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Carl Alexander – WordPress Community Interview

In this edition of our WordPress Community Interview series, we spoke with Carl Alexander while attending WordCamp Toronto. Carl is known in the community for his writings and teaching of advanced coding topics. He started coding when he was 8 years old and hasn’t stopped since.

In the video below, we learn how he got started, what brought him to WordPress and get his opinion on what the future holds for the platform and community.

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WordCamp Toronto 2016 – Strength in Diversity

This past weekend I had the pleasure of representing SiteLock at WordCamp Toronto. I was also chosen as a speaker and presented a session named Contact Forms are Boring – 5 Creative Ways to Use Forms in WordPress.

It was a well-organized event attended by people from many parts of the world and of course, many from Canada.

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Structuring Your Blog Posts for Better Readability by People and Machines

Writing content to be read on a computer screen, mobile device or even a screen reader requires a different approach from traditional pen and ink. Readers interact with content differently than they would when reading a novel. They want the information as fast as possible.

Here are a few best practices to keep in mind when writing content to be read online.

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Travis Totz (Modern Tribe) – WordPress Agency Interview

We recently caught up with Travis Totz at WordCamp Boston. He’s a Senior Web Strategist at Modern Tribe. In this interview, Travis gives us insight into the inner workings of daily life at a thriving digital agency.

He also shares how WordPress has been an integral part of building his career and several successful businesses.

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Josepha Haden (Automattic) – WordPress Community Wrangler

We recently caught up with Josepha Haden at WordCamp Boston. She’s a digital literacy advocate and WordPress Community Wrangler for Automattic. In this interview, Josepha discusses how she found WordPress, the importance of contributing to the project, and how it’s easy to get involved even if you don’t know how to write code.

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Shane Pearlman [Modern Tribe] – WordPress Community Interview

We recently caught up with Shane Pearlman at WPCampus. Shane has been in the open source space for many years. He co-founded Modern Tribe and both he and his team have years of experience with the benefits of utilizing WordPress to solve complex website builds at scale.

In the video below, Shane shares his knowledge and opinions on a few WordPress and community-related questions.

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WordCamp Boston 2016 – Where Everybody Knows Your Name

This past weekend we sponsored and attended WordCamp Boston 2016. It was an excellent event with almost 500 in attendance.

Traveling from the airport to the hotel afforded some excellent sightseeing opportunities. There were so many beautifully constructed buildings. If you haven’t visited Boston, it’s highly recommended.

A nice drive through Boston

A nice drive through Boston

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Curating Content with WordPress

Have you ever had trouble keeping up with your blog post schedule? If the answer is yes, then keep reading because we’re going to help you nail down that schedule and get your site filled with great content.

If you’ve hit a wall with blogging, it’s likely due to one of these reasons:

  • A lack of time
  • A lack of inspiring subject matter

Whatever the cause, implementing content curation as part of your publishing plan can help.

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David Bisset (BuddyPress) – WordPress Community Interview

In this edition of our WordPress Community Interview series, we caught up with David Bisset while attending WPCampus. David is a long-time freelance WordPress developer and prolific user and developer of the suite of plugins named BuddyPress.

He has a deep understanding of both the software and the community and offers his insight (and comedy) about the future of WordPress and what that may entail.

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WPCampus 2016 – A WordPress Event Focused on Higher Education

This past weekend SiteLock sponsored and attended a different kind of WordPress event. WPCampus was held at The University of South Florida Manatee-Sarasota in Sarasota, Florida. Not only was this location unique, but so was this conference.

WPCampus is another example of WordPress-focused events that are more targeted to a specific niche. In this case, web professionals, educators and other people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education.

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