A Few Tickets Left for WordPress Camp

I will be speaking at the Fraser Valley WordPress Camp this coming Wednesday, July 16. The event is limited to 100 people and there are only 23 tickets left. If you wish attend, then you better register now. The event will sell out. The cost to attend the camp is zero.

WordPress is the number one blogging platform in the world. Every 20 seconds a new WordPress blog comes online. John Chow dot Com is powered by WordPress. The Fraser Valley WordPress Camp is for anyone that has an interest in blogging and WordPress in general. Beginners will learn more about what blogging is and what the WordPress software can do. Expert WordPress users will be able to network and learn from other expert bloggers.

I look forward to seeing you at the Cascades Casino, 20393 Fraser Hwy, Langley for WordPress Camp Fraser Valley.

28 thoughts on “A Few Tickets Left for WordPress Camp”

  1. Awesome!

    Wish I could go to promote my make money online site. I need a new domain cause it really doesn’t suit my niche… At all. 😛

  2. I would like to come but to bad it was far from my home

  3. Sounds interesting, but whats the catch?

    1. John Chow says:

      It’s free to get in but you have to pay to get out. 😈 Actually, there is no catch. It’s a 100% free event to help users of WordPress.

      1. Terry Tay says:

        100% FREE?

        Ok, cool! When can you book my flight and hotel. I’ll probably need a car rental too 😉
        ~Terry 😆

    1. John Chow says:

      No, this is the second Camp in BC. However, WordPress Camps are held all over the world.

      1. Any chance we see some new tricks and tweeks on JohnChow.com when you get back?

  4. Bonnie says:

    I’m signed up and looking forward to the event. Great opportunity to learn from experienced bloggers and network with others at the same skill level as I am.

  5. Having heard some of your traffic tips at DCP, I’m tempted to go but with gas prices the way it is, maybe not. Then again, I could shoot another version of this –

  6. G says:

    Please please please please inform if there is one in Toronto. I’m in highschool, so I can’t really leave the city yet.

    You the man, John.

  7. G says:

    OMG. I just found one some info about WordPress WordCamp Toronto. Its on October 4th, $25 CAD tickets. So yeah, its unfair that its not free, but it won’t stop me 😈

  8. I wonder if there are any high profile bloggers in orange county. I’d like to go.

  9. Bro Alex says:

    I`d love to be there, but I`m some thousands of miles away, speaking of help, can anyone help me design my theme? Looking for some experts out there, willing to pay with PayPal , anyone interested can contact me at [email protected], I would appreciate to see some portfolios.


  10. I think they had one in NY, but I was too busy to go.

  11. amirulcyber says:

    Nice to see you again john.useful article. 🙂

  12. Deepak says:

    I wish I could attend this. Does something like this happen in Australia?

    1. There was one back in Nov 07. Darren Rowse from ProBlogger was one of the presenters. I’m not sure if anymore are planned for the future though.

      1. Sorry! I meant to mention this was in Melbourne. Here is the link: http://melbourne.wordcamp.org/

  13. fas says:

    WordPress s no doubt number one but a bit complicated to use.

    1. How can wordpress be hard to use? There are tons others that are so much more complicated to setup and install, let alone use!

    2. Thorsten says:

      WP is worth learning. You will not need another platform ever !

    3. I think it’s pretty easy. All you have to do is read the Codex & you’re set for life.

  14. WordPress is the least complicated to use 😈

    1. I agree. If anything, Typo has a huge learning curve.

  15. Thorsten says:

    This should be a great networking event…

  16. Danny Dang says:

    See you guys there!

  17. Can’t beat the wordpress seo either

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