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WordCamp Delhi 2017 Growth Hacking Slide Deck & Photos

On 19th August 2017, Delhi enjoyed the first ever WordCamp meet (#WCDelhi) after 2009. I was fortunate enough to be part of this community event as a speaker &  share some of my growth hacking techniques that helped me grow ShoutMeLoud to 1.6 million page views. Such not for profit event is of immense value for anyone who is already into blogging & marketing or someone who is planning to get into it.

WordCamp Delhi was a one-day event where I got to meet some of the brightest minds of WordPress community.  This was my 3rd WordCamp event & like last 2, It was another milestone event of my career. I got to meet many ShoutMeLoud readers who traveled from all over the India to attend the event. Bloggers & digital marketers from TamilNadu, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Bihar & many other states of India.

My WordCamp Delhi session: Growth hacking your WordPress Blog traffic & monetization

I’m very selective when it comes to picking a speaking gig. WordCamp is usually one such event where I love to participate as I see myself adding more value to people’s life. You can see a list of my past appearances here.

When I was invited to speak, my first few days went on deciding what to speak. I prefer speaking about things that help attendees grow as an individual & their online business at the same time. I shared 4 growth hacking techniques that we use here at ShoutMeLoud to grow it to 1.6 million page views a month.

My first takeaway was for the first time attendees to feel the strength & power of community. Along with this, speak to others who were from different walks of WordPress community & ask them “Why they are doing, what they do!”.  I believe many of you might have missed out on attending this event & that’s why I’m sharing the slides here so that you don’t miss out on 4 important growth hacking techniques for your blog or business website.

Here are few plugins that I have mentioned in my talk:

Also, #3 was how to get ‘Zero’ position in Google search. Here are the tricks that you can apply:

  1. Use Bullets
  2. Use Tables
  3. Answers queries in post within Paragraph ( Hint: Look for related questions)
  4. Write 40-50 words
  5. Add a Q&A section after post
  6. What, why, how
  7. Recipes
  8. Videos

I will share the video of the session once the official video is out.

Pics & tweets from Shouters & attendees:

You can see the pictures of WordCamp on ShoutMeLoud Facebook page album here. I’m also embedding few images, tweets, Instagram posts from WordCamp Delhi event.

WordCamp Delhi AttendeesWordCamp Delhi 2017 BagWordCamp Delhi, India AttendeesWordCamp New Delhi, India Attendees

https://www.instagram.com/p/BX-tst1HRdK/?taken-by=denharsh

https://www.instagram.com/p/BX-8KXnnlco/?tagged=wcdelhi

https://www.instagram.com/p/BX-P-wPAiOX/?tagged=wcdelhi

https://twitter.com/denharsh/status/898847393268891651

What about Next WordCamps in India?

Here are two upcoming WordCamp this year in India:

If you plan to attend any of the above two events, stay prepared for an amazing time. You should book your tickets for WordCamp Ahmedabad as it’s a 3 days event & you will get a chance to feel the power of community.

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A blog scientist by the mind and a passionate blogger by heart ❤️. Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and Cryptocurrency space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud and CoinSutra, and a Speaker at Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. He has won numerous awards for his work at ShoutMeLoud. Life motto: Live while you can! Teach & inspire while you could & Smile while you have the teeth.
  • Pooja Dagar says:

    Well Done Harsh….Keep up the good work !!
    I missed to attend the amazing WordCamp 🙁

  • Sibtain Zaheer says:

    Dear Harsh,

    It was a pleasure to host you at #WCDelhi and of course your presentation was a runaway success of which the proof lies in the dozens of blog comments that speak for themselves. Your presence made an otherwise good event excellent. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support and hope that we we will achieve even more success in future.

    Kind regards,
    Sibtain Zaheer
    On behalf of WordCamp Delhi 2017 Team

  • likhitha says:

    Would like to see a guide on how to organize a wordcamp event! so i can go and organize one in my city 😀 Thanks for sharing Harsh

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  • sumit rajput says:

    When I was invited to speak, my first few days went on deciding what to speak. I prefer speaking about things that help attendees grow as an individual & their online business at the same time.

  • Anil Saini says:

    It was great to meet and discuss with you Harsh. Really enjoyed listening to you.

  • md.nawfel islam says:

    Hi,HARSH AGRAWAL
    verry nice and good job
    I missed it. Though, I’d booked ticket for the event but still I couldn’t come. I felt so wreched because I knew I missed something important. I was so helpless.

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