Below are some key points from the presentation of Sonia Simone, Brian Clark, and Darren Rowse at Blog World Expo. 1) Free is not a business model. Your free content is only an attractor. Once you attract people and have attention for the things that… Read More »
This post is a summery of a panel presentation given at Blog World Expo 2010 by Scott Fox, Shayne Tilley, Brandon Eley, and Scott Stratten. Know your goal. If you do not know the goal of your blog, you will never be successful with it.… Read More »
This is a summary of a presentation given by Scott Hanselman at Blog World Expo 2010. 1) Know your audience. Analytic programs were developed for a reason. You cannot provide content that your audience wants if you do not know who your audience is and… Read More »
Below are some key points from Scott Ginsberg’s presentation entitled How to Package Your Thoughts into Messages and Messages into Money, presented at Blog World Expo 2010. Everyone has a brand. Whether you know it or not, who you are and what you do contributes… Read More »
This post is a summery of the presentation “Increase your audience size through accessibility” delivered by Allison Sheridan at Blog World Expo 2010. Imagine for a moment that your site were to be damaged one day. From that day forward, roughly half a billion people… Read More »
This is a summery of the presentation by Patrick O’Keefe, Wayne Sutton, D.A. Wallach, and Asher Roth at the 2010 Blog World Expo. When you gain a following, regardless of what industry you’re in it is easy to forgot about the people that visit your… Read More »
Here are some key points from the October 14th Keynote – Stand Up, Stand Out, Stand Together by Scott Stratten at Blog World Expo 2010. Content: First things first, “People Spread AWESOME.” You need to make sure that everything you do is awesome. RSS should… Read More »
To all WPBeginner users, and other bloggers attending Blog World Expo 2010, we want to welcome you to Blog World Expo. If you are not attending Blog World Expo 2010, you will be seeing a lot of posts and tweets from our account covering the event.
This past weekend, Syed Balkhi (@syedbalkhi) from WPBeginner was attending WordCamp Birmingham.
WordCamp Birmingham is scheduled for September 18-19 at University of Alabama Heritage Hall. Syed Balkhi will be representing WPBeginner at this conference. Syed is also speaking on the topic of “How to Speed up WordPress and Boost Site Performance” which would be very helpful for beginners and intermediates due to the hands-on structure of the presentation.