize your results and how to keep more visitors on your site.
March 9, 2015 — webZunder ist ein Social Media Dashboard, wo unter einer zentralen Oberfläche Content für WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, XING und andere Plattformen verwaltet und verteilt werden kann.
January 25, 2015 — Do you really need a blog? What about a website? Or a photo gallery or contact forms? This session will give you, the user, the tools and questions you need to ask yourself in order to build an effective and manageable website. Whether you want a website for your business, a blog about your dog, or a place to showcase your jewelry designs, this session will help you develop a content strategy that fits your needs and create a successful WordPress site.
January 7, 2015 — We always talk about rankings and the performance of your website, but changes you make to your overall business strategy can greatly impact the way your website performs and how much business you actually makes.
January 5, 2015 — This presentation discusses the benefits of choosing WordPress to power a nonprofit website, point out special considerations and must-have. It covers recommended plugins and themes, and share resources available online to help nonprofits with their websites.
December 19, 2014 — If you own a website you likely want to be remembered. But finding the balance between getting found and sounding human seems impossible. In this session, explore what it means to sound like yourself on your blog without sacrificing your visibility online.
November 24, 2014 — This session empowers writers, blogger, content developers, marketers and anyone who is tasked with producing online currency (content) for an online platform. Learn strategies for producing quality content (in all of its forms – blogs/CMS content/social posts/etc.), or “mining for gold” while effortlessly usurping the increased demands of the online industry.
November 18, 2014 — The success of small and large publications relies heavily on both individual and group habits. We will look at individual case studies, from individual bloggers to The New York Times, to examine workflows and processes and highlight key elements that make publications stand out.