WordCamp San Francisco is now but a fond memory — though you can do more than review your session notes to relive the experience. WordPress.tv has an awesome list of sessions you can watch on repeat to your heart’s content.
Check out the full list of WordCamp San Francisco sessions.
Bluehost is proud to be a “California Street” sponsor of WordCamp San
Bluehost was founded in 2003 with the goal of building a better hosting
company and bringing the power of the web to small businesses. It was
built on open source software, and open source continues to be the
backbone of the products and services that Bluehost provides to its
customers. Since then, Bluehost has grown to host more than one million
websites for businesses, organizations, and individuals.
The Bluehost team recognizes the role that open source has played in its
own growth, as well as in the success of its customers, and is committed
to giving back to the open source communities in which it participates.
This year, Bluehost has given back to the WordPress community through
its new Bluehost Open Source Solutions (BOSS) program. The BOSS program
has not only sponsored WordPress events and made financial contributions
to the community, but has also hired full-time programmers to work
exclusively on the core of WordPress, built a series of free training
videos to help WordPress users get started, and has provided statistics
to the WordPress developers so that they can learn more about how
WordPress is being deployed by end users.
To learn more about how Bluehost’s BOSS program gives back to open
source communities, visit BOSS today.
We’re thrilled to announce that Media Temple is a “Coit Tower” level sponsor of WordCamp San Francisco, 2012.
(mt) Media Temple is a web hosting and cloud services provider headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Since 1998, they have provided businesses and consumers around the world with professional-class service to host websites, applications, virtual servers, email, and other rich internet content. Their infrastructure serves approximately 100,000 customers and over 1 million websites in top-tier datacenters on the east and west coasts of the United States.
General Admission tickets for WordCamp San Francisco are sold out, though that doesn’t mean you can’t be part of the action. Live stream tickets are still available – you’ll be able to watch the sessions from anywhere you choose, live on the internet.
There are two different live stream options:
- Live stream with T-Shirt ($18)
- Live stream without T-Shirt ($10)
Get your live stream ticket today!
If you purchase tickets (or have already purchased tickets) for the live stream, login details will be emailed to you on Friday, August 3rd.
Keep users on your site longer with Related Content by Wordnik.
At Wordnik, our mission is to connect people with meaning. Now, we have a new tool to help bloggers do just that: Related Content by Wordnik is a unique plugin for WordPress blogs. Related Content by Wordnik increases reader engagement by adding related content to your blog posts. This plugin uses Wordnik’s proprietary concept graph technology to constantly scan your blog, learn what it’s about, and dynamically display the best related posts.
- Keep readers engaged and on the site longer, resulting in higher page views and more time on your site.
- Page load time isn’t affected since all processing takes place on Wordnik’s servers and related content is delivered asynchronously.
- Keep your posts fresh and engaging with a direct connection to the Wordnik API, which puts the web’s largest dictionary and thesaurus at your fingertips.
Interested in adding Related Content to your blog and boosting reader engagement? Learn more about Related Content by Wordnik.
WordPress is all about community. We are into people helping people, sharing knowledge, asking questions, and getting a friendly, knowledgeable answer.
Bring your WordPress questions to the Happiness Bar, which will run all day at WordCamp San Francisco (except during Matt Mullenweg’s State of The Word address). The Happiness Engineers can answer all your questions, and even help you troubleshoot WordPress issues. Of course, this is a free service—free like a bird! Smiles and thanks are always welcome. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Right on! We’ve just published the schedule for WordCamp San Francisco 2012. Now it’s decisions, decisions: which sessions will you attend?
PEER 1 Hosting is excited to be a part of WordCamp SF 2012 as we’re big fans of WordPress and Automattic. Not only are they a great company to work with, but we respect their mission to provide free, open source blogs to the world. To add to that, we find an affinity in their purpose to making the web a better place.
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