Thank you to our sponsor dock29 marketing

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

Elevate your service level…you and your clients are worth it.

Consulting that leverages the tools, talent and technique of big brand advertising agency [Starcom MediaVest & Publicis] with the agility of small business.

We often work with other agencies and designers to help them provide digital services and consulting to their clients, which they’d otherwise be unable to offer in-house.

Find at more at http://dock29.com

Thank you to our sponsor Greengeeks

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

GreenGeeks is an independently owned and operated green web hosting provider since 2008. GreenGeeks specializes in managed WordPress hosting making hosting WordPress websites easy with automatic 1-click install, managed updates, enhanced security, blazing fast website performance and 24/7 U.S. based support.

Twitter Handle: @greengeeks
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/greengeeks

Thank you to our sponsor iThemes

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

Since 2008, iThemes has been creating WordPress tools to help you build and grow your freelance web design business with WordPress.And our BackupBuddy product: The original WordPress backup plugin to backup, restore and move WordPress.

Twitter handle: @ithemes; @Backup_Buddy
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/ithemes
Website link: https://ithemes.com/

Thank you to our sponsor Highforge

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

This team is one of the original digital agencies, founded in 2001. Highforge builds online businesses through high-end custom WordPress and Shopify Strategy, Design, Development and Marketing. They field a team of creatives in downtown Orlando and they partner with small and large brand clients to meet swiftly-changing, complex digital goals (by making things simple). They focus on helping service-based companies, ecommerce, construction, medical, tech and tourism industries. They also focus on caring deeply about accessibility, volunteerism, and making the community a better place.

https://twitter.com/Highforge
https://www.linkedin.com/company/highforge-digital-design-and-marketing
www.highforge.com

Thank you to our sponsor BeaverBuilder

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

Easily build responsive websites without touching a line of code. Beaver
Builder is a powerful and flexible website builder for WordPress
<https://www.wpbeaverbuilder.com>;. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, you’re going to love taking control of your website with Beaver Builder.

https://www.facebook.com/wpbeaverbuilder/
https://twitter.com/beaverbuilder
https://www.wpbeaverbuilder.com

Thank you to our sponsor WPBeginner

WordCamps wouldn’t be possible without the sponsorship of companies who care about WordPress, and we are lucky to be supported by some great firms.

WPBeginner is the largest free WordPress resource site with over 320,000+ subscribers from 190 countries around the world. Founded by Syed Balkhi in 2009, WPBeginner has always helped users learn how to make the most out of WordPress. WPBeginner offers free videosand step by step WordPress tutorials for beginners.

WPBeginner has guides like how to choose WordPress hosting, how to install WordPress,how to build an email list in WordPress, and many more.

The team at WPBeginner is also behind some of the most popular plugins such asOptinMonster – WordPress popup and lead-generation plugin, Soliloquy – responsive WordPress slider, and Envira Gallery – responsive WordPress gallery.

Visit WPBeginner // Twitter @WPBeginner