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Mastering Your Community Website 201: Moderate WordPress and cPanel

STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC)

Friday, June 15, 2018 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (EDT)

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About the Webinar

You've created your domain, selected a hosting company, and installed WordPress. Your site is up and running, but is fairly straightforward and simple, and missing its 15 pieces of flair. Learn how to improve your site by integrating social media, mail lists, event calendars, and more. Go under the hood and tighten security, scan for viruses, have Google analyze your site visits, optimize for search engines, and FTP files to/from your web server. Work towards mastering your community website!

About the Audience

This webinar is for those currently serving as community webmasters, are incoming webmasters, or are interested in learning more about using WordPress and cPanel for their communities. All STC members are welcome, and are encouraged to register and attend online or watch the recording.

About the Speaker

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Timothy Esposito is an STC Associate Fellow with over 17 years of technical communication experience. He is currently President of the STC Philadelphia Metro Chapter. Before becoming president, Timothy was VP, chapter treasurer, webmaster, and scholarship manager. He lives just outside Philadelphia with his wife, son, and his retired greyhound.

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STC Community Affairs Committee (CAC)

Our Mission

  • Provide a principal communications channel between STC community leaders and the STC Board of Directors and staff

  • Reach out to STC communities to help them resolve problems

  • Initiate actions, in collaboration with the Board and staff, to strengthen STC communities

  • Oversee efforts to orient new leaders; provide guidance materials; capture and share lessons learned; mentor STC leaders (and future leaders) of SIGs, chapters, Society committees, etc.

  • Lead two events at the annual STC Summit: the Leadership Program and the Communities Reception

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