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- This meeting was organized on GitHub card #224
- Leading the meeting: @robinwpdeveloper
- Taking notes: @sereedmedia
- Link to meeting start in Slack: https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/C0GKJ7TFA/p1683644420666139
- Link to attendance thread in Slack (12 contribs): https://wordpress.slack.com/archives/C0GKJ7TFA/p1683644520706479
- Marketing Team members Jenni McKinnon, Sé Reed, and Mark-Andrew are currently slated to attend the Community Summit.
- Marketing Team successfully launched the #WP20 From Blogs to Blocks campaign. Thank you to @ninianepress, @nomadskateboarding, @sereedmedia, @santanainniss and @ngreennc for making that happen.
- This week’s coffee break will be on Thursday, 18 May, 2023 at 1
8:30 UTC 17:00 UTC
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- WordPress continued to hold steady this week. We had gains of 339 net-new followers over the week and did see some good results from individual platforms such as Instagram and LinkedIn. Twitter continued to see losses (-261) as more people slowly move away from the platform. However, we are also beginning a period where with the warmer weather, people who have been inside for long periods, are starting to head out more. More often the industry as a whole will see a drop off in user activity and engagement.
- The overall performance was strong from a campaign perspective. We saw 3 different campaigns reach the top 3 overall for WordPress. Campaigns such as WP 6.2, WP20, and the People of WordPress had the strongest performances for the week.
- Here is a look at the numbers for the week:
- Impressions: 300,309
- Engagements: 5,279
- Link clicks: 1,370
- Engagement Rate: 1.7%
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- Grow Your Story: Phase II #222
- New ticket for the 2023 campaign
- WP20 Book: Building Blocks: The Evolution of WordPress 2013-2023 #223
- Discussion about using pull requests for editing content, no conclusion reached
GitHub issues are being grouped in a new way today, please comment if this format is helpful or not.
Marketing Team management:
- Create single source of reference/FAQ for Make WordPress contributors working on GitHub #167
- This will be part of our WCEU documentation prep
- Update Marketing Handbooks “Get Involved” pages to improve contribution process for Marketing contributors #169
- Good collaboration session topic
- Adds marketing-specific issue templates #213 AND Amplification request form #140
- Waiting on pull request review and review changes
- Issue author: need to find the time to review all the comments and merge stuff in. My best guess is by end of May.
- What is WordPress? #205
- We need to move this along.
- Showcase Guidelines and Content Moderation #221
- The Showcase is IMPORTANT
- From @rmartinezduque: Openverse update: They now have new Flickr images in the catalog, here’s an example from the James Webb Space Telescope. We’ll be sharing this news on social media!
- From @sereedmedia: I want to share that I am personally very proud of what this team has accomplished with the From Blogs to Blocks campaign. Particularly, I want to acknowledge the small but mighty contributor team that came together to make an idea happen. Thank you to @ninianepress for taking the risk to share an idea and being willing to see it through. Thank you to @nomadskateboarding for always bringing the most contagious enthusiasm and can-do attitude to everything you do. Thank you to @ngreennc or jumping in with both feet and showing up (even while cooking dinner). And thank you to @santanainniss for helping us to believe in ourselves. You all TRULY epitomize the spirit of WordPress. <3
Our next meeting is 16 May, 2023 at 15:00 UTC.