Posts Tagged ‘New York City’
If you have a WordPress-based blog like me (which is the preferred platform for most Fortune 500 companies and individual entrepreneurs), you know that there is always room for improvement in functionality, SEO, gaining advertising space, and maximizing your presence on social media at precisely the right time for your targeted audience.
Introducing WordCamp: A three-day event next Friday (10/30) to Sunday (11/1) in NYC at the Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge (333 Adams Street). The all-inclusive weekend fete features the best-of-the-best WordPress experts speaking in panels and giving presentations, with a peppering of parties to promote one-on-one conversations. The Friday pre-event portion is Contributor Day for volunteers and proponents of WordPress growth. It’s included in the all-inclusive price, but requires a separate sign-up form located here.
Check out the schedules for the main events below:
The all-inclusive price for the entire weekend is a mere $40 per person. Purchase tickets here.
WordCamp welcomes all WordPress lovers of every skill level and role type. Calling all bloggers, developers, designers, business peeps and educators.
Blog on & Make yours strong,
America’s Got Talent, NBC’s #1 summer show, is coming to New York City on November 14, 2015 for auditions for its 11th Season!
Got a special talent? AGT accepts talent of all kinds and there are no age restrictions.
If you can’t make it out to the auditions, you may submit a video audition online.
For more information, visit http://www.americasgottalentauditions.com
Auditions will be held at:
Queens College (CUNY)
65-30 Kissena Blvd
Please do not contact the venue.
For whatever reason, I am super into maps. I like to know where things are in relation to each other, and I like discovering places in every area I find myself in.
Now there is a really cool new map that shows hotel and transit options for travelers who want to stay in NJ and commute into NYC. Spring and summer travel is starting up−it’s time to start vacation planning.
Check it out! NJ TRAVEL MAP
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