‘content’ Videos

  • Nancy Kay Grace: Toes in the Water - Getting Your Feet Wet with a WordPress Blog

    Nancy Kay Grace: Toes in the Water – Getting Your Feet Wet with a WordPress Blog

    WordCamp Fayetteville 2016Speaker: Nancy Kay Grace

    August 31, 2016 — In this session, the beginning blogger will learn the flexibility and benefits of using WordPress.org. Nancy Kay Grace will teach some first steps into blogging, minimizing the fear factor for tech challenged writers. Topics covered will be -how online writing is different from writing for publications -what you need to create a WordPress blog (domain name, host, theme) -simple guidelines for Search Engine Optimization (keyword stuff) -elements of composing a blog post: written content, photos, links.

    No technical background required.

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  • Jamie Smith: Anatomy of a Website

    Jamie Smith: Anatomy of a Website

    WordCamp Fayetteville 2016Speaker: Jamie Smith

    August 28, 2016 — What makes a good website? What components are a must-have for an effective website? Jamie will discuss how to decide what pieces your website needs and provide tips for producing the best version of each component. This session is designed mostly for the company or organization that is creating their own website using WordPress, or at least is providing most of the content for a designer who is creating the website.

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  • Christopher Spencer: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Divi

    Christopher Spencer: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Divi

    WordCamp Fayetteville 2016Speaker: Christopher Spencer

    August 28, 2016 — Never before has so much design awesomeness been so available to so many people. Divi is a WordPress theme and framework that makes bad content look good. Let’s fight against that. In this presentation, we will: 1. Discuss the basic layout of the Divi framework 2. Evaluate the content modules and decide what type of content works best in each module 3. Illustrate how Divi can help you build a responsive non-profit website in less than a week that looks pretty darn good.

  • Leah Quintal: Can I Has First Page Search Result? How to Develop Content That Shows Up

    Leah Quintal: Can I Has First Page Search Result? How to Develop Content That Shows Up

    WordCamp Asheville 2016Speaker: Leah Quintal

    August 17, 2016 — Google search results have changed. There are fewer and fewer search result slots that show real content. In a marketing era that’s all about content, how do you produce content that has a chance? In this instructional presentation, I will show you how to use free tools to assess your search result potential and craft content that can get you on the coveted first page of Google Search Results.

    Take aways:

    Learn how to use free tools to make informed decisions about what topics to write about.
    Learn how to assess your search potential.
    Learn how to sum up your competition.

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  • Lana Burgess: Why And How To Put Your Audience At The Heart Of Your WordPress Site’s Content

    Lana Burgess: Why And How To Put Your Audience At The Heart Of Your WordPress Site’s Content

    WordCamp Brighton 2016Speaker: Lana Burgess

    August 15, 2016 — Whether you’re using WordPress as a blogger, a brand or a social enterprise, placing your audience at the heart of the content you publish can make the experience more rewarding.

    This talk explores why audience-led content performs better and gives you practical advice on how to create content that builds a relationship with your community of users.

    It covers:

    The principle of attracting, engaging and converting your audience by meetings needs
    Implications of Google’s Hummingbird and RankBrain updates and Google’s Search Quality Guidelines
    Understanding audience needs: how to mind-map intentions and tools to use to research search trends
    Understanding user journeys: analysing trigger events and the decision-cycle
    Tailoring content to mind-sets: how to use psychographic framing
    Testing and refining: tools and metrics to use to analyse WordPress content performance and make improvements to increase engagement

  • Panel: Content and Writing

    Panel: Content and Writing

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speakers: Tony Guarnaccia, Maura Webster, Eileen Lonergan, Nicole Kohler

    August 14, 2016 — Panel discussion on Content and Design.

  • Nicole Kohler: How to Get 100 Content Ideas in an Hour

    Nicole Kohler: How to Get 100 Content Ideas in an Hour

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speaker: Nicole Kohler

    August 2, 2016 — If there’s one thing worse than writer’s block, it’s running out of ideas for your blog or business — or not having any to begin with. Luckily, the internet has made getting inspired an easy task, not to mention an incredibly quick one. In this talk, I’ll share tips, tools, and content “lifehacks” you can use to generate 100 (or more!) content ideas in less time than it takes to settle on a new theme.

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  • Chris Andersen: Hvordan bruger jeg WordPress strukturen passende til mit indhold?

    Chris Andersen: Hvordan bruger jeg WordPress strukturen passende til mit indhold?

    WordCamp Denmark 2016Speaker: Chris Andersen

    July 25, 2016 — Hvordan bruger jeg WordPress strukturen passende til mit indhold?

    Hvis du vil overføre dit content / din struktur til WordPress, er der er mange muligheder:
    Menuer, Portfolio, Pages (Parent- og Child), Posts, Kategorier, Tags, Tagcloud, Search, Produktmenu, Produktportfolio, Produktpages, Produktkategorier, Produkttags, Produkttagcloud osv.

    Men hvordan begynder du og hvordan benytter du mulighederne rigtig til din egen hjemmeside, så du samtidigt får en god Google ranking?

    I denne introduktion får du en indledende præsentation på max. 30 minutter, hvorefter du har mulighed for at stille spørgsmål med dine egne eksempler.

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  • Florian Gottschall: Create videos for your WordPress blog the easy way

    Florian Gottschall: Create videos for your WordPress blog the easy way

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Florian Gottschall

    July 5, 2016 — Online video is getting more and more important. If you want to get awareness outside in the www you need to use videos for your messages besides of text and images. Why? There are a lot of reasons. One of them is that Youtube is second largest search engine in the world. If you go for SEO on your website: don’t forget it is only 50% of the whole traffic. If there is no video – you miss every second search. I am not talking about videos from other sources you simply embedd. I am talking about videos you created individually for you post. My speech tells you in short term what is important when it comes to creating videos and how you should proceed. Easy and simple rules let you create good videos even with your smartphone.

  • Andrea Badgley: Publish in 10 Minutes Per Day

    Andrea Badgley: Publish in 10 Minutes Per Day

    WordCamp Europe 2016Speaker: Andrea Badgley

    July 3, 2016 — I had a writer’s block and it was horrible: I felt uncreative, watched my blog dry up, and crawled in the corner and cried. I felt like a loser. But I’m NOT a loser. So I fixed it. I created a blogging plan that involved only 10 minutes each day. My writer’s block disappeared, my blog stats climbed, and I now know how to turn it around when I find myself neglecting my site. Whether you are a personal blogger or run a business website, this talk will give strategies for adding content without huge time investments. Learn how to eliminate writer’s block, create material relevant to your site’s purpose, and build a regular publishing habit.

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