|Sent on:||Friday, October 26, 2012 4:49 PM|
Dear WordPress Rockstar,
Thank you for making 2012 our most exciting year yet!
We kicked off 2012 with a captivating presentation by Mike Orren on Content Marketing that set the theme for the entire year. And we had an Emerging Tech Conference that gave us an deeper look into Content Marketing and related topics. Mark your calendar for the ETC2013 (July 20-21, 2013). The dynamic theme for next year's conference will be revealed soon.
Tomorrow -- Saturday, October 27 - 2pm to 4pm (our last meetup of the year)*
"The internet changes everything" ...but what does that really mean?
• Learn how the elimination of time and space in the connected economy make your business more efficient and more powerful.
• Learn how WordPress can empower your business to work for you 24/7 to make connections and sell your products and services.
• Learn which WordPress plugins will help automate your business. We will cover RSS-to-email, advanced use of forms, and automatic publishing/unpublishing, and basic eCommerce.
• Learn to see your web site as: an enabler of new business, a customer service representative, and a content marketing machine.
Delicious hot lunch (Dominos Pizza) and snacks (chips/cookies) will be served. RSVP now.
SPECIAL EVENT - November 12, 2012
State of Search Conference - featuring Chris Brogan, Sean Jackson, and other famous people.
presented by DFW Search Engine Marketing Association
Save $100 with coupon code: DFWWP
Long-time members know that the group takes a two-month holiday in deference to the busy holiday season. Look forward to some exciting news for a new meeting format in 2013. (Aren't you glad you read this far?)
Tony Cecala, Ph.D.
DFW WordPress Meetup Organizer
dfwwp.org - @dfwwp
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P.P.S. Do you use a Macintosh? The 4th Annual MacHeist bundle is on sale for another 6 hours. Check it out, $644 of Mac applications for $29. It's quite irresistable. http://macheist.com