‘website’ Videos

  • Jane Tweedy: Developing a Website Brief With Small Businesses

    Jane Tweedy: Developing a Website Brief With Small Businesses

    WordCamp Sydney 2018Speaker: Jane Tweedy

    August 17, 2018 — Small businesses make up around 97.5% of all the registered businesses in Australia.

    As such, they’re a market that shouldn’t be completely ignored. They do often need more help to get a website that works for them, and that’s where this session comes into play.

    Jane developed her own website brief after finding many business owners were not given or talked through a proper brief by their website designers/developers.

    They were left with sites that don’t work- they don’t attract leads, and don’t convert to sales once there.

    There are also common frustrations around the handover of the site (or complete lack of), and where web developers can stay involved without taking over.

    In this session, Jane wants to step you through how to develop a website brief with a small business client, how to correctly manage their expectations, deliver a website so they get a great result, and both parties walk away happy.

    Lessen frustration and miscommunication and earn five star reviews! Key takeaways – Key questions to ask your client to help the website connect with their clients – Clients you should probably avoid – How to reduce frustration, miscommunication and rework – Getting great reviews – Handing over the site – Retaining the client.

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  • Cath Hughes: How To Deliver A WordPress Website To A Client

    Cath Hughes: How To Deliver A WordPress Website To A Client

    WordCamp Brisbane 2017Speaker: Cath Hughes

    August 9, 2018 — How To Deliver A WordPress Website To A Client

    Over the time I’ve been building and teaching people how to use WordPress websites, I’ve encountered dozens of sites that needed resuscitating. So I thought it was a good time to talk about how to deliver a WordPress website to your client, the RIGHT way.

    https://2017.brisbane.wordcamp.org/session/how-to-deliver-a-wordpress-website-to-a-client/

  • Adam Silver: The proper care, feeding and growth of your WordPress website.

    Adam Silver: The proper care, feeding and growth of your WordPress website.

    WordCamp Raleigh 2018Speaker: Adam Silver

    June 11, 2018 — In this talk, we will discuss several other uses a small business can use WordPress for rather than “just a website”. The WordPress ecosystem has grown well beyond a blogging platform and informational websites. It’s now possible to run an entire business off of WordPress.

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

    Shawn Hooper: How to Create a Multilingual Website in WordPress

    WordCamp Buffalo 2018Speaker: Shawn Hooper

    May 29, 2018 — 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

  • Henrique Elias: MVP com WordPress

    Henrique Elias: MVP com WordPress

    WordCamp Floripa 2018Speaker: Henrique Elias

    May 5, 2018 — Palestra sobre o potencial do WordPress para criação de MVP’S e falar de alguns cases de empresas que fizeram isso e tiveram grande sucesso.

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  • Mike Rynart: How to improve your website performance

    Mike Rynart: How to improve your website performance

    WordCamp Rotterdam 2018Speaker: Mike Rynart

    April 19, 2018 — Tips and techniques that can dramatically increase your site performance:
    – Why speed matters.
    – How you can measure it – Tools to measure your page speed.
    – Ways to improve it – Best practices for optimization.
    – I’ll also discuss Google’s Mobile Page Speed Update 2018 and if you should AMP-lify your web site.

  • Mark Jansen: Multilingual WordPress, The hoe und pourquoi

    Mark Jansen: Multilingual WordPress, The hoe und pourquoi

    WordCamp Rotterdam 2018Speaker: Mark Jansen

    April 17, 2018 — Een meertalige WordPress website opzetten. Hoe doe je dat, wat komt er bij kijken en waar moet je vooral ook op letten en mee oppassen.

    In deze presentatie zet ik veelgebruikte en minder gebruikte oplossingen uiteen, behandel plugins die je kunt gebruiken en leg uit wat volgens mij de beste manier is om een goede meertalige website op te zetten.

  • Ongart Visarnpat: Government and Accessibility website Standard

    Ongart Visarnpat: Government and Accessibility website Standard

    WordCamp Bangkok 2018Speaker: Ongart Visarnpat

    April 11, 2018 — มาตรฐานเว็บไซต์ภาครัฐ ตัวอย่างผลการตรวจประเมิณเว็บไซต์หน่วยงานราชการ และ เล่าเรื่องงานพัฒนาเว็บไซต์เพื่อผู้พิการตามมาตรฐาน WCAG

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  • Aart Geys: WordPress website onderhoud met wp-cli

    Aart Geys: WordPress website onderhoud met wp-cli

    WordCamp Antwerp 2018Speaker: Aart Geys

    March 30, 2018 — Introductie voor beginners met enkele concrete praktijkvoorbeelden die verduidelijken hoe het gebruik van de commandolijn het dagelijks leven van iedere WordPress gebruiker makkelijker kan maken zodat er meer tijd overblijft voor de leuke dingen. Het leven is nu eenmaal meer dan website onderhoud alleen. Als beginnende WordPress gebruikers na de voordracht al niet onmiddellijk naar huis snellen om wp-cli uit te proberen dan hoop ik tenminste dat ik hun mogelijke angst voor de commandolijn een beetje kleiner heb kunnen maken 😉

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  • Mylène Ueda: Mieux vendre ses services WordPress en identifiant la problématique de ses clients

    Mylène Ueda: Mieux vendre ses services WordPress en identifiant la problématique de ses clients

    WordCamp Paris 2018Speaker: Mylène Ueda

    March 27, 2018 — En tant que freelances ou agences vendant des services autour de WordPress, nous nous retrouvons trop souvent dans une position « d’homme à tout faire » car nous répondons aux attentes de n’importe quel client, pour faire n’importe quel type de site, pour réaliser n’importe quel type de prestation, et le tout « sur mesure » bien souvent ! La croyance « plus de clients = plus de revenus » est une erreur !

    Je propose une approche différente :

    Cibler une problématique client précise (et non pas un type de client !), celle sur laquelle on peut apporter le plus de valeur ;
    Connaître en détails cette problématique pour toucher en plein coeur sa cible et la convaincre efficacement ;
    Se baser sur une « offre type » pour optimiser sa manière de travailler et apporter toujours plus de valeur.
    Parce que cette approche nous positionne en expert d’une problématique, il devient alors plus facile d’aller à la rencontre des prospects, de les convaincre de faire appel à nos services, de valoriser notre expertise… tout en y consacrant de moins en moins de temps ! Résultats : plus de clients et plus de revenus. Pour de bon cette fois !

    Que l’on soit développeur ou installateur de thèmes, que l’on propose des sites aux grandes entreprises ou de petits forfaits de maintenance : cette approche concerne tous les professionnels utilisant ou recommandant WordPress à leurs clients.

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