WordCamp Milwaukee Discount Code

May 7 by
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wordcamp milwaukee discount codeIf you have ever wanted to start your own website, consider attending WordCamp Milwaukee June 7-9. WordCamp is a conference for users of WordPress, a free blogging platform that powers over 60 million websites worldwide (including Milwaukee Consumer).

I attended WordCamp Milwaukee last year and spent the weekend with over 200 other website operators learning more about the world’s most popular content management system.

One of the reasons that WordPress is so popular is that it allows non-technical people to run a professional looking website. WordCamp caters to users of all technical abilities – from those who are getting ready to launch their first website, to developers that write code to extend the capabilities of WordPress.

WordCamp Milwaukee Discount Code

At $25 a ticket, WordCamp is very reasonably priced. Each ticket includes two full days of presentations, lunch both days, and a reception on Saturday night. For $10 more, attend a four-hour Foundation 101 boot camp for new WordPress users and developers on Friday.

I was recently selected to be a speaker at this year’s WordCamp Milwaukee, and have a discount code to save $5 on tickets. Enter my last name, Olsen (make sure you spell it right!), in the Coupon Code field at checkout to receive your discount. Only ten discounts are available, so if you’re interested, don’t delay!

If you’re attending WordCamp Milwaukee this year, leave a comment and let me know! I’d love to meet up and say hi. 🙂

Comments

One Comment on WordCamp Milwaukee Discount Code

  1. Aaron Saray on Wed, 8th May 2013 10:46 AM

    Congratulations on being selected as a fellow speaker! Look forward to meeting up with you. 🙂

    If I can try to un-biasedly pitch WordCamp to others too: One of the fears people have is that ‘everyone will know more than me’ – or ‘I haven’t the foggiest idea how to get started’ – this is where WordCamp is really useful though!

    The mix of people is between those who use the tool often and have extensive knowledge of plugins and custom programming – to those who just use it for blogging – to those who are looking ‘where should I start’ – it literally has all kinds of user levels. The tracks are usually split up enough so that you can always find a talk at your own level.

    Plus, to get all this knowledge and connections, its one of the most affordable ways to start. Hope to see some new faces! 🙂

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