‘Voice’ Videos

  • Chip Edwards: Your Brand in a Voice First World

    Chip Edwards: Your Brand in a Voice First World

    WordCamp Birmingham 2019Speaker: Chip Edwards

    November 13, 2019 — “With the explosive adoption of Smart Speakers, the primary interaction with your content will become auditory instead of visual. On the world wide web, your brand revolves around a URL, logo, tagline, color palette, font, images, etc., but when your audience is no longer seeing your content, traditional brand elements become invisible.
    In a voice first environment, when your audience just asks for what they want, they expect the answer to be returned verbally. In a voice first world, what does your brand look like, (I mean, sound like)?
    In this talk, I explore the components of a verbal brand, how to prepare for the shift from written content to verbal content, as well as the future of voice technology and how to prepare for it.”

  • William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    William Jackson: Use WordPress to Share Your Voice To Address Social Issues

    WordCamp Asheville 2019Speaker: William Jackson

    August 1, 2019 — Everyone’s voice is important and valuable. Sharing your voice and be liberating, exciting, sensual, evangelistic and transformative. What better way to share your voice as a content developer and creator on WordPress. Creating a local, national and global presence is easier and faster.

    Takeaways:

    Develop your storytelling skills.
    Building your personal self confidence.
    PLC and PLN abilities Personal Learning Communities and Personal Learning Networks

  • Kathryn Presner: From Shadows to Limelight - How Women Found Their Voice At WordCamp Montreal

    Kathryn Presner: From Shadows to Limelight – How Women Found Their Voice At WordCamp Montreal

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Kathryn Presner

    December 11, 2016 — At Montreal’s first WordCamp, only four women spoke throughout the two-day, two-track event. People noticed. It didn’t feel right. Something had to change. By 2016, we’d had two straight WordCamps with at least 50% women speakers. How did we get from there to here? I’ll look at some of the strategies we used to #changetheratio.

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  • Chris Lema: Finding Your Voice By Blogging

    Chris Lema: Finding Your Voice By Blogging

    WordCamp US 2016Speaker: Chris Lema

    December 11, 2016 — Pressing publish can do a lot of things, but maybe the most important thing it can do is to help you find your own voice. There’s power in knowing who you are, what you stand for, and how you want to present yourself to the world. All of this is helped, in deep and incredible ways, with a blog.

  • Missy Oveson: Find Your Voice, Find Your Audience

    Missy Oveson: Find Your Voice, Find Your Audience

    WordCamp Salt Lake City 2014Speaker: Missy Oveson

    December 19, 2014 — If you own a website you likely want to be remembered. But finding the balance between getting found and sounding human seems impossible. In this session, explore what it means to sound like yourself on your blog without sacrificing your visibility online.

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