What a fantastic event! Thank you everyone who helped to make it happen and for those of you who came out. As promised, Ryan would post his slides today (Wednesday, December 5th). Thank you for all the fantastic feedback 🙂
Remember – SEO makes sense! Wishing you all the best with the launch of WordPress 5.0 set to tomorrow.
Why did you choose your topic?
I want people to understand how web design and SEO are connected. If I can help educate them, they can make better decisions.
What do you want people to learn from your session?
How to perform long-tail SEO research which makes up 70% of search traffic, how that is directly tied to the future of SEO, and how Gutenberg makes it easier for the user to make use of content blocks to achieve this.
Why did you decide to speak?
Education is my greatest passion, and when I heard about WordCamp I thought it would be a great event/community to share with.
What are you most looking forward to at WordCamp Toronto?
Meeting people, learning and most of all answering questions.
What’s your advice to other WordCamp attendees?
I really want to talk about how connected SEO and websites are. There is a really big knowledge gap here, and we have the results and data to show the strong connection.
— Andy McIlwain @ #WCUS (@andymci) December 1, 2018