November 17, 2015 — Moonlighting is having a second job in addition to one’s regular employment. It our case our second job will be a WordPress freelance business. This presentation will discuss how to start or maintain creating WordPress sites for clients by customizing WordPress themes while keeping your full-time job.
April 1, 2015 — Getting past yourself – from hiring a second employee, to asking for help, to having your vision…adjusted…is all part of the challenge of growing a company. Come hear my story, with tips for those looking to grow their business past themselves.
December 10, 2014 — Learn which websites mistakes small businesses make, and how to fix them. Small business sites often have the wrong content, aren’t optimized for sales, aren’t mobile -friendly, and more. Learn how to fix these mistakes so your site delivers business results.
October 5, 2014 — Blogging can be a lonely business; in fact 1 of every 3 bloggers abandons their blogs within the first three months. In this short session we’ll explore 7 ways you can use other tools and opportunities (including some offline) to improve your blogging success.
Bess got her blogging start as the founder and first editor of the Central Florida Top 5 which was awarded “Best Neighborhood Blog” by the Orlando Sentinel in 2009. She was also recruited to help create three different social media campaigns for General Motors and their “Girls on the Go” campaign for the Southern Chevy Dealers. A recognized innovator, Bess is the creator of the Florida Blogger & Social Media Conference. Now in its fourth year, FLBlogCon features the state’s biggest bloggers and social media pros at a one-day gathering for networking and exploring the digital realm. What started as a once-a-year conference has evolved into year-round learning through expanded offerings of conferences, workshops, newsletters, tweet chats, and BlogTalkTV, an online show that shines the spotlight on successful bloggers.
September 29, 2013 — No web developer? No coding skills? No problem! This talk helps small business owners and other DIY users to get the most out of their website. From backing up to creating better content, harness the power of plugins and let WordPress do the work.
November 14, 2009 — Every day, there are thousands of people who need a website built. They have no idea what it will take, how to do it or where to start. WordPress is great but how to tell that to a business owner? Join Adria Richards to learn what it takes to prepare for a successful project.
Video courtesy ISOC-NY.