Wordcamp Auckland, 2014 is held on Saturday, 26th July, 9:00 am to 4:45 pm, will be a mid-winter event at the AUT University, Downtown, Auckland. This event will emphasis less on the coding and more on general users, bloggers and graphic designers.
Wordcamp Sessions this year will focus on traffic generating ideas and tips for those struggling with the avalanche of new WordPress theme options, plug-ins, security, support issues, etc. This Wordcamp annual event is the key one of 2014, with a dozen speakers involved. Following this, there are also monthly WordPress developers group meet-ups held.
WordCamp Auckland, Saturday, 26th July, 2014, AUT. 9:00 am to 4:45 pm (PS, snack lunch is supplied)
A list of preliminary topics for the wordcamp, Auckland, 2014 is mentioned below. The event is looking to cater new or intermediate users, graphic designers, bloggers, writers, and IT staff wanting to build a better WordPress site.
The morning session is mostly to examine how people use and succeed WordPress with the right content and market strategy. The afternoon session concentrates on how to choose or configure themes, plug-ins, hosting, security, etc.
9:00 – Introduction from WordPress and Automattic
9:20 – About the Website created in the morning
9:45 – Keynote – Jenene Crossan – Publishing for Fun and Profit
10:30 – Tips from journalist to improve the content
11:00 – Travel the world with WordPress
11:30 – Helping the schools and kids
12:30 – the exploding App market – WordPress in gaming, eCommerce
1:00 – Breakthroughs in DIY, “no coding” Theme building
1:30 – Jetpack and ten other plugins every site should have
2:30 – Top WordPress SEO tricks in 15 minutes
3:00 – WordPress + Faebook, connecting with Friends, gives results
3:30 – WordPress for Business, Affordable upgrades, better support
4:00 – A security and performance checklist
4:00 to 4:45 – Wrap up session, Q&A
55 Wellesley St E
The event tickets are available, get yours booked now, as the seats are limited. For more information on the tickets and schedules, please visit, http://2014.auckland.wordcamp.org/