‘website’ Videos

  • Ernesto Morales: Implementacion de WordPress en entidades gubernamentales

    Ernesto Morales: Implementacion de WordPress en entidades gubernamentales

    WordCamp San José 2017Speaker: Ernesto Morales

    February 8, 2018 — Identificación de las principales debilidades en los sitios web de gobierno. Cómo presentar proyectos con WordPress a nivel de gobierno. Los retos de seguridad a nivel estatal. El usuario promedio y cómo involucrarlos en la creación de contenido. Convertir a los departamentos de informática en un cliente cooperador. Análisis de plataformas de trabajo, sobre las cuales desarrollar sitios web, como escogerlos, principales ventajas y desventajas

  • Chris Lee: Hands-Off Sales with a Hard Working Website

    Chris Lee: Hands-Off Sales with a Hard Working Website

    WordCamp Phoenix 2017Speaker: Chris Lee

    January 24, 2018 — Turn your static “brochure” website into an active sales funnel!

    Chris will cover the turning a WordPress website into the company’s growth engine – providing quantitative value by enabling education, qualification/disqualification, lead capture, nurture, conversion, consumption, and advocacy in an automated way that saves time and increases profitability.

  • Mehul Gohil: Baking your first website with WordPress

    Mehul Gohil: Baking your first website with WordPress

    WordCamp Ahmedabad 2017Speaker: Mehul Gohil

    January 23, 2018 — Online Presence has become an essential part of our life. Having a website will add value to your Personal Brand by improving your online presence.

    Mehul will be talking about baking your first website with WordPress. You will learn about WordPress Installation, General Settings, Creating Posts & Pages, Managing Blog and lot more. Important: You can bring your laptop with you and create your personal website during the talk.

  • Beaton Mabaso: A Website Is A Conversation

    Beaton Mabaso: A Website Is A Conversation

    WordCamp Harare 2017Speaker: Beaton Mabaso

    December 25, 2017 — After all is said and done and you have website up and running……. it runs smoothly, loads quickly, SEO is tweaked…… and then what comes after?

    If Code is Poetry…. A website is a conversation.
    **Tips and hacks to managing your WordPress powered blog or Website Content and growing and maintaining site visitors**
    -As I have learned from my personal blogging journey

  • Michael Kondurov: What You might not know about promoting & monetizing your site

    Michael Kondurov: What You might not know about promoting & monetizing your site

    WordCamp Riga 2017Speaker: Michael Kondurov

    December 20, 2017 — Michael is excited about more and more sites are moving towards WordPress. Taking into account his expertise in Online marketing, Michael would like to share some knowledge on what strategies to use in order to promote your site and what monetization techniques are the most common right now.

  • Alexandra Draghici: How to build an education website with WordPress

    Alexandra Draghici: How to build an education website with WordPress

    WordCamp Bucharest 2017Speaker: Alexandra Draghici

    December 7, 2017 — Alexandra handles product development at CaptainForm, WordPress form builder launched in 2015 by 123ContactForm. Previously, she worked in project and product management at the same company and developed a deep interest in analyzing user behavior and building solutions based on her findings. The WordPress world is the closest to her heart and she is a frequent WordCamp speaker, volunteer or attendee

  • Shawn Hooper: How to Create a Multilingual Website in WordPress

    Shawn Hooper: How to Create a Multilingual Website in WordPress

    WordCamp Rochester 2017Speaker: Shawn Hooper

    December 1, 2017 — Hello! Hola! Bonjour! Does your institution serve students that speak different languages? If so, maybe your website should too! In this session we’ll compare different solutions for publishing content in multiple languages using WordPress, and what impact having a multilingual site could have on your site’s content and design.
    In this session, we’ll cover:
    – Terminology used when working in multiple languages
    – Popular plugins for supporting multilingual content
    – Creating PO files to add your own language to your plugins and themes
    – Contributing to WordPress’ Polyglot team
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  • Maureen Dilg and Katie Pegoraro: How a Local Government Ditched a Proprietary CMS and Embraced WordPress

    Maureen Dilg and Katie Pegoraro: How a Local Government Ditched a Proprietary CMS and Embraced WordPress

    WordCamp D.C. 2017Speaker: Maureen Dilg and Katie Pegoraro

    November 21, 2017 — Arlington County is just across the Potomac River, and in 2012, our proprietary CMS was not able to meet the high-tech demands of our content authors and our audience. WordPress “microsites” were popping up all over, funded by a purchase card and $10/month hosting. A small group convinced the Public Website sponsors to go with WordPress, and our main site, http://www.arlingtonva.us, went live in 2014. Hear how we convinced the stakeholders: Finance, Procurement, Security, Privacy, Records, Comms and IT, to embrace open source. See our project plan and re-use it in your agency!

  • Sanyog Shelar: How to secure your WordPress Blog/Site

    Sanyog Shelar: How to secure your WordPress Blog/Site

    WordCamp Nashik 2017Speaker: Sanyog Shelar

    November 17, 2017 — Why is WordPress Website Security Important?

    Why so much? Because staying vigilant about security is an ongoing responsibility for any WordPress site owner.
    In fact, it’s an ongoing responsibility for everyone online, whether you’re using WordPress or not.

    With this session hope, this will make step head for secure your website. And it will minimize your security risk which getting affect by a cyber attack.

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  • Lisa Petrovich Smith: Does Your Website “spark joy”?

    Lisa Petrovich Smith: Does Your Website “spark joy”?

    WordCamp D.C. 2017Speaker: Lisa Petrovich Smith

    November 15, 2017 — As one of your primary marketing tools, your website represents you and your brand to prospective clients and well, the universe. Does it make a great first impression? Is it useful and easy to navigate? Does it reflect your brand value?

    With a nod to Marie Kondo, this fun and creative talk will provide strategies to tidy up, declutter, and freshen up your website. WordPress website designer and strategic communications expert Lisa Petrovich Smith will give you simple, strategic, and sustainable actions to create a powerful website that is both beautiful and useful and that works for your brand.

    Lisa will share how-to tips that help the audience:
    1. Apply key design principles to make a powerful first impression
    2. Clarify your website’s messaging
    3. Identify immediate practical steps to improve your website’s usefulness.