In September, Timothy Esposito shared his Webmaster 101 presentation with us. Now he’s back to expand on what we learned.
You’ve created your domain, selected a hosting company, and installed WordPress. Your site is up and running, but it’s 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 website!
Wednesday, February 5
12:00 – 1:00 pm CST
STC Chapter Members – FREE
STC Members – $5.00
Non-Members – $10.00
About the Speaker: Timothy Esposito
Timothy Esposito is a Principal Technical Writer at Oracle Corporation where he works on logistics software. An STC member since 2005, for the Philadelphia Metro Chapter Timothy has served as Scholarship Chair, Treasurer, Webmaster, Vice President, and President. During his term as PMC president, STC-PMC won a Pacesetter award, received the platinum level Community Achievement Award twice, and was named Community of the Year for 2017. Additionally, Tim has participated in the 2012 and 2015 STC budget review committees, worked on the Scholarship Committee, the Community Affairs Committee, the Intercom Award Committee, and the Summit Conference Committee. Also, Tim has chaired STC committees including the Distinguished Chapter Service Award Committee, the Community Achievement Award/Community Pacesetter Committee, and the Associate Fellows Committee. Furthermore, Tim wrote book reviews for Technical Communication Journal, helped plan the STC NY-PMC-Rochester-New England-Atlanta regional competition, and assisted in organizing and running the PMC Mid-Atlantic Technical Communication Conference, CONDUIT. In 2015 he won the Distinguished Chapter Service Award; in 2016 Tim became an Associate Fellow and then a Fellow in 2019. When not working on STC projects, Tim volunteers with his township historical commission where he creates a monthly email newsletter, spends time with his family, rescues greyhounds, and tries out new board and card games with friends. (www.linkedin.com/in/timothyesposito/)