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Watch the WP FeedBack Summit on WPwatercooler.com!

You know how much we at the “watercooler” love hallway tracks! How about a virtual conference with moderated rooms, sponsor areas, and talks that won’t put Peppermint Patty to sleep.

What’s great about this event is the mashup between Jan Koch and Vito Peleg! They were destined to find each other and merge their two communities.

Why Attend The Virtual Summit

First of all, even though these are stressful times, unlike 1918, we still have to learn. It may actually be a time where learning and leveling up our business acumen is even more important.

There are amazing speakers and a variety of topics to address your pain points.

What Will You Learn?

Well, you may not “learn” anything new. But you may hear talks that will reinforce things you already know you should be doing — but aren’t. Am I right? You know I am.

Some of the more important talks to address aren’t JAMstack or Gutenberg. No. It’s about how to generate revenue, keep clients happy, and maintain your own mental health. Isn’t that valuable?

  • Generate recurring revenue with proven systems and strategies.
  • Deliver your projects on time and keep clients happy.
  • Get your clients to quickly deliver content when you ask them.
  • Stop working with less-than-stellar customers.
  • Learn more about your mental health and well-being in these trying times.

Fine. How Much Does it Cost?

This conference has a cost of your hourly billable rate. (Wait. What?)

It’s free to attend, of course, and you must register to do so. But we recognize your time is important. Log it in your accounting books as extended education. Free isn’t “free.” Your billable hours matter. But let’s help one another charge appropriately, collect payments due, and deliver the best the web has to offer.

How Is This Conference Free?

With great sponsors (just like at WordCamps) this conference is made available. Sponsors like Yith and GoDaddyPro, BoldGrid and Codeable are making this happen. There are way too many to list. Also with great outreach with media partners like WPwatercooler Network pitching in and spreading the work (what you are reading now is spreading the word.)

Where Can I Watch These Talks?

You can watch them right here. Yes, right here. And (psst) our very own Bridget Willard’s talk “B2B Marketing on Twitter explained” will be shown on Monday, April 27. We’re looking forward to Bridget sharing one of her biggest passions, Twitter. Check out the site, look at the time your favorites will be happening (they are accommodating multiple timezones) and join us, and the WP FeedBack Summit community. Check it out!

Wait. Why are you still here?

Go register already.

(Also, did you know we have a new Patreon account?)

 

 

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Bridget Willard is a marketing consultant who brings her teaching and accounting background together to help small businesses. She began her marketing career in construction, then worked in franchise development, nonprofits, and tech. She is especially known for her brand building for Riggins Construction, GiveWP, and the Make WordPress Marketing Team. Bridget co-hosts WPblab with Jason Tucker — a podcast and live YouTube show on the WPwatercooler network. Besides speaking at WordCamps near and far, Bridget was a organizer for Los Angeles for a few years and Orange County since 2017. When she’s not writing about marketing or social media, she is spending time with her friends, changing her hair style, learning languages on Duolingo, or walking by the ocean. Say hi to her on Twitter at @youtoocanbeguru and check out her site at bridgetwillard.com.

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