Web Hosting Hub Furthers Its Commitment to Women

Web-hosting-hub-blogging-blogher14If you’ve never heard of BlogHer before, it’s one of the most influential blogging networks for women online. They are so influential that presidential nominees in the United States have sought their approval and influence in the past two elections. Besides its political influence, BlogHer is a great resource for women both seasoned and new to blogging. BlogHer provides community, collective bargaining power, exposure and advertorial magnetization resources to its members. Founded in 2005 by Elisa Camahort, Jory Des Jardins and Lisa Stone, BlogHer has grown over the past decade to an astounding reach of more than 100 million visitors a month.  It’s fair to say that they are kind of a big deal and the crowd you want to be in with. This year, they held their tenth annual conference appropriately in Silicon Valley, where they held their first conference and started as an organization. However, this year brought over 5,000 attendees. Continue reading “Web Hosting Hub Furthers Its Commitment to Women”

WordCamp Seattle and The Future of WordPress

Web-Hosting-hub-WordCamp-Seattle-best-WordPress-hostingHaving never been to a WordCamp or Seattle before, I was excited to visit this beautiful city in the Pacific Northwest and to get a better understanding of the WordPress community. I wanted to better understand WordCamp Seattle and the future of WordPress from key WordPress
influencers like Paul Clark, Andrew Nacin and Jenifer Bourn. I didn’t want to just make assumptions, so I put on my Inspector Gadgets glasses and planned interviews with Paul Clark and Andrew Nacin, both speakers at WordCamp Seattle and important players on the core development of WordPress; while Jennifer Bourn is the perfect poster child for the power and success many people find using WordPress, with its simple and free access to managing a website and its content. Continue reading “WordCamp Seattle and The Future of WordPress”