January 24, 2018 — In this talk, I’ll explore common questions that freelancers have when deciding to build their own websites, and give some answers that will help you on your journey.
December 10, 2017 — The Italian WordPress community was dormant for years, until a bunch of people got together at WCEU Contributor Day in Seville, in 2015, and decided it was time to revive it.
After months of online chats in our Slack team, we organised an event that kick-started an avalanche of Meetups and WordCamps in Italy: a stand-alone Contributor Day.
Two years later, Italy has more than 20 active Meetups, 4 cities with WordCamps in planning, and a great numbers of Contributors across the project.
In this talk, I’ll go through the steps we took to organise it, and I will also talk about Contributor Nights, special Meetup events where we concentrate on one of the Make teams and learn how to contribute from scratch.
June 17, 2017
June 6, 2017 — WordPress professional, community junkie, business explorer. She make WordPress things happen from Torino, Italy: Polyglots and Community team member, Meetup and WordCamp organizer.
She said People read on screen differently than on paper and formatting the text will help them get to the end of it.
She shows how to leverage the options available in WordPress and it will teach you how to fix some common problems with a few HTML tags.
March 13, 2017 — Francesca Marano is a WordPress professional, community junkie, author, educator.She enjoys speaking / attending WordCamps and Meetups.
She is the founder of the website C+B, a blog for Italian female creative entrepreneurs, with an editorial staff of more than 50 professionals offering advice to women who work on their own. The website has 40,000 readers.
November 1, 2016 — In September 2013 I launched a blog for Italian creative female entrepreneurs: I was chatting almost daily with a bunch of other freelancers and we thought it would have been cool to have a place to hangout online and tell our stories.
Three years later, C+B (Casa+Bottega) is a very popular niche blog in Italy, entirely made of volunteers, with more than 10 regular authors and 50 guest-posters.
In these 3 years we tried many different approaches to organize our team and our editorial calendar: in this talk I will take you behind the scenes of our blog and show you what we do to coordinate our efforts and keep our sanity!
July 2, 2016 — In 2015 a chain of encounters led a group of strangers to reorganize the WordPress Italian Community. After endless hours on Slack, we have regular monthly meetups in half a dozen cities, Contributors meetings and at least 3 WordCamps planned for 2016. This is our story and we hope it can be your community’s story too.
May 30, 2016 — In May 2015 a chain of encounters led a small group of strangers to meet, on and offline, and revive the WordPress Italian Community. After endless hours of chats on Slack, we have regular monthly meetups in half a dozen cities, contributor meetings and at least 3 WordCamps planned for 2016. This is our story and we hope it can be your community’s story too.