WordCamp North Canton 2014
WordPress Security – Demystified
This presentation will cover current WordPress security issues and different types of attacks. Learn how to protect your website or blog from hackers that are constantly trying to compromise networks. I’ll be sharing our favorite security plugins along with real world security stories that involved some of the biggest hosting and security companies which led to a meeting with the FBI.
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WordCamp North Canton 2013
Let’s Get Social
We will be covering how social media is becoming integrated into search engines, along with engagement strategies using Google+, Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest. Lastly we will discuss Return on Investment vs. Return on Relationship.
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Thursday March 20th, 2014 – 7p-8:30p
Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. (Conference Room)
387 Medina Road, Suite 500
Medina, Ohio 44256
SSR Workshop #2 Agenda
- Workshop Overview
- Avalanche Media Works Keynote Covering Facebook for Business
- Hands-On Workshop
- Work with Attendee’s Profiles
- Engagement Strategies
- Close – Q & A
Complimentary WI-FI… Please bring your laptop or tablet!
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Event is Full
Over the years, Facebook has borrowed a few notable features from Twitter, including adding verified accounts and introducing the options to mention other users with the “@” symbol and “follow” influencers. But on Wednesday, Facebook introduced a feature popular on Twitter that may have a much bigger impact on its revenue: hashtags.
Facebook announced in a blog post Wednesday that it is rolling out a series of hashtag features in the coming weeks, including clickable hashtags — available today — and trending hashtags, which should be available soon. The move is billed as a way to “bring conversations more to the forefront,” but as with most features Facebook introduces these days, advertising revenue is certainly a big part of it.
For all their similarities as leaders in the social networking space, Facebook and Twitter have relied on two significantly different marketing pitches to date. Facebook’s strong suit its treasure trove of data, which advertisers can use to target users based on content shared on the site and sites they visit after leaving the social network. Twitter, on the other hand, has excelled at giving marketers a way to participate in real-time conversations. Continue ->
Article: Seth Fiegerman, Mashable