What WordCamp Mumbai is all about?

WordCamp, the country’s largest blogging conference, powered by blogging giant WordPress is coming to Mumbai on 20th-21st October.

This two day conference being held at Prabodhan Thakre Natya Mandir, located in Boravali West, will provide WordPress enthusiasts, bloggers, podcasters, developers and designers a platform to engage and learn.

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WordCamp Mumbai 2012

WordCamps are informal, community-organized events that are put together by WordPress users and are held in selected cities across the globe, where novices as well as experts come together to share ideas and gain knowledge from each other.

WordCamp Mumbai will see some of the country’s most sought-after experts coming together on one dais to share their best practices and provide expert advice.

The registrations are open for the event and more can be learned about it by visiting Registration Page

The event will run two parallel tracks, one for users and one for developers. The user track is for marketers, content writers, casual bloggers and novices. This track would discuss how blogs can be used as powerful tools, while not delving much into the technology aspect of WordPress. Some of the topics, the user track would cover are: “Scaling up your blogging business from 1$ to 10 million”, “Powering Brands through WordPress”, “Google, You and WordPress” etc. The developer track, on the other hand, will be more focussed towards the technology and development. This is the session for advanced users, coders, web designers, technology entrepreneurs, web developers, programmers and technology students. Some of the topics being covered in this track would be:  “Scaling up your WordPress on the Cloud”, “Theme development’ and “Android app development for your Blog” etc.

With Expert Speakers from multi-industry and multi-sectors, WordCamp Mumbai will be a rich and enlightening experience, with intellectual takeaways such as learning to build a website from scratch, best practices of monetizing and earning profits from the blogs.

 

14 Responses to What WordCamp Mumbai is all about?

  1. I am held up 21st, but would like to be part of the event on 20th can I ?

  2. Amit Kumar says:

    It will be useful if you keep this event in November. All of sudden it is difficult to travel till Mumbai. moreover only one week left!

  3. gayatri soni says:

    I too agree with both of them, please have some consideration over this.

  4. Has not any body heard of the city of Jaipur? We got bloggers here too! Somebody host an event in Jaipur, You here!

  5. Sunny Sodday says:

    I so want to go there,

  6. iShubham says:

    i will miss my term test for this 😀

  7. Harshad says:

    Are the ticket available on same day? i.e. 20th and 21st?

  8. Harshad says:

    Thanks, but want to make sure, If we can buy tickets on event day itself, As one of my friend has not confirmed yet.. So in that case are the tickets available on event day?