Sort of like an urban summer camp for WordPress enthusiasts, WordCamp is a casual, community-organized conference to to educate, inspire and connect on all things WordPress.
Diane Whiddon, owner of Novel Website Design, a local company that’s been delivering powerful website presences for creative types (think authors, healers, artists, etc.) for over nine years strong, will be a featured speaker at this year’s Denver WordCamp on June 13th, 2015.
If you dabble in website design, want to be an influential blogger, love coding and techy stuff, or just want to learn more about one of the world’s most popular website platforms, WordCamp should be in your vocabulary.
The conference covers a wide range of topics, of which, past presentations are all available on WordPress TV Think of it as Ted Talks for WordPress.
Diane will be speaking about content marketing and how writing about what you do, and how you do it, can create compelling, profitable content. She will also be sharing with you insider tips on how to maximize your website copy, blogs and expert articles to make them profitable for your business. And, she was asked to join other WordPress “All Stars” on a Mystery Panel….(spoiler alert: Diane will be on a team that reviews websites in 5 minutes. Speed dating of website reviews. Definitely a pro panel.)
Diane says, “My strategy is that the more of YOU that is in your website, the better you’re going to be able to market, sell, and just generally rock your stuff. That is SO MUCH EASIER with WordPress because I’m all about empowering my clients to do it themselves. I have no interest in being a website factory where every site is the same. I want each of my clients to have an individual site that works for them and what they do. WordPress is the only way I can deliver that.”
WordPress allows you to easily edit your content, try out different templates, add plug-ins and customize to your heart’s content. They truly revolutionized the way that websites were built. In the “olden” days, you would have a web developer holding a sort of lock and key. Every time you wanted an update, you had to request it through them, and most likely, pull out your pocketbook too. Now, with WordPress, all you have to do is log in to your Dashboard, tinker with the user-friendly settings, and voila. WordPress empowers you to create and change your website with ease on a whim.