Google Analytics is a huge topic. There are many resources on the subject, though it’s hard for any publication to keep up with the new developments–including Google’s own documentation! Here are some resources that Meetup members can use to help them get to grips with Google Analytics.
iThemes created Exchange to be easy to use: an end-user’s shopping cart. Chris Lema has heralded it as the simplest shopping cart (or membership system) to set up. But an examination of Exchange and its add-ins revealed one major flaw: no product variations.
Q&A topics in March included business directories, accessibility, landing pages, and one-page themes for WordPress sites.
These links point to the source material for the statistics quoted in the slides, and also provide some further insight into issues like setting rates and prices.
Josh Visick, Anca Mosoiu, and Sonja London shared their experiences running WordPress businesses in a lively discussion that ranged across topics like contracting and scope creep to figuring out how to scope a project and how much to charge.
Ed Ehrgott provided an introduction to Version Control Systems (aka Revision Control Systems or Source Code Management Systems) for WordPress developers, with an emphasis on Git.
From demo content to CSS frameworks, we covered lots of topics useful to both designers and developers at the November 2013 East Bay WordPress Meetup.
What Sallie Goetsch has learned she needs to tell designers who aren’t familiar with WordPress.