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WordCamp Miami 2016 Videos

Here are some awesome videos that capture what WordCamp Miami 2016 was all about. See them all on our YouTube Channel

From the Producer: Steve Sarsfield, South Florida Video Productions

“I have worked with WCMIA on two separate projects and the turnout, camaraderie, information and yes! the meals and ice cream -are always stellar. This is a well organized event run by passionate people and should not be missed. This year, SFLVP contracted to make 2 videos for WCMIA2016. There was so much great footage we decided to donate 3 additional videos to help promote this wonderful group and save some fun memories. I could not imagine the happy dance, emoticon pillows, KidsCamp projects and the Hallway Track “on the cutting floor”. Thanks WCMIA for all you do and I look forward to our next project!”

Steve Sarsfield is the owner and lead producer of South Florida Video Productions. SFLVP specializes in marketing video production for broadcast and websites.

Why Journalists Should Attend WordCamp Miami

Whether you’ve got a full-time job, part-time job, you’re a freelancer or you’re looking, WordCamp has something for every facet of journalism. That is every journalist should be at WordCamp Miami this weekend.

The freelancer’s workshop on Friday, Feb. 19, helps full-time and part-time freelancers work on projects, regardless of WordPress experience. Many sessions include how to use WordPress to your advantage with branding, clients, sales, and more.

Starting Saturday, journalists can head to awesome sessions like creating new blogs, building landing pages, SEO, and content creation, plus so much more.

On Sunday, journalists can learn the benefits of user-generated content, social media advertising, and how to handle your freelance business if it gets too big, plus tons more.

Want to hire a journalist? Visit the SPJ Florida whiteboard to add your job opening where attendees can get a first-hand look at who is hiring. You may also be featured on where journalists from across the state flock to find the newest job listings. Whether it’s a writer, reporter, editor, or even blogger, social media manager, or intern, SPJ Florida features journalism jobs at no cost to employers or job seekers. Yes, that’s correct: free for all.

Got any questions? Contact @dorizinn on Twitter.