Brian Messenlehner and David Vogelpohl to Keynote Affiliate Summit East 2018
There will be an Ask the WordPress experts keynote session at Affiliate Summit East 2018 (https://affiliatesummit.com/events/ase18/) on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at the New York Marriott Marquis in New York City.
This keynote will be a bigger version of the popular Ask the WordPress experts session, featuring Brian Messenlehner and David Vogelpohl, at Affiliate Summit East 2018. Have pressing questions on how you use WordPress successfully in your affiliate business? Come to this keynote to ask about WordPress growth and technology strategy from two of the top WordPress experts in the world. More details on each of the keynote panelists: Brian Messenlehner Brian, a former software developer for the United States Marine Corps, is the Co-founder of SchoolPresser.com, a web development company that specializes in building OpenSource solutions for schools. He is the Co-founder of AppPresser.com, a WordPress based framework for building iOS and Android Apps. He is also the Co-Author of Building Web Apps with WordPress, a book published by O’Reilly Media about WordPress as an Application Framework. Brian enjoys learning about new technology and believes open source software like WordPress is the key to successful cost-effective web solutions in any situation. David Vogelpohl David Vogelpohl is the Vice President of Web Strategy at WP Engine, a WordPress digital experience platform. WP Engine is a global leader in open source focused technology. Since 1996, David has been building teams which create and market digital experiences for the web, mobile, and beyond. David’s teams at WP Engine focus on WordPress development, WordPress core contributions, and performance marketing. David’s speaking style is focused on actionable-insights inspired by the most recent advancements in digital marketing, seasoned with over 20 years of know-how, and backed by relatable and relevant real-world examples. Be sure to come to this keynote with some WordPress questions.