WordCamp is coming to Seattle! Bloggers from all over the Northwest will meet to network, share knowledge and experiences, all while learning from some of the biggest names on the web.
Centered on the world's most popular blogging platform - Wordpress - this is THE event to learn about the blogging tool used by millions of consumers and businesses alike. Wordpress powers some of the world's most visited sites and blog networks.
WordCamp Seattle 2009 is happening on September 26, and runs from 8:30am to 5pm at the Adobe office building in Fremont. Tickets for the event cost $25 and can be bought at http://wordcampseattle.eventbrite.com/
Ticket price goes up to $35 after September 1, but with only 150 seats available this event is sure to sell out! WordCamp Portland sold out in less than a week, so sign up now to secure your spot at WordCamp Seattle!
We have several all-star speakers, including:
- Chris Pirillo (Lockergnome, http://www.lockergnome.com/)
- Liz Strauss (Successful & Outstanding Bloggers, http://www.successful-blog.com/)
- Jane Wells (Automattic/Wordpress, http://automattic.com/)
- Scott Porad (CTO Pet Holdings, http://icanhascheezburger.com/)
- Ian Lurie (Conversation Marketing, http://www.conversationmarketing.com/)
- Lorelle Van Fossen (Lorelle on Wordpress, http://lorelle.wordpress.com/)
- Brett Nordquist, Aaron Hockley, Nick Orn, and more...
Break-out session topics will include Blogging 101, Blog Idol (website review panel), theme customization, plug-in development, Wordpress, BuddyPress, social media, SEO, marketing and more.
WordCamp Seattle 2009 is sponsored by Adobe (http://www.adobe.com/), Pathable (http://pathable.com/), Pet Holdings (http://cheezburger.com/), and Windows Live Writer (http://windowslivewriter.spaces.live.com/).
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For information on being a sponsor, please contact Calvin Freitas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchase your ticket today: http://wordcampseattle.eventbrite.com/
Official Website: http://www.wordcampseattle.com/
Added by roberte3 on August 18, 2009