The WP Summit 2015

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This virtual summit is created just for online entrepreneurs, bloggers, authors, speakers, podcasters, small business owners, consultants, and coaches, who really want to build a powerful online presence!
Today you’ll learn about WordPress fundamentals and WordPress hosting, two very important topics that already decide whether you’re building a powerful website or just an average one.

Dan Norris Building Great WordPress Sites With Even Better Content Marketing

Dan is an entrepreneur, award-winning content marketer, and co-founder of WP Curve. Together with Alex McClafferty he took WP Curve from scratch to $500k / year within 15 months, making WP Curve one of the fastest growing companies for WordPress support on a global scale.
He wrote the small business book 7 Day Startup, and his weekly newsletter goes out to 14k subscribers. And he wrote a post about 7 mandatory plugins.

In this session you’ll learn:
• Why you need to have a content marketing strategy right from the start
• How content marketing can work for you
• What plugins Dan installs on almost all of his WordPress sites
• How the website review process of WP Curve works
• How long you need to test content marketing strategies
• What Dan teaches in his best-selling book 7 Day Startup

Rachel McCollin – What WordPress Beginners Need To Know About WordPress

Rachel McCollin is a WordPress expert, organizing WordCamps in Birmingham, and has written three books on WordPress – the fourth book being in progress right now.
She’s writing for major WordPress and web-development related platforms like Smashing Magazine, WPTutsPlus, or Opera.

In this session you’ll learn:
• What kind of websites you can use WordPress for
• Why using WordPress is like a diet sometimes
• How you can manage content creation the smart way
• How basic responsive web design works
• How you can manage multiple WordPress installations easily

Jason Cohen – WordPress Hosting Demystified

Jason is the founder of WP Engine, the world’s largest WordPress focused web hosting company. He’s a serial entrepreneur and founded 4 startups, two of which were sold with millions in profit. He’s also a mentor for startups at Capital Factory.
WP Engine is a sponsor of the WP Summit, because they believe this event can contribute on a global scale to the WordPress community.
Connect with Jason: Website | WP Engine | Twitter

In this session you’ll learn:
• Why some WordPress hosts are expensive and others cheap
• Which WordPress hosting is perfect for your website
• How you can use WordPress smarter every day
• What really makes WordPress sites and online businesses thrive
• Why plugins & themes are holding too many WP users back

Alex Harris – Create A Website Design That Boosts Your Conversion Rates

Alex Harris is a web designer for over 14 years, and he’s focusing on conversion-optimized design. That means he builds websites that convert traffic into leads or customers. Given that he ran 5,000+ A/B tests for his clients, he has amazing expertise in this field – and a lot to share during his interview.

In this session you’ll learn:
• What design best practices you need to know about
• How design influences your conversion rates
• What common design mistakes kill your conversion rates
• How you can easily tweak your website design yourself

Mark Asquith – Learn How To Bootstrap Beautiful WordPress Sites

Mark runs an award-winning UK agency for design and website design called DMSQD. He also runs the Excellence Expected podcast, where his interview help you overcome the daily challenges of being an entrepreneur.

In this session you’ll learn:
• What makes good website design
• How you can bootstrap a beautiful website
• What to look out for when choosing a WP theme
• Why WP themes need to be connected to your brand

Tomaz Zaman – What You Need To Know About Working With WP Freelancers

Tomaz Zaman is the founder of, one of the biggest outsourcing platforms for WordPress projects. They have pretty tight quality standards and only hire skilled developers, to tackle the issues you’ll face when hiring a WP freelancer on oDesk or elance.

In this session you’ll learn:
• Why Tomaz founded codeable
• How codeable works differently from oDesk or elance
• How you can transfer their work ethic to hiring a freelancer on any platform
• How you make sure your WP project stays on track



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