WordPress events are invaluable to the success of WordPress and its community. They’re educational, inspiring, and provide attendees an opportunity to have meaningful face-to-face conversations with like-minded individuals. Despite the relative affordability of tickets, there are several other costs to consider when attending a WordCamp — travel and accommodations being two of the most notable costs. WordCrash.net is a new service that helps cut the costs of attending a WordCamp and build relationships with others in the WordPress community by allowing “traveling WordPressers to view a list of friendly folks across the globe who are willing to offer free accommodations and start a conversation with any of them about visiting their town.” To learn more, I interviewed co-founder of WordCrash.net, Kyle Maurer. Torque: Can you talk a little about what you do and about what inspired to create WordCrash.net? KM: Absolutely and thanks for asking! I am the co-founder of a company called Real Big Marketing and we build a lot of WordPress sites and custom plugins for clients. I’m also a co-organizer of the Jackson, Michigan WordPress meetup and WordCamp Ann Arbor. I love traveling to and speaking
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