December 19, 2019 — Over the past five years, I’ve been running a weekly, one hour, live interview show featuring a new guest from the WordPress community every episode. During each interview I’ve attempted to get to know the guest, their interests, and their story. Along the way, I’ve learned a lot about the people who make up this community. In this session, I’d like to share hard data as well as some personal reflections I’ve gleaned from just listening to all the people who use and make WordPress.
November 21, 2019
June 18, 2019 — Over the past five years, I’ve been running a weekly interview show featuring a new guest from the WordPress community every episode. I’ve learned a lot about the people who make up this community. I want to share the reflections I’ve gleaned from listening to the people who use and make WordPress.
April 17, 2019 — Simon will be sharing his experience of helping some of Europe’s largest enterprises which have adopted WordPress, the opportunities for individuals and agencies in the WordPress ecosystems, and his own WordPress story.
March 15, 2019 — Interview with developer Gary Jones, a WordCamp and Contributor Day organiser, on why he contributes to the WordPress open source community and would encourage others to do so.Gary organised the contributor event in London, UK in 2018 and has been a long term organiser of WordCamp in the city.
March 15, 2019 — Interview with agency director Dan Maby, an organiser of WordPress London and WordCamp London, on his enthusiasm for the platform and the community.The video is part of a series of interviews by the Make WordPress Marketing team at WordCamps and MeetUps to highlight the community and encourage contributors.
March 15, 2019 — Interview with developer Sabrina Zeidan on her first talk at a WordCamp, presenting for the first time in English, and how she discovered WordPress and multisites.The video is part of a series of interviews with the Make WordPress Marketing team at WordCamps and MeetUps to highlight the community and encourage contributors.
January 17, 2019 — “Podcasting – it’s not just for podcasters anymore!
Many podcasts are interview based.
The host is just a curator of knowledge and craves experts. Enter you (or your client) that not only wants a great foundation on the web, but access to the ears, hearts, and minds of ideal consumers.
In this talk, Mark Deal of the Podcast Atlanta group will outline how to be the go to expert in your field. He will cover.
1) How to reach out and get booked on podcasts.
2) The simplest way to deliver high quality audio.
3) Essential elements to craft compelling stories about what you do.
4) WordPress elements to showcase interviews from various shows on your website.
While demonstrating audio engagement incentives that you should use – Mark frequently gives out equipment during his talk.“
October 26, 2018 — WordPress Multisite use case for white label SaaS from Sam Burdge