I doing know about you, but I think I’m finally caught up on sleep after BlogWorld New York! We made some huge announcements this time around, including our name change to New Media Expo, which better reflects our entire audience of not just bloggers, but also podcasters, web TV producers, social media professionals, and more.
So, I guess this was officially the very last BlogWorld! It’s time to start an exciting new chapter in this conference’s life.
People are still buzzing about the New York event, though, so before closing the book on BlogWorld, I wanted to devote this week’s Brilliant Bloggers to our awesome community and what they have to say about the event.
If you don’t see your BlogWorld New York post listed below, please leave a comment and I’ll add it to the list! Also, check out the bonus list of top tweets from the conference!
Brilliant Bloggers Talk About BWENY 2012:
- Amy Schmittauer (@schmittastic): BlogWorld NY 2012 Recap & Interview with Rawporter
- Ashley Zeckman (@azeckman): What Did We Learn? Key Highlights & Buzz: #BWENY From The Perspective of the Audience
- Benny Hsu (@Benny_Hsu): 2012 BlogWorld New York Recap
- Brian Duggan (@ConferenceBites): BlogWorld New York Favorite Quotes and Highlights, part one
- Bob Dunn (@bobwp): 5 Surprising Observations from BlogWorld Expo New York City
- Christine Rochelle: Top 5 Digital Rock Stars You Need to Follow
- David Foster: BlogWorld and New Media Expo Day 1 Recap! (Day Two Recap here)
- David Lee King (@davidleeking): All my Notes from BlogWorld Expo
- Dawn Papandrea (@dawnpapandrea): BlogWorld NYC 2012: The Future of Content
- Drew Bennett (@benspark): The Last BlogWorld Expo
- Father Roderick (@fatherroderick): 10 Things I Learned at Blogworld & New Media Expo
- Gazalla Gaya (@gazalla): Blog World, New York, 2012: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly
- Jason Konopinski (@jasonkonopinski): Taking Action Post-BlogWorld Before The Fizzle
- Jason and Stefanie Parks (@TheMediaCaptain): BlogWorld & New Media Expo Recap
- Jeffrey Powers (@geekazine): 10 Things I Learned from BlogWorld & New Media Expo 2012
- Joanne Tombrakos (@joannetombrakos): What I Learned At BlogWorld 2012
- Keri Jaehnig (@connectyou): All-Stars – Who Would Be On Your BlogWorld 2012 Stardust Honor Roll?
- Leonard Sipes (@LeonardASipesJr): The Future of Video, Web TV, and BlogWorld
- Louisa Claire (@byLouisaClaire): 3 Things You Need To Consider About Blogging
- Matthew Hayles (@midnighthaircut): Digital Digest #79: BlogWorld Field Notes
- Mike Vardy (@mikevardy): Impressions: BlogWorld New York 2012
- Rachel Boschen (@Boschii): #BWENY 2012
- Sheila Scarborough (@SheilaS): NMX BlogWorld New York 2012 wrap-up: press trips, ROI, goofs and serious blogging
BONUS: Some Brilliant Tweets from BWENY 2012:
- Andrea Cook (@andreacook): “Link bait is like a one nightstand.” – @leeodden talks about value of accumulative metrics
- Becky McCray (@BeckyMcCray): “Want to have a pity party? Fine. Have one. The time limit is 5 minutes.” @thenapkindad says
- Christopher Penn (@cspenn): Publishing is a bad business decision. You need to own your content, says
- David Griner (@griner): Per @davefleet: Social media marketing is plagued by “basement punditry” – influential critics w/ no business experience.
- Eric Deckers (@edeckers): @CorbettBarr is inspiring me to stop writing good shit, and start writing EPIC shit! I’m sounding my barbaric YAWP! today.
- Ian Cleary (@ianmcleary): You know when a conference is great when you’re not looking forward to it being over
- Maddie Grant (@maddiegrant): Love the idea of longform on tablets balancing out the speed of the web.
- Paige Worthy (@paigeworthy): I’m going to put it out there RIGHT NOW that not everyone who blogs is a writer.
- Rieneke Schokker ?(@RienekeSchokker): Great session about mobile marketing, amazing what is already out there, exciting to see how we will use our phones in the future
- Stephanie Sammons (@stephsammons): Smartphone is the 1st screen for millions of social networkers
Brilliant Bloggers will return to its regular schedule next week. Check out the past editions, plus our upcoming schedule so you can submit your links every other week.