WordCamp Fraser Valley Update

If you live in the lower mainland and are planning to attend the first ever WordPress Camp happening in the Fraser Valley on July 16 but haven’t registered yet, then you better do so quick. With only 20 days to go, registration is already 1/3 full. The camp will be limited to 100 people.

WordCamp Fraser Valley organizer, Blue Fur Webhosting, is still looking for a Coffee & Snack sponsor. Also, if you want to donate a few door prizes in exchange for sponsorship, give the blue one a shout.

WordPress is the most used blogging software in the World with millions of users across the globe. It makes creating and managing a blog easy with an intuitive user interface. This event is for anyone that has an interest in blogging and WordPress in general. Beginner’s will learn more about what blogging is and what WordPress software can do. Expert WordPress users will be able to network and learn from other expert bloggers.

Schedule for WordCamp

  • 6:00 PM – 6:10 PM Introductions and Welcome
  • 6:10 PM – 6:40 PM Raul Pacheco – I Switched to WordPress, and So Can You!
  • 6:40 PM – 7:10 PM Kerry Sauriol – Building a Community Blog.
  • 7:10 PM – 7:30 PM Break and Networking
  • 7:30 PM – 8:00 PM Kulpreet Singh – Secure your WordPress blog.
  • 8:00 PM – 8:30 PM Rebecca Bollwitt – Custom Page and Sidebar Templates.
  • 8:30 PM – 9:00 PM John Chow – Evil ways to increase traffic.

WordCamp Fraser Valley will be held on Wednesday, July 16 at the Cascades Casino in Langley, BC. Cost for the event is completely free but you must preregister. You can reserve your seat here. Hope to see you there!

16 thoughts on “WordCamp Fraser Valley Update”

  1. Jared Taylor says:

    A great opportunity here, be sure to update the rest of us after this event John. Especially the 7:30-8pm and 8:30-9pm time-slots 💡

    Damn living on the other side of the world! 👿

    1. Austin says:

      Maybe he could get us a “free” video of the recorded meeting.

  2. technoob says:

    Haha, john chow is it possible to make a video of your speech, Evil ways to increase traffic and post it here on your blog for your loyal readers that cannot make it.

  3. Austin says:

    Why do they call it a camp? Why not call it a Seminar?

    1. John Chow says:

      Ask WordPress. They’re the ones who call it a Camp.

      1. Abdul says:

        I think its probably because its like a training center you many new people where professionals share their secrets with newbies!

    2. jatt says:

      Maybe because Camp and Seminar is not the same? :mrgreen:

  4. Gerard says:

    I wish that WordCamp would at least go to Toronto. It would be really cool to attend one.

  5. jatt says:

    I wish i was there to attend..but i was thousand miles far!!!Argh!! 😥

  6. Tyler Ingram says:

    I’ll be there! That and people will stop bugging me to come out 😉 lol Looking forward to what the speakers have to talk about actually whether or not I already know it might be a nice refresher or give me new insight.

  7. Geiger says:

    The lineup seems a bit boring except for the last speaker. Love the title!

  8. Thiago Prado says:

    I wish I could go there. The problem is that I live in NY and don’t want to spend money in traveling. Maybe you could come to NY to give us an presentation.

  9. Syed Balkhi says:

    It sounds like a great camp, but I don’t think I would be able to make it.

  10. Caleb says:

    Evil ways to increase traffic definitely sounds interesting 👿
    Any chance you’d give us a preview on this topic John?

  11. Ganesh says:

    Yeah. Please make a video of the entire camp and put it on John Chow for your loyal readers. Please. 🙂

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