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2008 BlogWorld Conference Schedule Day One Announced

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The long Awaited, much anticipated BlogWorld 2008 schedule is finally here. Below you will see the schedule for Friday September 19th. Stay tuned all week long for more announcements on speakers and sessions.

One thing we have been working particularly hard on this year and are quite proud of is the Citizen Journalism Workshop. As you will see in the schedule below this is a very high level program taught by esteemed journalism professors and an attorney well versed in how laws like libel and copyright infringement apply to new media.

You can learn more about the Citizen Journalism Workshop here.

Without further ado here is your BlogWorld 2008 schedule for Friday September 19th:

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2008
EXECUTIVE & ENTREPRENEUR CONFERENCE
8:45 – 9:45AM – E & E CONFERENCE OPENING KEYNOTE DAVE TAYLOR “On the Precipice: Why Becoming Involved with Social Media Really is Life or Death”?
  ROOM 222  
ENTREPRENEUR TRACK   EXECUTIVE TRACK
10:00AM -11:15AM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
How to Seduce Your Tribe and Create Raving Fans   Corporate Blogging Myths And Reality
Deborah Micek   Debbie Weil
F201   F203
ROOM 227   ROOM 222
11:30AM – 12:45PM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Generating Traffic Through Social Media: 5 Strategies   Micromedia: The Next Big, Small Thing
Don Crowther   Matt Dickman
F301   F303
ROOM 227   ROOM 222
12:45 – 1:45PM – KEYNOTE LUNCHEON
  ROOM 233  
2:00 – 3:15PM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
How to Build Credibility For Your Company In The Social Media World   Finding your New Media Voice: Getting the Right Mix of Tech and Talent
Amra Tareen   Roxanne Darling
F401   F403
ROOM 227   ROOM 222
3:30 – 4:45PM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
How to Hire a Professional Business Blogger   The Internet and the Olympics
Greg Go, Jim Turner    
F501   F503
ROOM 227   ROOM 222
5:00 – 6:00PM – CLOSING KEYNOTE Gary Vaynerchuck Wine Library TV
  ROOM 222  
6:00 – 7:00PM – NETWORKING RECEPTION
  ROOM 233  
   
   
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2008
PARTNER PROGRAMS & WORKSHOPS
CITIZEN JOURNALISM WORKSHOP REAL ESTATE BLOGWORLD (REBW)
10:00AM -11:15AM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Journalism Content & Style: How to Write & Sound Like a Pro Master the Key Points of Web Client Conversion, From Click to Close Video Marketing Tools & Strategies to Help Your Business Go Viral
Professor Stephen Berry Miranna Wagner Mike Price, Daniel Rothemal & Morgan Brown
CJ1 RE101 RE102
ROOM 221 ROOM 219 ROOM 220
11:30AM – 12:45PM – CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Finding What’s Out There: Searching, Sifting & Selecting the Best Information Online Social Networking With Photographs How to Write a Blog that Firmly Establishes Your Expertise
Professor Jay Perkins Teresa Boardman Dan Green
CJ2 RE201 RE202
ROOM 221 ROOM 219 ROOM 220
12:45 – 1:45PM – BREAK
     
2:00 – 3:15PM 2:00 – 2:45PM
Top 10 Ways to Blog Your Way Into a Lawsuit Getting Great Content Out of your Contributors Active Rain VS Word Pres
Nina Yablok Dustin Luther Rich Jacobson and Dave Smith
CJ3 RE301 RE302
ROOM 221 ROOM 219 ROOM 220
3:30 – 4:45PM 3:00 – 3:45PM
Getting Mainstream Media Attention: How to Reach Out to Journalists Creating Referal Networks What to Do When Google Doesn’t Love You
Professor David D. Perlmutter Todd Capenter Kelly Koeller
CJ4 RE401 RE402
ROOM 221 ROOM 219 ROOM 220
  4:00 – 4:45PM
  Getting Traditional Media Exposure Using New Media Tactics How to Bring Your 1.0 Brokerage into a 2.0 World
  Jim Duncan Matt Fagioli, Pat Kitano & Brad Coy
  RE501 RE502
  ROM 219 ROOM 220
  5:00 – 5:45PM
  Using & Abusing the Lastest 2.0 Tools The Pitch
  Jeff Turner Mike Mueller, Jeff Corbett, Morgan Brown, Dan Gree, George Favvas
  RE601 RE602
  Room 219 Room 220

Rick is the CEO & Co-Founder of BlogWorld & New Media Expo. He lives in Canyon Lake with his wife and two dogs Abby and Thor.


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  • Debby Phillips

    I wish I could see the other half of the schedule, it is cut off. The first day looks great from what I can see. It will be here before we know it.

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    nice schedule!looks good

  • Liz

    It seems, looking at this schedule, that this conference is primarily for companies who blog or individuals who want to use their blog for commercial purposes.

    There is not much here for the blogger who writes for creative or personal reasons, for nonprofit blogging or those who blog for their own online communities (fan groups, clubs, shared interest, etc.). Are there any panels on the use of video in blogs?

    I guess it’s all about monetization and not about form or content creation. It looks like a conference for business people, not writers.

  • Rick

    Liz the conference is for both. You may have noticed the title is “schedule day one”. Which is meant to be geared towards businesses who want to engage in social media. The main part of the event is on days two and three. That schedule comes out Monday.

    Or you can take a look at last year’s schedule to get an idea of the topics we covered:

    be sure to scroll down for days 2 and 3.
    http://snurl.com/2m03r

  • Roman

    Generating traffic through social media should be interesting!

  • Lorelle

    The schedule is jammed with so many fabulous choices, how are we ever going to choose! 😀 Great line up. Thank you to all for your incredible hard work.

  • Rick

    Thank you for the kind words Lorelle 8). Very much looking forward to meeting you in Vegas!

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