Using WordPress as your publishing hub

This morning at WordCamp San Diego I gave a talk titled “Using WordPress as your publishing hub. It went well and lots of people had great questions. If anyone has followup questions I’m happy to answer them in the comments. The slides are included below.

The blurb I sent in for the talk was:

WordPress as Your Publishing Hub will cover everything you need to know to simplify your web publishing. With Facebook, Twitter, and many other services it can be stressful to make sure you are publishing the right content in the right places. In this session you will learn how to simplify this with plugins, core features, and theme options. Best of all, you won’t need to know any code to do it! You can make WordPress your digital home on the web.

Plugins and Tools mentioned:

9 thoughts on “Using WordPress as your publishing hub

  1. Thanks for thinking of FavePersonal, Andrew. Not having seen your talk yet I can only assume what you’re envisioning is what we want to accomplish, too: a single hub for photos, videos, status posts, blog entries, etc.

    I’ll send an email in case you want to trade some ideas and feedback.

    1. Not having seen your talk yet I can only assume what you’re envisioning is what we want to accomplish, too: a single hub for photos, videos, status posts, blog entries, etc.

      Precisely. The talk was about using your WP site as the hub for everything you publish and then pushing out to and pulling in from other services. I really dig what you guys did with FavePersonal.

      1. I really dig what you guys did with FavePersonal.

        Thanks! We think there’s lots of potential here. I think folks are continuing to turn their attention to this now (especially as there will only be more social networks) and look forward to helping make it easy to own your “home on the web” without becoming an island. :)

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