Our November speaker, John Locke, graciously provided a template for an SEO audit report. You can download it as a Microsoft Word or PDF document.
The purpose of an SEO Audit is to give a website the best chances of ranking. It is an investigative process. Doing it properly takes time, nuance, and an understanding of context.
Anca Mosoiu demonstrates the use of Google Tag Manager for handling all of your tracking scripts and understanding the behavior of your website visitors.
Learn what it takes to create a compelling portfolio–and how the new Gutenberg editor for WordPress can make it easier for you (or your clients) to keep it up to date and looking great.
Jamie Bergen describes the journey to Plugin Notes Plus and gives aspiring plugin authors a behind-the-scenes look into the process of building a plugin, submitting the plugin for approval, and handling support requests.
Sonja London demonstrates the flexibility and power that s2Member offers developers who want to customize membership sites for their clients.
Diana Thompson explains why she chose WP-Members for the California Alpine Club website, and how she used it to restrict access to posts and events.
MemberPress has a feature that many WordPress membership plugins don’t: the ability to offer multiple separate memberships to the same customer. That’s why Bob Spies chose MemberPress to protect his client’s video course content.
“Membership” means different things to different people. Make sure you understand what membership means to you before you start searching for a plugin. No one plugin is best for everyone.
The East Bay WP Meetup had a party in honor of #wp15, the 15th Anniversary of the launch of WordPress. In addition to the cake, balloons, and stickers, we grouped together to improve our meetup space by adding felt pads to the feet of the heavy metal chairs in the cafeteria.