Speakers: William Jackson

  • William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    WordCamp Birmingham 2019Speaker: William Jackson

    November 4, 2019 — There is a growing need for content creators from diverse backgrounds to tell their stories. To share their experiences and to encourage the need and acceptance for diversity and using the ability to speak, write, teach and deliver transformative content.

    These stories are from the diverse backgrounds of men and women, culturally diverse backgrounds, gender neutral to gender specific. Youth, teens and young adults, American, African, Central American and European.

    The opportunity to share a voice to address social issues is easier with the platform of WordPress. WordPress inspires creativity, innovation, digital voice amplification and collaboration.

    WordPress provides a stable and scalable platform that can magnify a voice towards social, cultural and gender issues. The “Me Too” movement is not the only movement that is using Social Media to share its voice and supporting the voiceless, there are groups that are demanding attention and peaceful and united action.

    WordPress is a platform that allows and encourages the acceptance and tolerance of the human story. Share your voice.

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

    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.

  • William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    WordCamp Asheville 2019Speaker: William Jackson

    August 1, 2019 — Everyone’s voice is important and valuable. Sharing your voice and be liberating, exciting, sensual, evangelistic and transformative. What better way to share your voice as a content developer and creator on WordPress. Creating a local, national and global presence is easier and faster.

    Takeaways:

    Develop your storytelling skills.
    Building your personal self confidence.
    PLC and PLN abilities Personal Learning Communities and Personal Learning Networks

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

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

    WordCamp Birmingham 2018Speaker: William Jackson

    January 2, 2019 — The discussion topics will range in areas of:

    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.
    Defining and understanding the dynamics of SoLoMoCo Social engagement, Local activism, Mobile digital technology, Community perceptions and expectations.
    Accepting diversity in gender, culture, generational usage of technology and age is a good thing.
    Applying new learning to be a digital leader on and offline.
    Don’t rely just on SEO, conventional marketing, and analytics.

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

    Social Media is designed to be engaging, fun and embracing the diversity of thinking.

    Everyone has the potential to be awesome on social media because of their authentic content.

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

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

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2018Speaker: William Jackson

    December 5, 2018 — Crossing digital platforms sometimes is not easy, so there must be knowledge of who you’re trying to attract and what content bait you’re using to grab attention. This talk will show how your content will hold your reader’s attention and encourage them to return back to your site. Digital impressions and perceptions are important because they do define our presence in the world.

    SEO and Google are not the be all and end all solutions to building followers. Engagement and activism are still key…

  • William Jackson: How to be Dope and Lit on Social Media – Be an Online Community Activist

    William Jackson: How to be Dope and Lit on Social Media – Be an Online Community Activist

    WordCamp D.C. 2017Speaker: William Jackson

    November 11, 2017 — Now that you have a WordPress site and your blogging what are you going to do with it? Deciding on what to blog on is not as complicated as it sounds. Determine what you are passionate about, think about what your excited about in your community and how you can bring about engagement and collaboration.

    You have a voice that needs to be heard and using WordPress is an awesome tool to use. Creating a Brand is a promise that your content is important and an invitation to not only follow, but to be engaged, involved, contributory and active.

    Bill Gates stated, “content is king,” and content runs the world. “How to be Dope and Lit on Social Media” is a way to share dynamic and diverse content that inspires and motivates: to move people to go beyond their every day lives and engage to bring change. Every person has a voice and that voice deserves to be heard using the diversity of platforms, tools and digital devices available.

  • William Jackson: How To Be Dope And Relevant On Social Media

    William Jackson: How To Be Dope And Relevant On Social Media

    WordCamp Wilmington 2017Speaker: William Jackson

    October 23, 2017 — Survey of WordPress and Social Media