Two posts ago, I spoke at length about how I would prefer to write about things other than technology. So, it is kind of ironic that my next two posts are geek-related. But, it can’t be helped. I’ve got some cool news. I’m speaking at an upcoming tech event: Wordcamp Hamilton 2016 on Saturday June 4 2016.
My presentation is entitled, “How to Find Your 1,000 True Fans” and here’s the description of the session:
In 2008, Kevin Kelly argued that creators (authors, musicians, artists, photographers, etc.) can make a living if they have “1,000 True Fans”. A creator blog is key to building such a community. In this fast-paced session, Todd will walk the audience through the critical WordPress-related pieces required to build and maintain a dedicated, engaged and responsive audience.
It’s going to be a fun time. I’ve attended (and presented) at previous Wordcamp Hamilton events. It’s low cost (only $20!), filled with plenty of great content and attended by a lot of super friendly and really talented people. (and there will be lots of free swag!)
If you’ll be in the Hamilton area on June 4 and you’re interested in blogging, writing and WordPress, you should not miss this event.
And, if you want to go, be sure to buy your ticket soon – tickets sell out every year.
Are you going to Wordcamp Hamilton 2016? If so, let me know in the comments or on Twitter and be sure to say hi to me on the day of the conference.
See you then!