WordCamp Sacramento 2018 – Recap

Sacramento is the Capital of California. It is also home to just under 500,000 residents. Sacramento ranks 29th in the nation for number of businesses, according to a new analysis. The four-county region has 44,514 private-sector businesses that employ 621,068 workers, according to an On Numbers analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data for the nation’s metro areas in 2012. Continue reading “WordCamp Sacramento 2018 – Recap”

WordCamp Los Angeles 2018

GreenGeeks Web Hosting will be sponsoring WordCamp Los Angeles September 21st – 23rd, 2018 which will be held at California State University, Los Angeles, Golden Eagle Ballrooms. WordCamp L.A. will host 40+ expert speakers, 30+ sessions varying in WordPress/Business topics and an awesome after party/networking session on Saturday the 22nd at the Blue Cow Kitchen, which will begin at 7:30 pm. All attendees are invited.

Up to 500 individuals are expected to attend WordCamp Los Angeles this year. If you don’t know someone who will be attending you will definitely meet more friends than you expect. Be prepared to mingle!

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WordCamp Sacramento 2018

GreenGeeks Web Hosting will be sponsoring & attending WordCamp Sacramento’s 4th anniversary which will be held September 15-16, 2018 at the Sacramento Convention Center.

In 2015, the inaugural event sold out all 150 tickets in only two hours. In 2016, 300 tickets were sold in three batches, with each batch of tickets selling out in 24 hours or less. In 2017, the event sold over 500 tickets. For 2018, the venue can accommodate more than 700 attendees.

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WordCamp Minneapolis/St. Paul 2018

Will you be in Minneapolis/St. Paul August 23rd – 25th? If so, you better check out the local WordCamp! Tickets can be purchased, but hurry! They may run out.

Thursday from 12pm – 2pm, six classes will be held by Jennifer Bourn, Rachel Cherry, Scott DeLuzio, Dawn Watkins and Patrick Rauland. The topics will range from onboarding new clients, design, intro to programming, building a plugin and an intro to WooCommerce. You’ll be able to find these classes being held in rooms Johnson, Minnesota and Ski-U-Mah.

The following are a few topics of the sessions being held at this Camp: Continue reading “WordCamp Minneapolis/St. Paul 2018”

WordCamp Vancouver 2015: It’s a wrap.

Wordcamp Vancouver 2015
(from left to right) Chris Racicot, Josh Dargie, Kaumil Patel, Trey Gardner, Philip Crout

This past weekend, GreenGeeks had the honor and pleasure to sponsor WordCamp Vancouver 2015 which was held at BCIT’s downtown campus on August 15, 2015. We’ve sponsored & attended WordCamp’s in the past, but this was the first time we’ve made a physical presence as a team!

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GreenGeeks at DrupalCon Denver 2012

(Trey Gardner, CEO of GreenGeeks – Pictured Above)

DrupalCon Denver 2012 was a hit. The attendee count was 3000+, which is awesome! Taking from last year’s success at DrupalCon Chicago, we decided to go bigger and better. We spent over $300 dollars in candy to provide Drupalistas the sugar energy fix they needed to get through the great seminars, speeches and all the great great events that went down at DrupalCon.

In addition to educating Drupal developers, designers, users, fans… what GreenGeeks is/does and how we’re the leader in green energy web hosting, we were giving a chance to enter to win 1 of 3 prizes that will be given away on April 15, 2012.

It was a pleasure to meet all of the potential customers and of course our beloved existing customers.

Remember, if you don’t choose us as your green hosting provider, choose a hosting provider that is.

Until next year…

DrupalCon 2011 Hosting Giveaway Winners Announced!

Last month we were an official sponsor of DrupalCon 2011 Chicago, and a few of us headed out to the windy city to participate.  The conference was a great turn out. Our team met a lot of our customers and a lot of potential new customers who were interested in our green approach to the industry.

Part of our presence there was to give away 10 free drupal hosting accounts to anyone in the Drupal community that let us scan their QR Codes into our Apple iPod Touch, our eco-friendly way of collecting “business cards” for the draw. Today, we have announced our winners and they have been contacted via e-mail to redeem their free web hosting account. Congratulations to those who won and thanks for those who participated and took interest in our company.

Oh, we we also gave out a LOT of candy 🙂

TJ Williams
GreenGeeks / Marketing