‘content’ Videos

  • Susan Walker: Web Content as Usability

    Susan Walker: Web Content as Usability

    WordCamp US 2017Speaker: Susan Walker

    December 12, 2017 — This talk describes how the exercise worked, presents some of the more interesting findings and explains how the 30 Questions exercise can be adapted and applied to any type of website.

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  • Jeremy Felt: Managing Accessible Content on Thousands of Sites

    Jeremy Felt: Managing Accessible Content on Thousands of Sites

    WordCamp US 2017Speaker: Jeremy Felt

    December 7, 2017 — Just over a year ago, Washington State University received a complaint through the Office of Civil Rights that some of our web pages were not accessible. This talk will cover the steps we took to address the complaint, how we started to grasp where 5 million URLs were published, and what processes and open source tools we have in place to ensure that web accessibility is our top priority.

  • Dicksonotieno: How Anyone Can Build A WordPress Website/Blog That Will Last

    Dicksonotieno: How Anyone Can Build A WordPress Website/Blog That Will Last

    WordCamp Nairobi 2017Speaker: dicksonotieno

    November 14, 2017 — There are many content creators across Kenya and the world. Many however lack the knowledge, drive, or determination that they can build blogs and websites that can impact, be widely read, and last.

    I have built tech-ish.com alone. And I have WordPress to thank for that. I would like to share the same from setting up, building an audience, getting recognized through good SEO, and Social Media presence, and proper content creation strategies.

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  • Geoffrey Keating: Using content to a grow a business

    Geoffrey Keating: Using content to a grow a business

    WordCamp Dublin 2017Speaker: Geoffrey Keating

    November 13, 2017 — Intercom’s Editor Geoffrey Keating will outline how old-fashioned editorial principles helped fuel Intercom’s growth from from 1 to 17,000 customers.

  • 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.

  • Al Davis: Organizing Your Content

    Al Davis: Organizing Your Content

    WordCamp Toronto 2017Speaker: Al Davis

    October 26, 2017 — In this session, attendees will learn how and when to use Pages vs Posts and how to organize their posts using Categories and Tags.

  • Tim Sisson: Strategies For Content Curators

    Tim Sisson: Strategies For Content Curators

    WordCamp Baltimore 2017Speaker: Tim Sisson

    October 23, 2017 — Tim loves WordPress and enjoys leveraging it to meet businesses needs. I lead the Customer Community Team at BoldGrid. I’m passionate about SEO, internet marketing, and e-commerce. When I’m not tinkering with WordPress I spend my time on adventures with my awesome wife Lisa, three daughters Autumn, Stella, & Petra.

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  • Jennifer Shaheen: What’s Your Data Story?

    Jennifer Shaheen: What’s Your Data Story?

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2017Speaker: Jennifer Shaheen

    October 17, 2017 — Every time a visitor comes to your website or views your social media content, they’re telling you what they think about your business, products you’re selling and content you’re sharing. This information doesn’t show up in the comment section! Valuable insights are waiting for you in your website and social media analytics.

    Key Takeaways:

    – Data reveals what products and messaging attracts customer attention.
    – Learn how to discern your visitors unique path to purchase, including any stumbling blocks that may be slowing your sales.
    – Learn how to identify data duplication and other common system configuration errors that compromise the validity of analytic data.

    Intended Audience Type: Marketers, Content Managers
    Intended Audience Experience: Beginner to Intermediate
    Attendees should know the basics of Google analytics and metrics.

  • Andres Escobar: Make A Statement - Using React To Create Content-Rich Articles On WordPress

    Andres Escobar: Make A Statement – Using React To Create Content-Rich Articles On WordPress

    WordCamp for Publishers 2017Speaker: Andres Escobar

    October 9, 2017 — This session will cover the process IOne Digital uses to bring to life interactive layouts created by design teams using stackable and reusable React components.

  • Deepti Boddapati: Location Aware Content Discovery

    Deepti Boddapati: Location Aware Content Discovery

    WordCamp for Publishers 2017Speaker: Deepti Boddapati

    October 8, 2017 — It’s 2017, cell phones are old news. Everywhere you look, people are looking at their phone. And everywhere we go, we depend on our phones to give us just in time information. However, in the web publishing world, websites that allow you to discover content based on your location seem far and few between. We read food blogs for fun but rely on Yelp for restaurant recommendations. We browse news sites for information but rely on Twitter to know what’s happening in town. We visit museum websites to find the details, but we Google for interpretation. Websites everywhere are being developed without location aware content discovery features. As a result, they are giving up their audiences to goliaths. What can you do to include these features into a CMS based website? How do you add this into our website planning strategy? What are the technical and publishing workflow challenges inherent to location aware content discovery? This talk will tackle those questions by breaking down the fundamentals behind location aware content discovery. We will also look at a few real-world implementations to explore some common ‘gotchas’ that implementers should be aware of.