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Every project has its own unique requirements–some of them more “unique” than others. And sometimes the solution sits right under our noses. ...

Every project has its own unique requirements–some of them more “unique” than others. And sometimes the solution sits right under our noses.

Such is the case with WordPress. Everyone knows it excels as a blogging platform. No one would think twice about implementing it as a CMS for a small business. But what about using it for nationwide projects with daily users are anticipated to grow to the thousands?

Can WordPress actually go beyond its reputation as a small-site CMS? Or are the myths more founded than fiction?

In this presentation, we explore the big business applications of WordPress, sharing how we’ve used it in the past and shining light on its potential. Designed to help web entrepreneurs think outside the obvious, we’ll discuss the opportunities WordPress presents for big business, tips for pitching WordPress, and the best practices we’ve discovered along the way.

After all, there is one limiting factor of WordPress: your imagination.

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    WordPress for Big Business WordPress for Big Business Presentation Transcript

    • WordPress for Big Business RADII PRODUCTION - TORONTO WORDCAMP 2013
    • Honrio Cham @radiiproduction Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Agenda Background WordPress and Big Business Debunking the myths of WordPress Why we love WordPress Tips for pitching WordPress Tips for Success Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Let’s take it back to a simpler time . . . Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • 1995 Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • The dot com boom days Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • My “ticket” Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • The dot com boom days Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Joined a “start up”, chased the dream . . . Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • dot com dream Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • dot com dream Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Take things into our own hands Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Custom CMS & Enterprise CMS Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Head out of the trenches Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • WordPress and Big Business Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Debunking the myths of WordPress Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is just for blogs Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • 18.9% of the web is WordPress in 2013 Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is limited Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is slow Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is not safe Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is not SEO friendly Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Myth WordPress is not Global Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Why we love WordPress Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • “Out of the box” Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Full team involvement Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • More Options Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Fast and easy training Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • More time to work on the user experience Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • WordPress sells itself (almost) Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Great community Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Tips to Pitching WordPress Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Be transparent Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • “Walking on water and developing software from a specification are easy if both are frozen.” - Edward V. Berard Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Quick wins, start small and scale up Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Tips for Success Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Map out detailed requirements Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Get the team involved early Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Have your environments ready Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Don’t develop for today Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Do your due diligence Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Don’t abandon your client Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Have stamina & patience Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • How have we measured success in projects? Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • “Just code. It’s just code. Anything that we want to do is just code. There’s nothing you can imagine that can’t be done.” - Ryan Boren Early WP Contributor Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • www.goradii.com | @radiiproduction | honrio.cham@goradii.com Toronto WordCamp 2013
    • WordPress for Big Business RADII PRODUCTION - TORONTO WORDCAMP 2013