Search Results for ‘Profit

  • MikeDemo: Streamline, Outreach, and Deposit Your Profit

    MikeDemo: Streamline, Outreach, and Deposit Your Profit

    WordCamp Hamilton 2019Speaker: Mike Demopoulos

    July 26, 2019 — How do you eat an elephant? Answer: one bite at a time. Like anything overwhelming, breaking it down into bite-size, easy to achieve components is the way to become efficient and efficiency is the path to profitability.

    All too common in the free and open source software market are developers who are financially frustrated, to put it lightly. Would you like to level up your profitability?

    What’s stopping you as a freelancer from financial freedom? Let’s work on some of the practical things that, with just a bit of tweaking, can help you earn $100,000 in one year.

    In this talk by Mike Demopoulos (his friends call him “Demo”) will talk about ways to streamline your process, have client outreach like the big brands, and become profitable.

  • Joss Ford: Why is now the right time to put purpose over profit

    Joss Ford: Why is now the right time to put purpose over profit

    WordCamp Bristol 2019Speaker: Joss Ford

    June 10, 2019 — I’d like to talk about how the communications world, whether web designers or digital advertisers can use their skills for good, and how this can give them reputation, a sense of purpose and the get up and go mood every morning. Sustainability in business isn’t just a thing to tick boxes anymore, it’s the fastest route for both product and service businesses to get into the spotlight.

    I’d like to go over some examples of companies who have purpose and how they’ve incorporated campaigns to raise awareness of this purpose, talk about transparency and talk about how developers can look at their job and incorporate environmental / social factors into their day to day role.

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  • Andy Stitt: How to Use WordPress to Build Your Nonprofit Website

    Andy Stitt: How to Use WordPress to Build Your Nonprofit Website

    WordCamp Lancaster 2019Speaker: Andy Stitt

    June 2, 2019 — The number one goal of any nonprofit website is to help the organization meet its mission. Whether it’s driving donations to help bring access to clean water or recruiting volunteers to build new homes and restore playgrounds, a nonprofit’s website can greatly help with this. This session goes into how to use WordPress to drive and collect donations and recruit volunteers as well as tips and tools on how to maintain a healthy WordPress website over the long-term.

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  • Birgit Pauli-Haack: WordPress for Nonprofits – Your Work for the Greater Good

    Birgit Pauli-Haack: WordPress for Nonprofits – Your Work for the Greater Good

    WordCamp Detroit 2018Speaker: Birgit Pauli-Haack

    March 31, 2019 — Help make the world a better place with WordPress.

    Assisting organizations that make this world a better place is highly inspiring and satisfying. But that can’t be the only reward when you give your professional best. In a nutshell: Birgit shares how to work with nonprofits and how to bring them into the best light online.

    She discusses how you can build a donor/member-oriented website and how to incorporate the organization’s “bucket list” within the realities of budgets and capabilities.

    You will learn about the wide range of online needs for various types of nonprofits, share info about plugins, and learn about tools to build useful solutions. You’ll walk away with the resources to connect with other nonprofit technologists and services.

    Just because the organization is a nonprofit doesn’t mean you can’t make a living building effective websites with a notable online presence.

  • Jocelyn Mozak: From Freelancer to Agency Owner: Building a Profitable WP Agency

    Jocelyn Mozak: From Freelancer to Agency Owner: Building a Profitable WP Agency

    WordCamp Atlanta 2018Speaker: Jocelyn Mozak

    January 24, 2019 — “There is no one “right way” to build an Agency. There is only the solution that works best for you!

    This talk will explore the pitfalls and growing pains that come with the transition from Freelancer to Agency owner. From not knowing how long tasks really takes to the unexpected expense of management tools and lost billable hours. It will also share both online & online resources as there is great power in learning from those that have gone before.

    Views will learn that there are a vary ways to grow your team from US based to oversees; contractor to employee to strategic partner. The possibilities are endless. They will leave this talk inspired with the knowledge that they can grow their business their way!”

  • Birgit Pauli-Haack: WordPress For Non-Profits

    Birgit Pauli-Haack: WordPress For Non-Profits

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Birgit Pauli-Haack

    January 24, 2019 — Help make the world a better place with WordPress.

    Assisting organizations that make this world a better place is highly inspiring and satisfying. But that can’t be the only reward when you give your professional best. In a nutshell: Birgit shares how to work with nonprofits and how to bring them into the best light online.

    She dives into the importance of a rare commodity: Listening. She teaches how to create catered comprehension. She discusses how you can build a donor/member-oriented website and how to incorporate the organization’s “bucket list” within the realities of budgets and capabilities.

    You will learn about the wide range of online needs for various types of nonprofits and share info about plugins and tools to build useful solutions. You’ll walk way with the resources to connect with other nonprofit technologists and services.

    Just because the organization is a nonprofit doesn’t mean you can’t make a living building effective websites with a notable online presence.

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  • Lisa Sabin-Wilson: Systems for Success - Revenue Doesn’t Mean Sh*t if You’re Not Profitable

    Lisa Sabin-Wilson: Systems for Success – Revenue Doesn’t Mean Sh*t if You’re Not Profitable

    WordCamp Philly 2017Speaker: Lisa Sabin-Wilson

    January 20, 2019 — Your pipeline is full? CONGRATULATIONS!!

    A full pipeline of clients and project is not all you need to make your agency grow. New business doesn’t mean a thing without the right systems to support it. This talk discusses some of the systems that can be put into place to support new business, control costs and improve revenues.

    Because revenue doesn’t mean sh*t if you’re not profitable.

  • Roksana Pirog-Cappiella: Creating Accessible Websites: Inclusive Principles and Tips for Non-Profits and Higher Educational Institutions

    Roksana Pirog-Cappiella: Creating Accessible Websites: Inclusive Principles and Tips for Non-Profits and Higher Educational Institutions

    WordCamp Boston 2018Speaker: Roksana Pirog-Cappiella

    January 7, 2019 — The ability to utilize and enjoy website content shouldn’t be limited to the those with perfect eye sight and neurotypical conditions. Learn about some of the best practices for having an accessible website, useful plugins, what Section 508 is, ways to be Section 508 compliant, and how to take steps to make your website accessible to all users.

  • Matt Cromwell: Content Hacks For Nonprofits

    Matt Cromwell: Content Hacks For Nonprofits

    WordCamp Sacramento 2017Speaker: Matt Cromwell

    December 22, 2018 — Content marketing for your nonprofit doesn’t have to be difficult. You can reuse and repurpose content. You have more content at your fingertips that you realize. I promise. In this session, we’ll talk about how nonprofits can repurpose content from marketing materials, incorporate user-generated content, refresh older content, and more.

    In this media age everyone is a publisher — even nonprofits.

  • Adam Walker: Community Impact – 48 websites for 48 nonprofits in 48 hours

    Adam Walker: Community Impact – 48 websites for 48 nonprofits in 48 hours

    WordCamp London 2018Speaker: Adam Walker

    December 7, 2018 — This session will explore what we learned during the creation, planning and execution of the events and give some thoughts on how the WordPress community can give back using their professional skills.