‘Publishing’ Videos

  • Lisa Melegari: From Blog to Book – Re-purposing Your WordPress Blog into an eBook

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Lisa Melegari

    December 14, 2015 — Take your WordPress blog content to the next level when you re-purpose it into a digital eBook! eBooks are the new hot trend in marketing your website’s content, and you can assemble one easily using tools you likely already own! Learn about free vs. paid distribution options and how each style can benefit your website promotion strategy!

  • Kristen Symonds: 15 Cool Things You (Maybe) Didn’t Know WordPress Could Do

    WordCamp Brisbane 2015Speaker: Kristen Symonds

    October 2, 2015 — This talk is aimed at users to get the most out of their WordPress publishing experience.
    Kristen’s talk will include some of the overlooked parts of WordPress admin such as:

    – The Help menu.
    – Screen Options.
    – Drag & drop media.
    – Inserting multiple images at once.
    – Use the Edit Selection section of media dialogue.
    – Page Ordering.
    – Bulk Edit.
    – Emoji.
    – And many more!

  • Alexander Lüken: Podcasts publizieren mit dem Podlove Publisher

    WordCamp Cologne 2015Speaker: Alexander Lüken

    July 15, 2015 — Der Podlove Podcast Publisher ist ein Plugin für WordPress zum effizienten Publizieren von Podcasts. Der in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Podcastern entwickelte Publisher bietet weit mehr Funktionalität als herkömmliche Podcast-Plugins, ist überaus flexibel konfigurierbar, über eigene Templates erweiterbar und bietet umfangreiche Statistiken.

    Alex erläutert, wie der Publisher aufgebaut ist, welche Features er bietet und warum man danach nichts anderes mehr anfassen will.

  • Adrian Zumbrunnen: WYSIWTF

    WordCamp Europe 2015Speaker: Adrian Zumbrunnen

    July 10, 2015 — Why web publishing is so broken. A short look behind the scenes of creating a new kind of editing experience of the web.

  • Timo-Jaakko Rautavuori: WordPress and a Media Company

    WordCamp Finland 2015Speaker: Timo-Jaakko Rautavuori

    July 8, 2015 — Rautavuori shares his experiences of implementing WordPress from a media company perspective, and how well WP has suited their needs. This talk is in Finnish but the slides are in English.

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  • 4 Lightning Talks – Business

    WordCamp London 2015Speakers: Annabel Kaye, Rachel McCollin, Tom Greenwood, Franz Vitulli

    June 8, 2015 — How not to give appalling user support
    Franz Vitulli
    Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/franzvitulli/how-not-to-give-appalling-user-support
    The talk touchs on the benefits and challenges of a great user support and training. I’ll share the most common problems I encountered whilst dealing with support. It will also look at how I give the best support I can and the tools that enable me to do so.

    WordPress for Good
    Tom Greenwood
    This lightning talk presents the history and motives for the project, showcase a few “good” WordPress sites and inspire others to use WordPress for their positive projects and submit them to the showcase.

    Forging a Career with WordPress: the Possibilities
    Rachel McCollin
    In this interactive talk I’ll inspire you to think again about the career options open to you with WordPress, and bust some myths about the kind of person you need to be or the kind of background you need to have if you want to make a living from WordPress.

    Smart tips and tricks for managing freelancers
    Annabel Kaye
    “Freelancer is the ‘new employment’. Most organisations use freelancers for some tasks but some even build an entire business model on using freelancers.
    In this talk Annabel explores the status of freelancers, how labels can be deceiving and suggests ways to approach hiring freelancers that will protect your business from harm.

    5 ways to get better customers and sack the low value ones
    Michael Killen
    This talk is about how even small ‘1 person working out of their bedrooms’ businesses can:
    no more negotiating on price, stop feeling like a bedroom business and look like a professional service, stop low value customers even getting through to you, how to feel more competitive towards other businesses, the responses you need to give to difficult customers

  • Michele Butcher: From Zero to WordPress Publish

    WordCamp Minneapolis 2015Speaker: Michele Butcher

    May 11, 2015 — How do you start with WordPress? We go from concept to live site. We do a secure install, talk about posts and pages, and widgets and themes. If you have any questions about starting in WordPress this session is for you.

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  • Stefanie Newell: Using Your Platform To Write Your First Book

    WordCamp Atlanta 2015Speaker: Stefanie Newell

    April 18, 2015 — Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, this session is designed to help you begin your manuscript and complete it! It will walk writers through the first year of writing including: the dreaded procrastination, never having time, fleshing out ideas, writing the first words, writers block, and more!

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  • Erik Lindgren: Using WordPress for Online Publishing

    WordCamp Orlando 2014Speaker: Erik Lindgren

    March 22, 2015 — A new way of selling books and stories online. Use an ecommerce plugin to set up an author’s own online bookstore, incuding a member site for current works in progress. Why not tap into your fans’ dedication to your work in progress by publishing it before it’s done? Set up online sales of completed works as a regular online store, but treat your work in progress as a member site to generate revenue as you write. Establish a dialogue with your readers as your work progresses to generate new ideas and even change the course of your story. Let your biggest fans help you write your book. This talk will show you an example of how this can be done.

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  • Cory Miller: How Simply Clicking Publish Changed My Life

    WordCamp San Francisco 2014Speaker: Cory Miller

    November 14, 2014 — Lightning Talks: Inspiring Stories
    Over the years of working closely with people often associated with WP — from budding bloggers, talented designers and developers, I’ve realized that being able to release your work to the world is loaded with fear and anxiety and perfectionism and want to share my story to inspire others to click Publish and ship their work — whatever that may be. I share the stories of success (and failure) that living this philosophy has produced in my life.