Happy New Year’s Eve!


We at BlogWorld would like to wish all of you a happy and healthy New Year. Thanks for giving us some of your valuable time, input, ideas, and comments throughout the past year. We have a wealth of items in the works for 2011, so stay tuned for news on upcoming BlogWorld events and new … [Read more]

How to Turn Twitter into a Feed Reader

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I hate feed readers. Always have. Frankly, I just don’t have time to read every single post by every single blogger I like, not even close, so I only log into my feed reader once every day or two. Because I follow so many people, that means that every time I log in, my feed … [Read more]

BlogWorld’s Top Posts of 2010


The BlogWorld blog truly came into it’s own in 2010. We always had good content (if I do say so myself) but we’re showing incredible growth now thanks to our new Editor in Chief, Nikki Katz, plus our blogger extraordinaire Alli Boyer and many amazing guest bloggers. Now, many of you have been reading this … [Read more]

What Businesses and Bloggers can Learn from Mayor’s Use of Social Media

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Want to see a great use of social media? Check out Cory Booker, who is the major of Newark, New Jersey. While other cities in the east were crippled by snow this weekend, he took to Twitter for a unique approach to snow response. Using social media, he was able to reach out to the … [Read more]

Overheard on #Blogchat: Domain Ownership (@bworthey)

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Do you participate in #blogchat? Every week, this weekly discussion on Twitter focuses on a specific topic and bloggers everywhere are invited to join in. Because I often have more to say than what will fit in 140 characters, every Sunday night (or Monday morning), I post about some of the most interesting #blogchat tweets. … [Read more]

BlogWorld & Social Media Examiner Present the Blogging Success Summit

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The most trusted names in online and offline conferences have partnered up to present the most important blogging event of 2011. BlogWorld & New Media Expo and Social Media Examiner are proud to present the Blogging Success Summit. Before we get into discounts and dates, let’s talk about why you want to attend. Perhaps you’ve … [Read more]

And a Partridge in a Pear Tree

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A partridge. A pear tree. These two seemingly random items have become as synonymous with the holidays as Christmas trees and Santa. Well almost. Nothing beats Santa. I decided to do a little research to find out exactly why these gifts were chosen, since they don’t exactly scream romance. What I’ve found is that there … [Read more]

12 Days of Blogging 2010: 2 Ethics Debates


In blogging and new media, not everything is black or white. That’s partially because the industry is still brand new so we don’t have the kinks worked out yet…and partially because life is shades of gray, my friends. It always will be. Today, for the 12 Days of Blogging, I wanted to highlight two important … [Read more]

Blogs Make Better Dads


… by Brad Powell Blogs make me a better Dad. I’m not kidding. Reading and writing about the journey of fatherhood helps me be more thoughtful about the ride. It’s much like a family dinner at the end of a long day of vacation. It’s a time to discover and process what’s important. The entire … [Read more]

The Importance of Filling Out Your BlogWorld Survey


If you attended BlogWorld ’10, you probably received a survey in your in box this week. This survey is asking some general questions about what you thought about the event, your likes and dislikes, and general overall experience. In the next few weeks, we’re also going to be sending out surveys for individual sessions you … [Read more]