Do you screencast or make video tutorials of how to use WordPress? wants you! is a great place to go to catch up on your favorite WordCampWordCamp WordCamps are casual, locally-organized conferences covering everything related to WordPress. They're one of the places where the WordPress community comes together to teach one another what they’ve learned throughout the year and share the joy. Learn more. sessions, or perhaps virtually attend a Camp you could not make in person. These videos are a great way to up your game and learn about WordPress, especially if you are an aspiring developer, or established user.

However, for new users to WordPress, one thing we don’t have on is videos of how to do things directly in the dashboard of their site. These are more “just getting started” kinds of videos, centered around common tasks or goals, such as:

  • How to configure widgets
  • Setting up a custom menu
  • Managing comments
  • How to insert an image gallery

These kinds of videos would do a lot to help teach WordPress to a new generation of users, and are just the kind of videos we want to host on! How do we get there? That’s where you come in… 🙂

Submit your WordPress screencasts and video tutorials to!

Are you a proud member of the WordPress community, who creates (or would like to create) videos that are focused on helping others learn how to use WordPress? If you answered “yes” then we would love your help in submitting your videos to, so we can share them with the world in our “how to” section here:

Ready to go? You can use this handy upload form to send your video for review:

What makes a good screencast or video tutorial?

We find that the following guidelines are all important to keep in mind when creating effective training videos for others to learn from:

  • Shorter videos are better – 3 minutes or less is a good guideline.
  • Focus on a single topic or task for your videos
  • Clear audio – Make sure your voice is easy to hear and understand
  • Focus on the browser window
  • No self-promotion or logos in the video

That last bit bears some explaining. While we want you to be able to benefit from your work, is a non-commercial community-run website; we can’t accept videos with watermarks, logos, or self-promotion of any kind. We do have a place for you to enter your The community site where WordPress code is created and shared by the users. This is where you can download the source code for WordPress core, plugins and themes as well as the central location for community conversations and organization. profile name as a producer credit, so you will get noticed!

Here is an example of an existing (slightly out of date) screencast that meets all the above guidelines:

So why not share the love, and help train a new generation the joys of using WordPress. Good karma (and a free copy of WordPress) will be your reward for helping out! Thanks!

– Your Community Moderators (aka “The Mod Squad”)

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