-It was love for WordPress at first sight!
A registration desk and over 280 attendees for WordCamp Nagpur, 2019 made the event not just knowledgeable but also fun.
WordCamp Nagpur 2019, a casual conference for bloggers, developers, designers, marketers and WordPress business owners was hosted in city on Sunday, 11 Aug at MIA Centre for Sports and Recreation.
The registration and breakfast began at 8:45 am with the attendees getting to taste Nagpur’s Tarri Poha. After the opening remarks, the sessions began. The topics for the session were suggested by local user group and then speakers were curated by the organisers to make sure that the topics benefit attendees. The sessions went on simultaneously in two conference rooms.
Room 1 witnessed, Evolution of Monetization of Websites by Jayesh Bagde, What is Search Engine Optimization all about by Taj Soheil Siddique, Help Google understand your content better with Schema Markup by Bhanu Ahluwalia, Lead generation techniques for your WordPress website by Rahul D Sarker, New business opportunities with Gutenberg by Puneet Sahalot, How to track website visitors and actions by Sanjay Dabhoya, Fact-check before sharing or publishing by Ankita Deshkar, E-commerce possibilities with WordPress by Rohit Motwani, Digital payments in India and perks of collecting online by Rajasekaran Radhakrishnan, and WordPress Mythconception Ver 20.19 by Gorakh Sirsikar.
Room 2 witnessed sessions by Security in Themes and Plugins by Rajan Vijayan, Keep your WordPress Website Healthy by Chetan Prajapati, Getting Into Freelancing: Challenges & Opportunities by Prince Kumar, Headless WordPress by Dhanendran Rajagopal, How to write a 3000+ words article by Srishty Sharon Malviya, Custom Gutenberg Block Development with React by Imran Sayed, Blogging for Business: How Blogging can grow your Business? by Aditya Vikram, Open Source Citizenship: What you gain and how we gain! by Aditya Kane, Finding the right niche by Amit Malewar and Improving WordPress Theme Development workflow by Naveen Kharwar.
Another floor was dedicated to networking and to connect with the sponsors for the event. Admin level sponsors were WooComerce, Jetpack, HaathiHost, weDevs, FlyThemes, rtCamp, Rank Math, PayPal and Astra, Editor level sponsors were Bluehost, GoDaddy, HubSpot, Nestify and Multidots, Author level sponsors were Softspace Solutions, WP Themes India, Hand Built, CreedAlly Gravity WIZ while the media sponsors for the event were, FireMud FM, Reacho and The Live Nagpur.
The organisers were glad enough to help everyone who was in the city for the first time. The conference ended on a happy note with people carrying the swags and the laptop stands home with them, while the speakers were the lucky ones to be offered a DIY wall clock. WordCamp closing ceremony ended with announcing upcoming meetup on August 31, 2019, for beginners.
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