‘marketing’ Videos

  • Tara Johnson: How to Move Others and Inspire Positive Change

    WordCamp Rochester 2020Speaker: Tara Johnson

    November 26, 2020 — Sales folk get a bad rap. They are often described as being ‘pushy’, ‘aggressive’, ‘selfish’, ‘two-faced’. But the fact is, to sell and to negotiate is to be human. And the ability to move people and negotiate allows us to thrive not just survive.

    We ALL participate in the act of selling and it’s nothing to fear or be ashamed of.

    In this presentation you will learn how to reframe the act of selling and embrace the true nature of what it takes to move others and inspire positive change. You will also gain access to important tips for reading a room and learn how to negotiate the most effective way; through collaboration.

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  • Ashutosh Gaur: 10 Steps to Market your WordPress Website like a Pro

    WordCamp Kochi (കൊച്ചി) 2018Speaker: Ashutosh Gaur

    November 24, 2020 — His session will also shed some light on how this amazing platform is self sustaining and innovative enough to make your blog/website grow.

    Further, his aim in this session is to share his journey, and how, with time, he developed the maturity of reach the correct audience, and to brand his venture. He hopes to enlighten his listeners to NOT make the same mistakes that he made while attempting to reach out to correct audience. He will also share his journey about how he boosted his user count from thousands to lakhs in 4 months. His talk will rather be an interactive session, that will attempt to bring a sense of marketing “out of the box” in the minds of the listeners, and a smile of confidence in their faces. As an entrepreneur, he wishes to give back to this amazing community, and help them in any way he can.

  • Rachel Avery Conley: Being Authentic in your Marketing, with Help

    WordCamp Boston 2019Speaker: Rachel Avery Conley

    November 3, 2020 — We will talk through:

    Different times of days to post
    Different uses of the website to drive traffic
    The importance of analytics
    Knowing your audience and what they want to learn
    Finally, talking through the fact that the data does not exist in a vacuum, and learning to trust your personal experience in conjunction with the numbers.

  • Raúl Alpaca Álvarez: ¿La Neurociencia ayuda a vender más por canales digitales?

    WordCamp Lima 2020Speaker: Raúl Alpaca Álvarez

    September 28, 2020 — ¿Cómo aprovechar la neurociencia para conectar con tus clientes? Participa de la charla de nuestro ponente Raúl Alpaca (Perú) quien nos explicará qué es la neurociencia, cómo es percibida la publicidad digital por la mente, qué errores cometemos cuando queremos vender en redes sociales, y cuáles son los mejores tips para tus ventas online.

  • Chris Lema, Jocelyn Mozak, Robert Jacobi: Marketing Automation Panel Discussion

    WordCamp Denver 2020Speakers: Chris Lema, Jocelyn Mozak, Robert Jacobi

    July 8, 2020 — A star-studded panel session with 3 amazing marketers, moderated by a multi-year WordCamp Denver speaker & volunteer, and the WP Girl herself, Angela Bowman.
    Panelists include:
    • Jocelyn Mozak • Chris Lema • Robert Jacobi

  • John Connelly: Knowing the Digital Spectrum – What I Should’ve Known, What I Wish I Knew and What I Know Now

    WordCamp Denver 2020Speaker: John Connelly

    July 6, 2020 — So you want to be in control of your own destiny? You want to call the shots and be independent? So did I. And I am now-keyword ‘now.’
    Success doesn’t happen overnight. It takes initiative, learning, perseverance, awareness, humility, risk and, most importantly, confidence.
    This 20-minute, maybe 15-minute talk to give ample time for questions, is designed to expose you to the real world of WordPress design, development and marketing. I wish I heard this talk when I embarked on my new endeavor. In 20 minutes, I am going to tell you everything you need to know and do to succeed in this line of work. How can I do that in 20 minutes, you ask? Simple. I’m going to give you keys. You find the doors and it’s up to you to unlock those doors.

  • James Brockbank: How to use PR tactics to build better links and supercharge your SEO strategy

    WordCamp Europe 2020Speaker: James Brockbank

    June 21, 2020 — If you want your link building strategy to drive measurable growth as a vital tactic in your SEO strategy and help you outrank your competitors in 2020, you need to be earning links that give you a competitive advantage.
    James will share actionable insights into how marketers can leverage PR tactics to earn links which contribute towards accelerated organic growth; understanding what journalists are looking for in pitches and how to use data-driven content marketing to create newsworthy headlines to tell exciting stories to top-tier press, which result in high authority, topically relevant links at scale and which engage readers and spark conversations.

  • Taylor Waldon: Making Content Part of Company Culture

    WordCamp Santa Clarita 2019Speaker: Taylor Waldon

    May 30, 2020 — The need for content production goes deeper than having something to post on your blog, Facebook, or Twitter. It’s about strategizing with your entire team to make sure the content you produce supports your product or service and provides real value to your online audience.

    In order to work with a team, you need a solid content process in place. Moreso, you need to create company culture that includes content creation. Learn from Taylor Waldon how to create content as a team and provide value to both your users and your search engine optimization strategy.

  • Mari Pfeiffer: 10 Things You Need to Create a Website that Attracts & Converts

    WordCamp Santa Clarita 2020Speaker: Mari Pfeiffer

    May 30, 2020 — A really good – no, outstanding! – website is one that attracts the people you most want to do business with, and, converts those visitors into loyal clients. When you have a website that does that, you’ve created another valuable member of your business. But how do you do that? I’ll show you a list of common-sense approaches that work for a variety of businesses and solo entrepreneurs. It’s not a get-rich-quick scheme and it’s not some kind of weird code that puts you at the top of Google in five days. It’s a shift in thinking and an application of simple yet sensible content you can put on your site and use in your in-person marketing that will help you speak succinctly and effectively toward your intended audience, and win them over with ease and without sleaze.

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