Announcing the First Round of Speakers & Sessions

Wow. It’s going to be a good weekend!

We’ve received dozens of brilliant speaker and session applications, of which we’re excited to start sharing with you.

So here’s the first round.

Post-Mortem of a Hacked Website

This talk offers an insight into the methods we use at Conetix to determine the root cause of a hacked website. This will include examples of some of the more common exploits seen and what they look like in the log files.

– Tim Butler, Conetix


WordPress as a Product (WPaaP)

Luke will outline his framework for taking your product idea from conception through to reality, with his tips on experimentation, validation, user engagement, hiring, branding, and monetisation.

– Luke Carbis, XWP


This Could Get Awkward

Cath Beaton (Phase Creative) and Troy Dean present their ideas and experiences of how they have developed and grown as individuals in their respective businesses by being prepared to get out of their comfort zone.

– Troy Dean, WP Elevation & Cath Beaton, Phase Creative


Changing Tack: Adjusting your sails for the winds of change.

It’s almost as if every day there’s some new framework, toolkit or productivity hack that could ‘totally change your workflow’. Quite frankly, it’s overwhelming. We will be discussing the kinds of ways you can adjust your trajectory, and your mindset to confidently navigate large scale change as it approaches.

– Dee Teal, The Web Princess


How we disrupted the way the industry makes websites

This presentation is a case study of our ‘website in a day’ product that came to life when we kept on encountering businesses with next to no budget and we got tired of blown out project timelines.

– Yvette Adams, Creative Collective


Never fear, the Customiser is here!

Introduction to the Customiser, what it is and does, and what options are available, followed by a tutorial on how to add your own settings to the Customiser and how to see them in the live preview.

– Cameron Jones


Local Business Challenges & How To Solve Them With WordPress

Tips for local businesses to help get the best results out of their WordPress websites.

Tracey Kemp, Get Web Creative


How To Create A Client Newsletter In Less Than 17 Minutes

One of the hardest ‘Good Intentions’ in business is to send a regular client email newsletter. Learn how to take a 2 hour process and turn in to a 15 minute task.

– Nik Cree, Positive Business Online


Developing your Online Video Strategy

In this presentation, I’ll walk you through my 7 Elements for an Effective Online Video Strategy.

– Ben Amos, Innovate Media


This is only the first batch. We’ll be announcing the next round in the next week so stay tuned.

Also, if you’ve not purchased your ticket yet, grab one now before they sell out.