Speakers: David Zimmerman

  • David Zimmerman: Get the Most Out of Your Website- Measure Everything!

    David Zimmerman: Get the Most Out of Your Website- Measure Everything!

    WordCamp Atlanta 2019Speaker: David Zimmerman

    June 26, 2019 — Rather than waste money on magazine ads and coupon books, you’ve invested in a website to promote your business. I’m sure it’s a beautiful site. You might even get some traffic. Congratulations!

    Is that traffic beneficial? Are your marketing efforts actually working? Is it helping grow your business?

    I’d like to show you what you can do to better understand traffic to your site. I’ll explain the different ways you can measure your site. I’ll show you which are helpful, and which are distractions. In fact, we’ll start to develop a digital measurement plan for your website (and your business).

  • Panel Discussion: WordCamp Greenville

    Panel Discussion: WordCamp Greenville

    WordCamp Greenville 2019Speakers: Aisha Adams, Clifton Canady, David Zimmerman, Ellison Manley

    April 3, 2019 — Attendees asked the panel about questions related to WordPress. Topics ranged from Programming, SEO, Page Builders and Gutenberg to Design, Social Media, and Marketing.

  • David Zimmerman: Stop It Now! Things Well-Meaning WordPress Developers Do That Hurts SEO

    David Zimmerman: Stop It Now! Things Well-Meaning WordPress Developers Do That Hurts SEO

    WordCamp Greenville 2019Speaker: David Zimmerman

    March 27, 2019 — Have you ever launched a website only to return to find some annoying SEO has come after you and destroyed it? Has some obnoxious marketer bugged you for lots of little changes- outside the client’s scope and budget? I’m sorry. That might have been my fault. Let’s work together to help our clients. I’ll share my secrets on setting up a WordPress site for SEO success. While this won’t guarantee SEO results, but it will set up your clients for optimal Google love.

  • David Zimmerman: Stop It Now! Things Well-Meaning WordPress Developers Do That Hurts SEO

    David Zimmerman: Stop It Now! Things Well-Meaning WordPress Developers Do That Hurts SEO

    WordCamp Asheville 2018Speaker: David Zimmerman

    January 11, 2019 — Have you ever launched a website only to return to find some annoying SEO has come after you and destroyed it? Has some obnoxious marketer bugged you for lots of little changes- outside the client’s scope and budget?

    I’m sorry. That might have been my fault.

    Let’s work together to help our clients. I’ll share my secrets on setting up a WordPress site for SEO success. While this won’t guarantee SEO results, but it will set up your clients for optimal Google love.

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  • David Zimmerman: The Most Important Thing You're Not Telling Your Clients

    David Zimmerman: The Most Important Thing You’re Not Telling Your Clients

    WordCamp Atlanta 2018Speaker: David Zimmerman

    January 3, 2019 — I’ve been a internet marketing consultant for several years. Three on my own. Five within agencies before that. While working at an agency, I was the go-to manager for difficult clients. Over that time I’ve learned the most important thing clients need to hear: “No.” I’d like to share with fellow WordPress designers/developers why clients need to hear them say, “no”. I’ll explain how saying, “no” not only helps the client, but helps you provide greater value to them. I’ll also talk about strategies on how to say, “no” without coming across as an arrogant jerk.

  • David Zimmerman: The Most Important Thing You’re Not Telling Your Clients

    David Zimmerman: The Most Important Thing You’re Not Telling Your Clients

    WordCamp Birmingham 2018Speaker: David Zimmerman

    January 3, 2019 — I’ve been a internet marketing consultant for several years. Three on my own. Five within agencies before that. While working at an agency, I was the go-to manager for difficult clients.

    Over that time I’ve learned the most important thing clients need to hear: “No.”

    I’d like to share with WordPress designers/developers why clients need to hear them say, “no”. I’ll explain how saying, “no” not only helps the client, but helps you provide greater value to them.

    I’ll also talk about strategies on how to say, “no” without coming across as an arrogant jerk.