Guide To WordCamp Miami

If you brand new to WordPress, or perhaps you haven’t done much more than simply publishing posts or pages… then WordCamp Miami holds alot of great information for you. But WordCamp Miami is a big event – so we are providing this QUICK guide to point out some of the many talks and workshops you should see.

Note: Always check the schedule for the exact days/times of sessions, or if there are any last minute cancellations.

Beginner’s Workshop on May 29th

If you are new to WordPress or have only used it a few times, then the Beginner’s Workshop (led by Syed Balkhi and Ptah Dunbar) is a must. A full day workshop that isn’t crowded (no more than 90 people) so you have a chance to try out WordPress is a stress free environment and get your questions answers.

All The How-To Tracks (Saturday, May 30th)

Seriously, we couldn’t pick just one. If you are a WordPress user then you need to take a look at the Saturday “How To” track where a WIDE variety of subjects are covered. Many tracks aren’t JUST for beginners but with the step-by-step instructions and attention from speakers (who will be available in the Happiness Bar after the talks), beginners will feel well at home here.

Chris Lema – Blog Topics (Saturday, May 30th)

Come hear Chris’s specific tips to help you find blog topic and how to get started writing without stress.

Avoiding Dangerous And Low-Quality Plugins and Themes

Choosing a theme or plugin can be as daunting a task buying a new car. Rami Abraham discuss several points that will hopefully provide attendees with a list of indicators and features to look for when making these choices. The goal is to get a high quality product, provided by a company that offers support, should you need it.

Growing Your Non-Profit With WordPress

Even if you don’t have a non-profit now, Tim Sisson’s tips on using WordPress can still apply to what you do.

Writing For The Web

Nakeesha Charles will show you how to write more clearly on your website.