November 5, 2014 — Did you build it and no one came? If your website isn’t bringing in visitors like it should, join me for an educational session full of action items. We’ll walk through the ten top changes you can make to your WordPress website to begin driving traffic and converting visitors.
November 1, 2014 — WIRED.com had 36 separate WP installs which grew into a maintenance headache. Kathleen share lessons learned from migrating over 100,000 posts from 17 blogs into one install – and how they lived to tell the tale.
October 20, 2014 — There’s a thin line between a content-rich WordPress website and a content-cluttered one. When your list of posts or pages goes beyond a few screens, it’s a sign that you might want to do some spring cleaning. In this talk, I’ll share strategies to reviewing your existing content, purging or updating old posts, and how to re-structure your content plan to help keep things organized in the future.
September 20, 2009 — Lorelle VanFossen of Lorelle on WordPress discusses challenges and opportunities in the tag and category structure of WordPress blogs and shares some tips for keeping yours organized and effective.
Video production by Joe Christensen of Blaze Streaming Media.
August 3, 2009 — The Tag Cloud widget gathers the tags applied to your blog posts in a cloud, with the text varying according to the amount of posts that have a particular tag applied. Learn more about it at the WordPress.com support entry.
July 11, 2009 — A question and answer session from WordCamp Montreal with Matt Mullenweg. Questions were submitted by WordCamp attendees and also asked during the session, and cover such topics as tags on WordPress.com, the WordPress upgrade system, multilingual support in WordPress, and more.
January 14, 2009 — Categories and tags help to organize the content in your blog, and make it easier for people to navigate through to find what they’re looking for. In this short video, we’ll take a look at how to add and manage both