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Upcoming events (4+)

WP Analytics [2 of 6]: Tracking Plans as the Lynchpin for Success

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WordPress powers 38% of the internet and is a powerhouse as a marketing CMS. Still, not enough is written about how a WordPress website & its impact on related product applications (standalone, plugin, etc) can be reliably measured.

"You cannot manage what you cannot measure" - Peter Drucker

In this series, we will cover the current WordPress analytics landscape, how to make a tracking plan, how to migrate to open source tracking options (while respecting privacy), and finally how to leverage WordPress data with a cutting-edge marketing stack.

QUICK FACTS:
- No coding experience is required for this workshop
- There will be a 30 minute Q&A at the end of each session
- All events will be recorded
- Slides will be made available with the recording when posted on YouTube
- We will be using open source options such as Rudderstack with Avo workbench and compare those to private enterprise options

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Victor Ramirez began his foray into the interwebs building websites and email newsletters for various high school art projects. Recently, he was at Dow Jones defining WordPress at News Corp. He now is a lead product analytics engineer at The Knot Worldwide. On the side, he runs An Abstract Agency (a WordPress agency), co-organizes the WPNYC MeetUp, & teaches high school students to code.

WP Analytics [3 of 6]: Goodbye Google, Hello 1st Party Data

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WordPress powers 38% of the internet and is a powerhouse as a marketing CMS. Still, not enough is written about how a WordPress website & its impact on related product applications (standalone, plugin, etc) can be reliably measured.

"You cannot manage what you cannot measure" - Peter Drucker

In this series, we will cover the current WordPress analytics landscape, how to make a tracking plan, how to migrate to open source tracking options (while respecting privacy), and finally how to leverage WordPress data with a cutting-edge marketing stack.

QUICK FACTS:
- No coding experience is required for this workshop
- There will be a 30 minute Q&A at the end of each session
- All events will be recorded
- Slides will be made available with the recording when posted on YouTube
- We will be using open source options such as Rudderstack with Avo workbench and compare those to private enterprise options

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Victor Ramirez began his foray into the interwebs building websites and email newsletters for various high school art projects. Recently, he was at Dow Jones defining WordPress at News Corp. He now is a lead product analytics engineer at The Knot Worldwide. On the side, he runs An Abstract Agency (a WordPress agency), co-organizes the WPNYC MeetUp, & teaches high school students to code.

WP Analytics [4 of 6]: Privacy, Performance, 3rd Party Integrations

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WordPress powers 38% of the internet and is a powerhouse as a marketing CMS. Still, not enough is written about how a WordPress website & its impact on related product applications (standalone, plugin, etc) can be reliably measured.

"You cannot manage what you cannot measure" - Peter Drucker

In this series, we will cover the current WordPress analytics landscape, how to make a tracking plan, how to migrate to open source tracking options (while respecting privacy), and finally how to leverage WordPress data with a cutting-edge marketing stack.

QUICK FACTS:
- No coding experience is required for this workshop
- There will be a 30 minute Q&A at the end of each session
- All events will be recorded
- Slides will be made available with the recording when posted on YouTube
- We will be using open source options such as Rudderstack with Avo workbench and compare those to private enterprise options

ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Victor Ramirez began his foray into the interwebs building websites and email newsletters for various high school art projects. Recently, he was at Dow Jones defining WordPress at News Corp. He now is a lead product analytics engineer at The Knot Worldwide. On the side, he runs An Abstract Agency (a WordPress agency), co-organizes the WPNYC MeetUp, & teaches high school students to code.

Coffee, Code, and Goals

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Let's spend an hour together where we each set a WordPress goal and share what we're doing to achieve it. We'll discuss 3 types of goal setting and the one that feels right for you.

Choose a breakout room for one-on-one discussions and settle in with a mug of coffee or tea (even a glass of wine).

EVENT DATE: Monday, June 13th, 2022

EVENT LOCATION: Zoom. The link will be sent by Meetup to your registered email.

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WP Analytics [1 of 6]: The Product & Marketing Data Landscape

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