Jesse Friedman: A Better Individual Experience

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July 29, 2015

In this session learn how to build an MVP (minimal viable product). We’ll start by stripping out all the bloat, get rid of all those widgets and start with naked content. Then and only then we’ll start to methodically add features, as they are needed. You will be amazed how much your visitors enjoy just reading your content and engaging with you through simple solutions.
Walk away with practical strategies around:
Building content driven websites
Gaining traction and increasing engagement
Elegantly monetizing your blog
Plus 5 experience tips that will make your website 1 of a kind
Stop adding features for the sake of adding features, stop following exhausted advertising strategies, and start focusing on providing better experiences for people.

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Event

WordCamp Boston 2015 28

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Jesse Friedman 13

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MVP 3

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English 7834

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