This past weekend, Matt Mullenweg — co-founder of WordPress — presented the State of the Word at WordCamp San Francisco. He delivered a great message and some amazing numbers around WordCamps, WordPress, and how it’s being used on the web today. I recommend you make the time to sit down and watch the video, it’s…
Matt Mullenweg caught up with Colleen Taylor of TechCrunch. Matt speaks on why Automattic is not targeting ads for WordPress.com, as well as how they are being successful as a distributed company.
Matt Mullenweg, of Automattic, and Om Malik, founder of GigaOM, sit down for a great conversation at LeWeb 2012 in Paris. One of the most interesting things I heard Matt say, was that Automattic employs more people working on the mobile aspect of WordPress than those working on the Core of WordPress. Matt and Automattic…
As one of the fastest recorded and published videos on WordPress.TV, Matt Mullenweg presented The State of the Word adress at this past weekend’s WordCamp SF event. Sit down, grab a beer, and enjoy the next 47 minutes of Matt speaking about what has been going on with WordPress for the past 12 months.
Andrew Nacin (@Nacin), a lead developer of WordPress, spoke at WordCamp Portland 2011. He talks about everything inside WP_Query and more. This is a developer-heavy talk, so it’s not for the faint of heart. If you love code, click play below and listen to what Andrew has to say. It’s a great talk, but I…
Matt Russell, a developer at Irontic, shares his experience on how to build a community around content. Note, not just an “online community,” but both an online and offline community.
Mark Jaquith, a core developer of WordPress, presented this talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2011. It’s a great talk about how to professionally develop and deploy code the right way.
In this edition of Whiteboard Friday, Mike King walks through how to effectively scale and build links through Social Media.
In another edition of Whiteboard Friday, Rand Fish walks through five on-page optimization tactics that help you go beyond “keyword in the title tag” or “keyword in the URL.” This can certainly help with your WordPress SEO as you continue to build out your site and further optimize it beyond what WordPress already offers.
In this edition of Whiteboard Friday, Rand talks about how to increase the odds of your content going viral. I don’t think I need to tell you how important more traffic is to your site. So go ahead and spend 13 minutes to listen to what Rand has to say, he’s a really smart guy.
In this edition of Whiteboard Friday, SEOmoz’s Rand Fish goes into detail about what to be looking for on why a spammer may be outranking you for your own, unique content. Needless to say, this is happened to a lot of webmasters, and WordPress is no exception to this. It has certainly happened to me…
Good friend and power-hacker/user/designer/developer, Dre Armeda, speaks on end-user security at WordCamp Chicago 2011. Dre is co-founder of Sucuri and CubicTwo. Hosted on WordPress.tv / blog.sucuri.net
In another great edition of Whiteboard Friday by SEOmoz, Rand Fish talks about an SEO checklist for new sites. What you should be doing, both internally and externally, and what you shouldn’t be doing. This checklist applies to all sites, not just WordPress sites.
Schipul – The Web Marketing Company (schipul.com) was honored to host founder of Drupal (drupal.org), Dries Buytaert (buytaert.net) and founder of WordPress, (wordpress.org) Matt Mullenweng (ma.tt) at SchipulCon 2011 in Houston, Texas. It’s a very thought-provoking session.