‘WordPress.com’ Videos

  • Álvaro Gómez Velasco, Mónica Gastiasoro: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org

    WordPress Meetup MadridSpeakers: Álvaro Gómez Velasco, Mónica Gastiasoro

    July 2, 2019 — WordPress es una plataforma de publicación que facilita la publicación de contenidos en línea a todo el mundo. Existen dos maneras de comenzar a utilizar WordPress:

    Alojar tu propio sitio de WordPress requiere de ciertos conocimientos técnicos porque debe instalarse en un servidor web para poder funcionar. Además deberás encargarte de configurarlo y mantenerlo con cierta periodicidad.

    En wordpress.com sin embargo, no tienes que descargar software, ni gestionar un servidor web. Sólo tendrás que preocuparte de crear tu contenido.

    A la hora de hacer tu web ¿qué debes tener en cuenta para elegir uno u otro? ¿Qué implica cada uno? ¿Cuál es el más adecuado para tí?

    En esta charla veremos en qué consisten ambas opciones y cómo funcionan, de forma que cualquier persona que esté pensando en crear su web en estos momentos pueda resolver todas sus dudas.

  • Lydia Rogers: Getting Started with WordPress.com

    WordCamp Rhode Island 2017Speaker: Lydia Rogers

    October 8, 2017 — WordPress.COM (as opposed to WordPress.ORG) is for those who want to concentrate on their blog or website and not worry about maintenance and security updates. This workshop is led by Lydia Rogers to get started on your website or blog.

  • Nagesh Pai: Build You Own Medium Using WordPress.com

    WordCamp Kochi 2017Speaker: Nagesh Pai

    July 19, 2017 — A Happiness Engineer at Automattic, Nagesh started his WordPress journey as a freelancer, by building, and tinkering with WordPress websites between 2012 and 2016.

    Nagesh comes with a rather diverse career track-record. With a strong background in Banking & Finance, Nagesh has worked in the roles of Digital Marketing at Technology, as well as in Media houses. He has also served as a Media Planner in quite-a-few agencies. The interesting part about his story is that, despite his diverse background, Nagesh’s WordPress journey kickstarted from a unique vertical: by setting up and running a community website that he built, without having any prior knowledge of programming. – RadioIdli.net. He started it on blogger, and, migrated it to self-hosted WordPress. This journey, introduced him to a career in digital marketing, helped him learn to create beautiful websites, and eventually led him to Automattic!

    In today’s fast-paced world, it is essential for every individual, or institution, to ‘own’ their place in the World Wide Web, through a custom website in their own name. Whether one is a journalist or a teacher, an artist or an observer, having an own medium of communication with the world – through a website is exciting, to say the least. Through his talk, Nagesh will guide the audience on how to create a website through WordPress.com . Platforms like WordPress.com extend the functionality of the open-source WordPress software, and make it significantly-easy for anyone to create their own website, and to gain popularity, with quality content, and by sharing unique ideas.

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  • Masahiko Sakakibara: ニュースアプリのAPIにWordPress.comを採用してよかった話。そしてその苦労と嵌りどころ。

    WordCamp Kyoto 2017Speaker: Masahiko Sakakibara

    June 28, 2017 — Webマガジンやニュースアプリにインストール型のWordPressを採用するというのはよくある話。 制作は容易な反面、長期運用では技術的負債が起きやすい問題をもっています。将来の選択肢をより多くするために、WordPressを使っている「その次」にWordPress.comを考えてみませんか?日本語情報がほとんど出回っていないWordPress.comのAPIを使うフロントエンド的なお話です。

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  • Naoko Takano: 開発者・ブロガー・Web 担さんの悩みを解決!WordPress.com の活かし方

    WordCamp Kyoto 2017Speaker: Naoko Takano

    June 28, 2017 — レンタルブログサービス WordPress.com は、最近ひっそりと、しかし大きく変化を遂げつつあります。有料プランの一部でもサードパーティテーマやプラグインをインストールできるようになっていたり、広告収入を得られるプログラムがあったりといったまだあまり知られていない変更点をご紹介しつつ、多くの開発者・ブロガー・Web 担当者の皆さんが持つ WordPress の悩み解決のためにこの SaaS(ソフトウェア・アズ・ア・サービス)を活用していく方法を提案してみたいと思います。

    一つの選択肢として、WordPress.com という「ツール」を手に入れてみませんか?

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  • Victoria Park: WordPress.com for Business Sites

    WordCamp Pune 2017Speaker: Victoria Park

    May 13, 2017 — utting together websites for clients can have a lot of moving parts, and there isn’t always the promise of the websites continuing to remain active in the long run. You can set up successful small business sites on WordPress.com and make it easier for both you and your clients to keep it running. This talk will cover site ownership, support, and what’s possible on a WordPress.com website so you can make the best decision for your client.

  • Ash Rhodes: Five Ways to Get Legit Traffic for Your Site. Number Four Will Shock You!

    WordCamp Phoenix 2016Speaker: Ash Rhodes

    October 27, 2016 — A “listicle” style presentation on the best practices for traffic generation. Current plan is to cover: Frequent updates, Interesting titles, Tagging/Categorization to maximize the resources of the WordPress.com Reader, Commenting/Personal Branding, and using Publicize/Social Media/Personal Network.

  • James Tien: PHP First to JavaScript First – The WordPress.com Story 〜WordPress.com (Calypso) が JavaScript ファーストを

    WordCamp Kansai 2016Speaker: James Tien

    July 19, 2016 — The Tale of Calypso – Why WordPress.com Chose JavaScript-First Approach.

    “What would we build if we were starting from scratch today, knowing all we’ve learned over the past 13 years of building WordPress?” At the beginning of 2014, the folks at Automattic asked themselves this question. The result is what now known as Calypso. It is not only a product combining some latest web technology, but also the demonstration of what we see as the future of WordPress. In this session, we cover a brief history about the evolving of Calypso, how we chose our development stack, what we learned from it, and what potential it shows to us.

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  • Elizabeth Urello: WordPress.com for Business Sites – Make Your Clients Happy and Your Job Easier

    WordCamp Albuquerque 2016Speaker: Elizabeth Urello

    June 8, 2016 — WordPress.com can be a fantastic choice for business websites. This talk will cover:
    * Why WordPress.com is a great choice for small business sites
    * How to get your clients up and running in no time
    * How to pass off all necessary credentials and ownership to your clients once you’re done
    * How WordPress.com support can handle future assistance for your clients once your relationship with them is through

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  • Josepha Haden: WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org

    WordCamp Kansas City 2015Speaker: Josepha Haden

    January 8, 2016 — Choosing between WordPress.com and WordPress.org is a pivotal decision point and it can be confusing to figure out which one is right for you. Join Josepha for a quick look at the differences between WordPress.org and WordPress.com, as well as suggestions for how to choose between them.