August 22, 2018 — ndustry developments have highlighted the need for media organizations to reexamine traditional distribution models and cultivate genuine relationships with their audiences. But where do you start? What do those relationships look like? And are they scaleable and sustainable?
This experienced group of journalists share their experiments with audience engagement, from internal adoption and design, to implementing learnings and generating revenue. You’ll learn from the successes (and failures) of others and how to run a successful experiment in your own newsroom.
Moderated by Sherry Skalko (Executive Director, Injustice Watch), the panelists include Caroline Porter (Consultant, Shorenstein Center on Media), Harry Backlund (Co-Founder, City Bureau), and Sarah Schmalbach (Entrepreneur in Residence, Lenfest Institute).
August 22, 2018 — Hosted by Bret Phillips, this panel will feature three successful business owners that specialize in building WordPress websites for different markets and client sizes.
The purpose of this panel is to help dissect the process of pricing your work so that you can continue to offer great value to your clients while staying profitable.
Freelancers will get a better understand of their own value and where to start.
Agencies and other staffed businesses will understand how to take profit into account when
pricing larger projects with many ‘unknowns’.
August 19, 2018 — Following from Luke’s talk on the Future of Web Content we’re kicking off a special panel on Gutenberg (new WordPress Editor).
We’ll start by taking Gutenberg specific questions from the audience and field them to our expert panellists, then if we have time we can move on to more general WordPress related questions and issues for our panel to help you with.
July 28, 2018 — Much of a company’s digital resources are spent on optimization and tools that increase traffic. But what happens after the click?
At the heart of design are words, images, color, and layout. During this Panel we will investigate how deliberate use of design can increase the value of our marketing strategy.
July 16, 2018 — The Women in WordPress panel brings together a diverse group of women from across North America for an honest discussion. Aiming to inspire encourage he WordPress community, but women in particular, the panelists will discuss their achievements, struggles, and give advice to those just starting out. They will also talk about how men can be better allies to women overall, but especially to those who are just starting out their WordPress journey, whether in development, design, marketing, or blogging.
April 18, 2018 — Natuurlijk ben je trots op je website. Je hebt er immers veel tijd, geld, bloed, zweet en tranen in gestoken. Je website is niet alleen je visitekaartje. Je inkomen hangt er (deels) vanaf. En daarom wil je natuurlijk een zo goed mogelijke website!
In deze interactieve paneldiscussie geven vier Yoast-experts feedback op websites van mensen uit het publiek. Elke website krijgt een paar minuten tips, tricks en complimenten, zodat we zoveel mogelijk sites kunnen bekijken samen.
Dus wil je dat jouw site beter wordt qua SEO, conversie, sales en UX, laat je website dan Yoasten tijdens WordCamp Rotterdam!
March 20, 2018 — This Panel discussion will be a frank and honest discussion about, How WordPress helped the Panelist to use their Voice with WordPress.
February 25, 2018 — A frank and honest discussion with women who have been involved for different amounts of time in WordPress – ranging from development to designer to marketer.
February 16, 2018 — Our goal with this Panel discussion is to offer insights on things you need to consider when choosing a WordPress hosting company.
What are the WordPress Hosting Requirements?
Things to Consider when Choosing a WordPress Hosting Provider
Evaluating Your WordPress Hosting Needs
Free WordPress Hosting
Shared WordPress Hosting
WordPress Dedicated Server Hosting
Managed WordPress Hosting