July 25, 2018 — When podcasting became a thing over a decade ago, there weren’t many options for distribution. In order to share our podcasts, we needed to develop a home for them – somewhere where people could find us online that was easier to work with than simple listing sites like TalkShoe or iTunes. That’s why we took advantage of resources we were familiar with – specifically WordPress. We have individual websites for our in-house podcasts – as well as a network page which is home to our growing catalog of Pittsburgh podcasts. I’ll show you how we’ve been able to do that and how you can do it, too.
November 25, 2017 — I was very fortunate to be able to interview Thierry, Grégoire and Mathieu for this episode. It took a few weeks to get our schedules to mesh but the wait was well worth it.
Thierry, Grégoire and Mathieu are very active in the Paris WordPress Community. They are members of the WordPress Paris meet up which can be found here: https://wpparis.fr.
They have volunteered at WordCamp Paris and WordCamp Europe.
Thierry, Grégoire and Mathieu also have a podcast called Very French Trip which can be found here: https://veryfrenchtrip.com.
August 16, 2017 — Tracy Apps is a creative problem solver with over 15 years of client experience in all types of projects. She got her start blogging on B2 and followed that transformation to WordPress. She is active in several local Meetups in the Milwaukee area.
Tracy is the co-owner of http://cornermarket.media which offers a variety of services including design, custom development, branding and training.
She has spoken at several WordCamps about various aspects of design. Some of her presentations can be seen on WordPress.tv.
Tracy and Shelby Elliott are in the process of launching a podcast titled The Not So Straight and Narrow, which will be available on various podcast platforms soon.
June 6, 2017 — Podcasting is an easy way to engage with your audience, have your voice heard, and stand out from the crowd—and WordPress makes it even easier. With a few free plugins, WordPress becomes a natural platform for publishing your serial audio content. From recording hardware and editing software to WordPress plugins and configuration, we’ll review how to get started with podcasting.
May 14, 2017 — Growing your business is about building trust and whats more trusting then your voice? Where writing a blog post may not come easy to people, speaking is very natural, and intimate. Podcasting is growing (once again) and it’s not that hard to do! In this session I’ll show the workflow, best practices and ways to monetize.
May 6, 2017 — This session will go over Bloggers need to Podcast to stand out from the crowd. How to best add a podcast to a WordPress site. Where to promote and submit your podcast. And of course a Q&A for the Audience.
March 30, 2017 — You’ve always wanted to launch a podcast, but you just aren’t ready. What are you missing: Gear? A Launch Strategy? Courage to get on the mic every week?
Steve Stewart has been helping podcasters with their shows and their tech for more than 5 years. In this session he will explain what an RSS feed is, what you need to launch a podcast, and answer your questions about monetization or growing an audience.
January 29, 2017 — Krystal O’Connor lives near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and works at Libsyn which is a podcasting hosting service. She provides technical support, writes and maintains the Libsyn Knowledge Base, produces the video tutorials, manages the Libsyn Tutor YouTube channel, and co-hosts Libsyn Live
She spoke at WordCamp Pittsburgh with a presentation titled WordPress + Podcasting.