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Athens GA WordPress Meetup berichten prikbord › WordCamp Atlanta 2019

WordCamp Atlanta 2019

Fred P.
webwithgrits
Lexington, GA
Post #: 12
Information related to WordCamp Atlanta 2019
Fred P.
webwithgrits
Lexington, GA
Post #: 13
Speaker Applications Are Now Being Accepted for WordCamp Atlanta 2019

Click to Access the Speaker Application

If you're interested in giving a presentation at WCATL 2019 – you’re in the right place!

Use the link above to fill out your application form. The deadline for submissions is February 15. All applicants will be notified by around March 4, to let them know whether they’ve been selected or not.

You can submit more than one topic, and no previous speaking experience is necessary. Plan for a presentation that lasts 35 minutes or so, allowing time for Q&A.

With around 600 attendees, this annual Atlanta event is one of the largest WordCamps around.

Share your wisdom, insight and expertise with a diverse audience on all levels of the spectrum, from enthusiastic beginners to hotshot masters. WCATL offers tracks for Beginners, Designers, Developers, and Business Owners of all interests and proficiencies.

The Atlanta WordPress community has a reputation as a caring, supportive, sharing group of people who generously share knowledge and education for the greater good. When you help educate your peers, you extend your own influence in the WP community, empowering others to thrive as well. Reciprocity. Nice.

If you need ideas for your talk, popular topics these days seem to revolve around Gutenberg, Accessibility, Search Engine Optimization, Website Security, User Experience, Tools & Plugins, and various ways of using WordPress to build your business.
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