WordCamp is coming to Phoenix, and there is a dedicated real estate track.
What’s a WordCamp?
From the “About” page:
The point of WordPress is to provide a powerful, flexible, scalable and easy-to-learn website tool that anyone can access for free.
The point of WordCamps is to celebrate this open tool by teaching people how to use WordPress, how to bend it to their will and even how to leverage it as a business–and to do it all for about the price of lunch.
In other words, it is a chance to learn a whole lot about WordPress, the software behind most of the successful blogs on the Internet. WordCamps have been held across the country, and for the first time ever, there is a track dedicated to real estate!
Come learn from real estate blogging wizards like Teresa Boardman, Mariana Wagner and Todd Carpenter (I don’t know about “wizard”, but I’ll be speaking as well) and other WordPress experts like Tyler Hurst and Cory Miller. In addition to the real estate track, there are also tracks dedicated to design, programming and marketing. There will be an “unconference” segment and a “genius bar.”
It is going to be a day (days, actually) jam-packed with information. And fun.
The real estate track only has room for 60 – 75 people, and I suspect it will fill up fast. But even if you can’t wedge into the real estate arena, there is goodness to be had all about.
And here is the registration page. It will sell out; get your tickets soon.
If you have any interest in WordPress, or making your existing WordPress site better, stronger and faster, then $35 is a small price to pay.