Search Results for ‘Media

  • Robert Nissenbaum: Connecting the Dots: The Relationship Between WordPress, SEO, and Social Media.

    WordCamp Seattle 2018Speaker: Robert Nissenbaum

    December 19, 2019 — The audience will leave with an understanding of why how a WordPress site is developed matters for SEO and the role their content and social media plays in search engine optimization and driving website traffic well beyond organic search.

    Websites are the foundation for a successful online marketing system. WordPress sites, however, cannot exist as a standalone entity. Search engine optimization cannot be an afterthought, nor can the core content be. It is absolutely necessary for developers, content creators, SEOs, and business owners to understand this and HOW content and social media marketing are intertwined to create successful WordPress sites.

    This can be a standard talk or a “hands-on’ session. In previous talks (including WordCamp Las Vegas 2017, discussion drove the presentation. Having the ability to walk through the process, as opposed to simply explaining it, increases the value the audience receives.

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  • April Wier: Automating Your Social Media

    WordCamp Birmingham 2019Speaker: April Wier

    November 5, 2019 — We’ve all heard organic reach in social media is down. What if I told you, you can improve your reach with less work per week?

    The secret is automation.

    There is an elegant way to put out unique content that performs, but also doesn’t each your life with manual posting. We will discuss how to come up with topic ideas and how to put your content to work by harnessing app integrations.

  • Amber Hewitt: How to Use Brand Strategies for Growing Your Blog and Social Media

    WordCamp Riverside 2017Speaker: Amber Hewitt

    September 16, 2019 — Amber Hewitt: How to Use Brand Strategies for Growing Your Blog and Social Media

  • Irene Donnell: Social Media Sorcery – How Social Media and SEO together are Magic

    WordCamp Riverside 2017Speaker: Irene Donnell

    September 16, 2019 — I believe the day of a business marketing and sales plan without the integration of both Social Media and SEO are in the past. Search engines now see Social Media and Search Engine Optimization as tied together and we need to as well.

  • Catalin Matei: Why And How to Use Social Media to Create a Brand and Revenue!

    WordCamp Bucharest 2018Speaker: Catalin Matei

    August 9, 2019 — Catalin Matei is an entrepreneur and the CEO of Increase Media, a full-service social media agency that works with International and Romanian brands to help them adapt their marketing for digital and social media. He chose the entrepreneurial road when he was only 16 years old, founding e-commerce and software businesses. Catalin believes in the importance of helping others and thinks that every day is an opportunity to learn something new.
    The topic of Catalin’s presentation is “Why And How to Use Social Media to Create a Brand and Revenue!“.

  • William Jackson: Strategies Beyond SEO and Google to Build Your Brand and Market Your Social Media Awesomeness

    WordCamp Asheville 2019Speaker: William Jackson

    August 5, 2019 — If your involved in Social Media you must understand and be able to apply strategies that build public awareness and respect. Being involved, engaged and approachable in the public eye provides a solid visual element to drive attention and build followers and not just relying on SEO and Google. Being a content creator demands being visible to the public and understanding that perceptions are invaluable. The ability to connect with the diversity of Social Media can mean increased exposure, new clients, expanding your content into diverse markets, broadening the scope of your Brand. Social Media has grown to embrace the diversity, simplicity and even the complexity of the world. There is more to it than your personal perceptions of the content you create.

    Content creators and digital innovators must be aware of the perceptions that people are viewing, reading, digesting, and comprehending.

    Social Media is designed to be engaging, fun and different with thought provoking and interactive dialogue. Is your content including any of these elements?

    Everyone has the potential to be awesome on social media, but what are you applying to make it so?

    Takeaways:

    The difference between your and the public’s perception of how valuable and relevant your content is as a content creator.How to connect across generational lines for increased engagement.Accepting diversity in gender, culture, generational usage of technology and age is a good thing.

  • Nuno Morgadinho: Caso de Estudo nos Media em Portugal: ECO.pt (Economia On-line)

    WordCamp Porto 2018Speaker: Nuno Morgadinho

    June 26, 2019 — Os principais desafios e técnicas utilizadas para a concepção do ECO.pt – jornal digital com base inteiramente em WordPress, que se seguiu ao Observador, e onde nos deparamos com alguns desafios. Como foram resolvidos estes desafios e também como abordar um projeto desta dimensão, envolvendo um processo de 6 meses e 10 pessoas.

  • Steve Mortiboy: Successfully implementing Open Graph for improved social media marketing

    WordCamp Raleigh 2019Speaker: Steve Mortiboy

    June 5, 2019 — We know how important social media has become in our online marketing strategy. Eyes on your social media posts can convert to site visitors which can convert to sales. Great looking social media posts capture a visitors attention and influence click-throughs.

    This session will cover how to use Open Graph and other social meta tags to create great looking social media posts and how to debug common problems with your social sharing.

  • Nuno Morgadinho: Caso de Estudo nos Media em Portugal: ECO.pt (Economia On-line)

    WordCamp Porto 2018Speaker: Nuno Morgadinho

    June 5, 2019 — Os principais desafios e técnicas utilizadas para a concepção do ECO.pt – jornal digital com base inteiramente em WordPress, que se seguiu ao Observador, e onde nos deparamos com alguns desafios. Como foram resolvidos estes desafios e também como abordar um projeto desta dimensão, envolvendo um processo de 6 meses e 10 pessoas.

  • Aaron Jorbin: Intermediate Topics in WordPress Development

    WordCamp Lancaster 2019Speaker: Aaron Jorbin

    June 3, 2019 — What does it mean to be an “intermediate developer”? Not a senior, not a beginner, but someone in the middle, at the top of the bell curve.

    Let’s look at what it means to move beyond being a beginner. Explore some of the skills that help you move up the career ladder. There won’t be much code, but that doesn’t mean this won’t be a technical talk.